On August 4, 2012, my definition of family changed. Newly married, my family became me, my husband and one particularly ornery cat. We worked to re-establish our daily routines as we learned each other’s habits and quirks. Our staggered steps turned into a beautiful dance and eventually I couldn’t remember what life was like before … Continue reading Parenthood: Adjusting to the Ever-Changing “New Normal”
No matter how many hours a day I spend writing and editing my work or the work of my clients', I'm not immune to the common (and very embarrassing) grammar mistakes that I know I've learned countless times. I admit that I still turn to Google for a quick grammar recap on effect vs affect … Continue reading Most Common Grammar Mistakes: Are you sure I learned this before?
There are some things that can and will never be taught in the classroom. Maybe it’s because those topics are seen as too radical or have been flagged as a lawsuit risk, but truly these are the missing pieces of wisdom that leave many college grads as an incomplete puzzle with still much to figure … Continue reading What I wish My College Professors Would Have Taught Me: Group projects can be completed alone.