This story originally appeared on Help Scout "As for how to write well,” writes Paul Graham, “here’s the short version: Write a bad version 1 as fast as you can; rewrite it over and over; cut out everything
I deal with an issue known as "writer's block." It is real, I promise. If you have been writing for any length of time, you know what I am talking about. What I discovered through my experience is that
How many of these do you get wrong? Using the right word can matter. Using the wrong word can matter even more. I once lost a potential writing gig because I used "who" instead of "whom" in a proposal
People judge you by your writing, so getting a word wrong can make you look bad. Be sure to avoid these common writing errors in your next email: Affect/Effect: Affect is a verb; effect is a noun. It him.
Photograph: PR Ted Dawe: kids are using these words all the time. 276 image/jpeg http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2015/9/29/1443527340717/502079a8-58c5-4906-88a6-f9327aa5488c-460x276.jpeg
Mental health is no light-hearted subject. Severe depression, anxiety, PTSD and suicidal tendencies have become a worldwide epidemic. And our nation is not immune: Suicide is the 10th leading cause of