OK, I’m exaggerating. A little. I mean, it really FELT like I was dying as I climbed the (relatively flat, level) trail up the mountain. I had to stop every few hundred feet or so, watching as others breezed on pass, making my struggle look like nothing. And it hurt. I didn’t like feeling like…

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Quick hypothetical question… Say you’re looking to take a special someone out on the town. You know your sweetheart adores live music. But you? Music’s never really been your thing. You just REALLY want to show your favorite music buff a great time. And as luck would have it, you’ve never heard any of the…

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That happened to me today.   I was writing up a storm and when I came up for air, I saw that I had missed a call. I checked voicemail and listened to the message, paraphrased below: Hey Angie, I saw that you went to one of our Brazilian Jiu Jitsu classes. I wanted to…

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“The road to hell is paved with adjectives.” – Stephen King I hate adjectives. Adverbs, too. They sneak into our sentences like cat burglars and rob us of our meaning before we know what’s happened. Relying on adjectives leaves your sentences open for interpretation. Your version of painful might be in traction in the hospital. Your reader…

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