Let’s face it, creativity is pretty limited when the only words a mom responds to are “no,” “mine,” and “I do it.” When I started writing a blog, it felt like I was sifting through cobwebs in my brain to get to words that were longer than seven letters. So how can a woman re-learn to create complete sentences with multi-syllabic words? Using the following three principles mothers can prevent atrophy of their word-smithing skills and recover writing abilities that have been lost from disuse.
1. Great Expectations (1947) Book: Great Expectations by Charles Dickens Rotten Tomatoes: 100% Fresh This film adaptation of the literary classic immediately became the standard for Dickens adaptations. However, none have really been able to live up to the power of this version. The use of black… MORE →
Post written by Hadiyah Dache Ah, the old that vs. which debate. It’s such a common and frustrating grammar rule. But don’t fret! Read on to find our quick and easy tips on how to properly use that and which. Restrictive Clause vs. Non-restrictive Clause That’s right,… MORE →
Merriam-Webster defines grammar quite simply as the set of rules explaining how we use words in the English language. And as language itself has evolved over time, so have the rules of grammar. Given the speed with which written communication has adapted to life in the Internet… MORE →
Flaunt means to parade, display with ostentation; to show off, as with flashy clothing: He flaunted his wealth by wearing a giant, expensive fur coat. I’m happy you got a promotion at work, but you don’t need to flaunt your success by handing out your new business… MORE →