I can write almost all day every day and not skip a beat doing it. I never run out of the things to say. Almost everything around me sparks a blog post. I do declare if I had more hours in the day where I didn’t get interrupted, I’d have so many blog posts for you all to read that you’d be able to stay here for days on end. I honestly and truly believe with all of my being that I’d provide you things that you’d want to sit and read all the time. Right now, though I share what little bit of tidbits, I can here and there in my little scraps of uninterrupted time I get each day.
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For as much as I don’t lack inspiration in things to write and talk about, I do lack the ability to sit here and say that I’m a Grammar Queen. I make many grammar mistakes here and there. I have started using the Grammarly program per the suggestion of one of my blog tribe mates, Ms. Carolann from SassyTownhouseLiving.com. I have fallen deeply in love with this program. It has made my life a lot easier in many ways.
Since I’ve gotten it, I have used it across the board on almost all of the things I do each day. It follows me all across the web thanks to their lovely Chrome extension they have. I don’t end up looking like an utter fool when I’m talking on Facebook, Twitter, or sending off an email to professional representatives. I can even use it on my desktop provided I’m still hooked up to the Internet on both Microsoft Word and Outlook.
It’s even helped Jimmy with his school work because, in our family, I’m considered the editing queen. However, if you look at my results on Grammarly, that’s not the case in the REAL world. I use it to help me teach Jimmy the proper way to write things. In a sense, we are both learning how to write thanks to Grammarly. Since we are signed up for the newsletters, we also receive many other tips and tricks to help us grow our writing abilities.
I’ve created this little video for you to see how it works and all the features of the premium edition of Grammarly. I TRIED to answer all the questions you could have concerning the program. If I missed any though, please feel free to ask them in the comments.
I do highly recommend this editing software system. Grammarly has become my grammar editing savior. I am addicted to having it available to help me out. Granted, I’m noticing my errors are becoming less and less the more I use it, but it’s a nice sidekick for a writer like myself.
What is your favorite editing software? Can it beat Grammarly? If so, how?