Believe it or not it's the third first Wednesday of the year already! I'm trying not to blink because I'm sure if I do, it will be summer. My apologies to those of you snowed in on the east coast, longing for summer, but for me, I just want the year to SLOW DOWN.
A HUGE thank you to the incredible IWSG team and our March hosts, Chemist Ken, Suzanne Sapseed, and Shannon Lawrence. You can learn more aobut IWSG, or join in the IWSG fun, here.
This month I'm fretting over the small stuff. I know you're not supposed to sweat the small stuff, but we all do. By small stuff, I mean grammar. Is it a colon or semi-colon? Dash or em-dash? Oxford comma or not? I have read a plethora of books on this matter, consulted with my court reporter friends, who continually argue among themselves. This makes me worry more for if they, who make a living with grammar, can't agree, how am I supposed to figure this all out?
Since I don't think I'll ever have all the answers on this matter, I will continue to defer to the professionals, and live by rule #17 of the small stuff guide...
How are your insecurities this month?Are you sweating the small stuff? Choosing to be kind? Do you have a favorite quote from Richard Carlson's Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff?