Note to Self

Be sure to proofread to a higher quality from now on. Whenever I read some of my older posts, the spelling and grammar errors there make me cringe. At the same time, being a great writer and a good editor aren’t the same thing. Writers are like drivers, where editors are like mechanics. Accidents happen since we are all only human, but auto accidents are also much more fatal than spelling errors (duh). Since there are bigger problems in my life, I think will cut myself a little slack for my laziness on proofreading.



  1. cure anxiety attacks · October 14, 2014

    Hmm it seems like your website ate my first comment (it was super long) so I guess I’ll just
    sum it up what I submitted and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog.
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    • kevinthemusicguy · October 22, 2014

      Thank you, my best advice is to treat the blog like a journal of your thoughts for everyone to see. Follow and share other bloggers works that you enjoy, and if someone gives you a guest post to grow your audience always thank them. Blogging is a community, not a race to see who’s best. One more thing that you can learn from this post, always proofread your stuff correctly. If you have a friend who can edit your stuff, then that’s even better. If you don’t have someone who can edit your stuff, draft it and wait for an hour and look it over while reading it aloud. Good luck with your blogging endeavors!

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