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Writing I've Done for You
Writing I've done for clients is on my Portfolio page.
- Avoid the Pitfalls of Do-It-Yourself Writing: Hire a Professional Writer
- Cornell Notes: How I use them for business (and grocery lists)
- Craft a better Email Signature
- The Pesky Apostrophe
- Copyright without worry
Web resources you can rely on. I do.
- I bookmarked Dr. Grammar's FAQ because I still get confused by lie and lay.
- Amusing but accurate cartoon to guide you in Correct Use of Apostrophes.
- The Phrontistery ain't pretty, but it's the most complete phrontistery you'll ever encounter. The glossaries alone are worth the visit.
I still love a good book!
- The Chicago Manual of Style, although focused on printed publications, is chock full of usefulness. And they're helpful online, too.
- I turn to Microsoft's Manual of Style for Technical Publications when it comes to technical writing.
- Marilyn Paul's It's Hard to Make a Difference When You Can't Find Your Car Keys is by far my favorite book on organization and productivity. Highest recommendation!
Helpful resources for productive and creative—on and off the computer.
- Lifehacker not only keeps me up-to-date on technology, it helped me learn how to peel a hard-boiled egg.
- Zenhabits, Leo Babauta's blog, helps me smile, breathe and go slowly.
- Michael Hyatt's blog about intentional leadership offers outstanding advise and insight.
- The Artist Rolls, podcasts on which artists creatively discuss their creative process. (The creative producer is my own little bro, Jamie.)