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Don’t Let a Typo Stop You from Love – Grammarly

Eighteen years ago, I was chatting with this man I had never met on AOL Instant Message. We lived in the same city and had started chatting through AIM one afternoon. Keep in mind this is something I had never done before, but something led me to say “Hello” back. We are closing in on…
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Halloween Literary Character Quiz

In celebration of Halloween, I’m sharing this fun Halloween quiz created by Grammarly. I’m sorry if the picture below creeps you out. It does me too! But, this is who I got after taking the quiz. Since I am such a scaredy cat, I can honestly tell you that I haven’t read a single one…
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World Teachers’ Day with Grammarly

The most important person in a child’s life besides a parent/grandparent/guardian is a teacher. Teachers spend the majority of the day with your child. Teachers are introducing concepts to your child beyond reading and math, like social skills, time management, and hard work. Those skills are just as important as anything they will learn in…
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Celebrating International Literacy Day with Grammarly

International Literacy Day was recognized this week. Literacy is a basic human need in my opinion. Being able to read, write and comprehend is crucial to nearly everything we do. Not knowing how to read will greatly diminish your quality of life in many ways. In our world, there are so many children who don’t…
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A Fun Father’s Day Quiz from Grammarly

Take this fun Father’s Day quiz and check your grammar. Click on the correct answer below each photo. The correct answer will appear in the photo. How good is your grammar? I got 7 out of 7. How did you do??? This quiz is brought to you by Grammarly – https://www.grammarly.com/grammar-check
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How to Manage Your Home Without Losing Your Mind: Dealing with Your House's Dirty Little Secrets
Granted
Hello Mornings: How to Build a Grace-Filled, Life-Giving Morning Routine
Just Between Us


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