I began clicking on articles about end-of-life questions and elder care several years ago. Sometimes I read them right away, and sometimes they sit in my browser tabs for a few weeks before I have the capacity to read and reflect on them.
Most of us will grow old, and we all will die. These are just facts. Yet these bare facts lead to a seemingly infinite cascade of complicated questions.
Today I visited Wikipedia’s featured articles page, which explained how these articles are judged to be some of the best Wikipedia has to offer, and are used by editors as writing examples. This demonstrates not only that styles and goals differ, but also how multiple passes can provide additional insights on ways to improve or streamline content. Today’s editing exercise comes from...
I often catch myself mentally editing things as I read: overlong sentences, convoluted paragraphs, disorganized ideas, etc. As a creative exercise, I will periodically present here some piece of short content along with my suggested changes. This gives me a chance to flex my editing muscles while also showing possibilities.
Criminy, it’s August again! Weird how that seems to come around regularly, amiright?
Hello, world! No more planning and procrastinating. It’s time for me to wake up and tickle the qwertys.