Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Writing tips

Here's a tip for writing: make sure you proofread your work and jettison any words that are out of place. For example, the word of in the first sentence above. You should also jettison the comma that immediately follows visit. From "Be tourists in your own Valentine city" in 24 hours Vancouver on February 8, 2011.


Dan.Eliot said...

If you’ve been unemployed for a while, you probably know how mind-numbing unemployment can be. Instead of just waiting around for the “perfect” job opportunity, you should just take a job that will get you by. A flexible part-time job means that you have the opportunity to check out new full-time jobs as they come up, but it also means you have something to stay busy and pay the bills. Delivering pizzas, mowing lawns, or walking dogs – none of these is beneath you. As long as you’re working to put food on the table and a roof overhead, you can be proud of your accomplishments.

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Anonymous said...

My work experience may be in a mish-mash of fields, but there is a relevant thread. By dividing it into "Media", "Management" and "Related" a future employer can easily skim resume example what I've done and what I'm capable of doing. It's chronological, but by area.