Grammarly dutifully sends me a writing update each week. And sometimes they want to know why I’m not writing. I feel the pressure to write each time – Grammarly’s guilt-trip is working.
This week they gleefully announced that I’m using a new tone! Actually, to be accurate, 3 new tones: confident, friendly and optimistic. I’m friendly, confident and optimistic all the time – for some reason Grammarly has lost my writing history over December. Or it’s disconnected itself from my profile again.
Of course, I was also 91% more productive, 80% more accurate and used 93% more unique words than other Grammarly users.
The top 3 mistakes: - Missing comma in a compound sentence. - Missing period. - Missing closing punctuation.
On the blogging front, I posted 5 times last week.
And I started reading Barak Obama’s A Promised Land, that I’m enjoying a great deal.
I’m still trying to get to grips with the new AIOSEO (All In One SEO) – I love it that now I can get an SEO score for each of my posts: this one is 89%. (I’m competing against myself, aiming to beat each new score!)
Have you read my load shedding complaint post? And do you know that a bug is eating my spinach leaves?