Showing posts tagged with "Writing"

One Less Grammatical Error with Grammarly

Dec 21, 2016

The hardest part of writing is the editing. You have to reread every sentence you wrote, fix the grammatical errors you made, and rearrange or trim the phrases so the readers can have an easier time understanding your message. Picking a proper tool can accelerate the pace of the editing stage.

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Write a Journal Entry Every Day

Jul 07, 2016

I want to make journaling a daily habit. I write a journal entry occasionally, but to show up and write down what you experience every day is a major challenge to people who are new to journaling. What if I run out of ideas to write?

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How I Use iA Writer Pro Syntax Control

Oct 08, 2014

One new habit I’ve nurtured after using iA Writer Pro is spending more effort to edit a finished piece of writing. It’s challenging for writers to view their crafts from different perspective since they’re familiar with their own works, but iA Writer Pro helps me to become a better editor with Syntax Control.

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Terminology for Mac

Aug 29, 2014 | Updated: Aug 11, 2016

Terminology is an indispensable tool for writers. It’s a dictionary, a thesaurus, a reference tool. Unfortunately, Terminology is only available for iPhone and iPad. There is no Mac version yet, but we can build one by ourselves.

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Keep Writing

Feb 13, 2014

If you’re read my tutorial on how to sync Writer Pro to Dropbox and iCloud, you probably know that my writing flow are divided into four stages. I can’t say the Writer Pro has helped me to become a better writer, however, it has helped to stay more focused by clearly defining the writing stage.

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Prevent Typographic Orphan in Post Title

Sep 10, 2013

I’ve been reading Butterick’s Practical Typography this past week. It’s a book detailing how typography can be applied to make our writing every day more useful for our intended audience.

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