We’ll look back at 2020 and decide that it was a year that changed a lot of things for a lot of people. Inspired by some of my fellow editors, here’s a review of my year.
When I’m editing or proofreading, I’ll use a variety of tools and reference materials in order to get things right. Along with spelling, one of the biggest things to watch for is hyphenation, closing up or opening up of words.
As a child, I used to love reading about the day in the life of different professions. Those books were great and gave you a real insight, albeit in a child friendly way, about those professions.
Do you remember when this was a novelty?
It has been announced that shops are to begin to reopen. Here’s my post-lockdown shopping list.
I hope to celebrate in six months. But who knows how I will be doing it!
Mess is king! Lockdown is a good time for tidying up and rediscovering those half finished stories – but to tidy up, you have to have mess to start with!
I’ll be starting with the barber. I’m not brave enough to do it myself but I feel I’m only days from butchery rather than barbering!
A list of things in my desk drawers I no longer need but hope to be using soon.
So, instead of a long ride to mark restrictions easing, I have decided to change the post’s image. A slow, creep through a crack in the door. We’re getting there. Slowly. We’re getting there.