As writers, we are so used to this type of cataloging. But I’m here to say that it’s time to drop that label.
This one breaks down why correcting someone who says, “I’m good,” when asked how they are is completely incorrect — both from a grammarian standpoint, and from a human standpoint. Because — really — even if saying “I’m good,” was grammatically incorrect, is it necessary to interrupt a person’s conversation to correct them?
Y’know, with the stuff, and the trends, and the things?
Well, do you?
“Every morning, I have my cup of tea. And that tea is my yoga.”
Let’s be real: there is a lot of overlap between classroom management and office management.
Travel is in my blood. But it doesn’t give me meaning.
What makes a person a Bostonian? What is needed to say that you are a part of this city?
Reality is never what you imagined it would be. Sometimes it’s better. Sometimes it’s worse. And sometimes it’s just different.
Now, do not get me wrong: this show got silly in its last few seasons.