I've missed posting my weekly writing tips over on Instagram, so I thought I'd post some of my go-to resources that I use when I have a question or want to double-check a grammar rule.
Grammarly's blog is super helpful. Their content is easy to scan and gives you at least one example of the rule or grammar standard. They also have an option that allows you to check your documents, emails, etcs. So if grammar isn't your thing, check it out!
You can use the online version (which is what I do) or purchase a paper copy if that's more your jam. The examples that this book gives are the reason it made my top three list. Even if you understand a punctuation or grammar rule, seeing numerous examples can really help lock it into place.
3. Grammar Girl @ Quick and Dirty Tips
This resource is just like it sounds - an easy-to-read website for all your grammar questions. (Plus, Mignon Fogarty is funny, and it shows throughout her examples and explanations.)
Even pros have questions. Don't be afraid to Google when you aren't certain. As a grammar-loving girl, I love when people want to know the right way to use words and punctuation. Any questions? Send me an email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you have one grammar or punctuation rule you always struggle with? Share it below.