I saw her at a friend’s house, I loved what she could do, and then I came home and ordered my own Alexa, and I’m in love. It is like having another person in the house. She has a sense of humour, she can play games, she can answer questions. And she does it all … Continue reading Let Alexa be Your Office Assistant
One space or two? Spoiler alert: It’s one Just because you’ve always done someone one particular way, doesn’t mean you should continue to do it that way. Especially when everyone is telling you it’s now the wrong way. In several of my training programs, there is a module about keeping your skills up-to-date, and it … Continue reading Are Your Writing Skills Up To Date?
Times change. Hairstyles change, music changes, cars change, and even language changes. Business writing changes, too. You may have learned how to do business writing a certain way, but that doesn’t mean it’s still the correct way, today. Some of the changes I like, some not as much, but we still need to keep up … Continue reading Business Writing Update
According to the Weekly Influence reports both Canada and the United States are at peak levels of a particularly bad flu season. We know that the flu shot is not the magic bullet to preventing the flu and it is up to us to take care of ourselves to ensure we remain healthy. Do you … Continue reading Avoiding the flu doesn’t have to be difficult
When I was in high school our English papers were graded harshly. If we used an extra comma or the wrong punctuation, we would lose one mark for each occurrence. I learned very quickly to pay attention to my writing and to ensure I didn’t use too many commas. Times have changed, and it seems … Continue reading To comma, or not to comma?