I don’t know about you, but I’m always using big words. Mostly because I like the sound of them. And I kind of like to impress myself. Hopefully others are impressed too, but it doesn’t matter, because Me is always a fan of Me.
But this has gotten me into trouble from time to time, especially when I use big words WRONG.
Especially fun to find out you’ve done this in a college thesis presentation or a big work discussion.
So I thought I’d hop on over to The Write Practice and talk about how to, you know, not do this to yourself. Thesis defenses + work chats are about to get so much better.
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Sarah has a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University and has worked as a professional writer for the last six years. When she’s not writing at a feverish rate, she can be found creating online courses teaching copywriting, entrepreneurship and audience-building. She is also certified as a Specialist in Fitness Nutrition and possesses a master’s-level teaching degree, and spends more time than healthy reading YA fantasy.