This one’s for you, Frank.
It happens to the best of us. You meant to skip just one week of blogging for one reason or another. Then another week goes by. And then another, until the only way you can remember when you blogged last is by looking at the time stamp on your last blog post.
You have a decision to make: should you embark on a New Year’s resolution this year or sit this one out?
Ah, the early 2000s. The dawn of the new millennium brought us trends like peasant tops and cargo pants, emo rock and boy bands, TRL and AIM, and cell phones that were basically just phones.
Even the good old days can make us cringe.
What was also a big deal in the early 2000s was MySpace. Or Myspace. Or myspace. Even the company hasn’t been consistent over the years.
Let’s go with Myspace from here on out. If you keep reading, you’ll see why.
Yes, I wrote an entire blog post about how to use a question mark and it wasn’t a waste of my time. Because, in truth, we all are afraid to ask our friends and peers how to add a question mark correctly to a specific question when sentence structure and formatting come into play.
Don’t be shy. It’s okay to keep reading.