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From homework to the gym, there are about a million and one things to put off in a day - and a good chunk of us are avoiding them consistently. We’ve dug around to examine why we procrastinate, and how best to get back on track.
Adverbs, Seriously? Poynter: “He Wrote Thoughtfully: Re-Examining the Adverb” Poynter’s longtime writing coach Chip Scanlan once noted a few key writing tips on the downside of adverbs: “Adverbs are crashers in the syntax house party. More often than not, they should be deleted when they sneak in the back door.” – Constance Hale in “Sin and Syntax: How to Craft Wickedly Effective Prose” (Broadway Books, 1999)