We’re coming up to the busiest and most romantic time of the year here in the northern hemisphere … the wedding season. If you will be giving a speech at a wedding this year you’ll find this handy guide very helpful … 12 articles packed with tips and inspiration for you. And in addition to the traditional speech-making roles we have some ideas for other family members and friends who want to get up and “say a few words.” Enjoy!
In honour of (USA) National Grammar Day tomorrow (March 4th, 2017) let’s celebrate with the pick of my entire collection of hilariously wrong quotes from that newspaper we all love to hate. (Who said the Grammar Police don’t have a sense of humor?)
**Bling: Kim posted this image of the £3.5m ring that was stolen on Instagram before the robbery. I thought the ring was stolen during the robbery – anyway, you were lucky to catch it all on Instagram. [Read more…]
There’s no doubt that divorce is another of life’s dramas that are extremely stressful. But it isn’t always a personal tragedy for the people concerned. In fact for one party, anyway, it can be a blessed relief along with all the mid-slinging, guilt, arguments, despair and heartache.
What to write if you know the whole divorce story
This may seem easy to handle but be careful. There are a number of tripwires to be wary of here when you’re writing to either of the parties concerned: [Read more…]
With more than 1,200 articles and tutorials on writing here on #HTWB, you may start finding a bit tricky to find what you need. So FYI, here is a breakdown of the most popular categories and specifically how they can help you with your writing.
Below all that, you’ll find a selection of the most popular articles with links to them directly. But in the meantime, here are …
Our most popular categories here on #HTWB
Only a few years ago, if you wanted to be “posh” in England, you needed more than just a cut-glass accent: you needed (and still do need) to know Snobbish … the secret language that tells people you really are from the “top drawer.” [Read more…]
Of course you know how you feel. But do you know how to write it down?
In many countries this is the time of year when we exchange Holiday wishes; we catch up on news with old friends and family who live far away; we thank such friends and family for their thoughts, their kindness, their hospitality, their gifts and more.