This is a note for me to keep reminded over those things,
as I am sure that I did a lot of the must-not-do things there.
1. Excise “at the end of the day…”
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How many times have you seen this phrase, “at the end of the day,” used to introduce a summary, or preface an important point, often with resignation? “at the end of the day” is a classic example of “throat clearing,” where a writer uses a phrase to work up to their main point. The phrase has been so overused in speech and in print it’s become a cliché. In the spirit of “omitting needless words,” excise “at the end…
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