As a freelance writer, editor and translator, I'm usually asked to edit text. But occasionally, I'm asked to "proofread" it. But whenever I get this request, I insist on seeing a copy of the text, so I can gauge if the text requires editing or proofreading. Quite frankly, most people don't know the difference between the two and I don't blame them. I mean, unless you're in the publishing business, you rarely have to go through the process of editing, proof reading, copyediting and so on. So what's the difference? I found a great online article by Upwork that explains just that :) Hope this helps!
Friday, August 21, 2015
Monday, August 17, 2015
Hi guys, I've had a crazy few weeks, how've you been? Good I hope! Here's a short post on 3 more Daiso buys that I absolutely love!
It's this green oven-proof ramekin, green heat-resistant silicone mat and white rice scoop.
See, the rice scoop stands up - Love this feature! The silicone mat helps protect my wood table and these ramekins are the perfect size for serving small portions. May I also add, all of these are of excellent quality. Yaay Daiso!
PS: I am not very impressed with Daiso's ice trays & flat mops... two of each have broken on me over a short period of use - not good!
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