Writing as A Dyslexic
For me the best and funny part about “Writing” before I knew I was terrible at grammar was that, by the time I realized I was crappy I was already too far gone to stop.
We are in it together, the struggle of a dyslexic is the basic things that you take for granted; left/right, horizontal vertical, rows/columns. I struggle with directional words like; where/were, their/there, its/it’s etc and knowing when to put in commas, hyphens, period, b/d, lower case and uppercase and so many other things that are easy for everybody else.
You have a gift to share, we are stealing if we keep our writing, our gifts and talent to ourselves.
FYI: You get better at it, the more you write. Remember that this particular limitation/disability can be changed with learning and re-training ourselves.
Now, I know why I was always in Ms. James house our Phenomenal English Teacher at AGGS, well, apart from back-breaking labor (hahahaha) I guess it was for English and Grammar tutoring.
Sincerely In Joy,
Encouragement from an optimistic single mom.
Life changed for me in 2008, and since then it has been an adventure.
I have learnt to love the road I am on, and smell the roses while driving on it too.
I believe that standards of living can change without a moment’s notice, affecting our old way of life.
That Passion can die, and be reignited again.
I found my passion and It’s writing and the story behind it.
I’m super passionate about hospitality, leadership and finance.
I am a single mom of boys who wants to change the world through a smile and genuine service.
I own up to the fact that I make an awesome follower.
I encourage and I inspire. I write, I blog, sometimes – I lead well, and sometimes I follow badly. But the important thing is to get started.
I recently met Simon Sinek, the Start with Why Guy and and so continue to inspire the world.
Email me for a free 20 minute chat or to help you on your way to your Why.
from my heart, xoxoxo