When Are You Done Editing? A 5-Point Blueprint for (Recovering) Perfectionists

When Are You Done Editing? A 5-Point Blueprint for (Recovering) Perfectionists

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  1. You definitely have it right with starting with high level edits and working your way down to the smaller adjustments. Writing is not like talking. There is a process that you need to follow and editing is crucial. A good first draft is only that, a draft. The edit or edits is when you really have to go to work. I agree with Hammad, that we should all be using some type of editing software. My pick is Pro Writing Aid for copywriting and AutoCrit for creative writing.

  2. I use grammarly most of the time, but when I’m done proofreading once or twice, I pick out more errors (even after using grammarly). And thanks for this superb post, perfect copies breed excellence.

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