Please excuse the spelling and handwriting
So say many of my clients. I really don’t mind some dodgy spelling though, in fact, I welcome it and this is the reason why.
Bad spelling is often a sign of a creative mind
Our minds work in odd ways and it seems that people who are very visual find the words on a page thing a bit of a puzzle. They also find the English language very odd. Two too and to or there and
I wouldn’t want you to judge my drawing or painting
I know a lot of people with a talent that astounds me. They draw, paint, make things and have endless ideas. I really wouldn’t want them to judge (or even see) my drawings. I can make it as far as stick men but that’s about as far as it goes. We all have different things we find easy so we shouldn’t look down on others who find these things hard.
Its My Job, Not Yours
My job is to produce a well presented document which has accurate spelling and grammar. I expect you to get lost in your work and keep your creative flow.
My Tip To You
Always spell a word as it sounds. It may not be correctly
You can also use a programme on your pc such as Grammarly.com which automatically highlights any spelling or grammatical mistakes and helps you fix them.
Is Spelling Important?
Yes and no. Spelling helps people understand us. When writing for ourselves and people who know and understand us already it’s not important. If we need to fill in a form, or make an impression on someone we don’t know, it’s more important to get it right. In that
I work for creative people, who prefer visual things to the written word, people with lots of ideas and not a lot of time. If I can help you