Or … how to deal with longterm projects and avoid the temptation to Google “the top ten biscuits of 1974”.
I was at a political meeting. This constitutes a kind of date night for me and my husband. I got talking to an interesting older couple. The woman was a retired teacher. The man was an ex-fireman. They both told me some stories about their working lives. Both incredibly important jobs, and scary in their own ways. Continue reading “Refusing to be bored”
A first for me: an editing conference. The SfEP Scottish Mini Conference, held in Edinburgh. Slickly organised by Lesley Ellen of the Edinburgh branch. Continue reading “SfEP Scottish Mini Conference”
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Joining the SfEP is an opportunity for in-house editors to have their assumptions challenged and to pierce some zombie rules right in the head
Historically, I haven’t been a joiner – though I was in Dennis the Menace’s Fan Club; and Desperate Dan’s. I refused to join the Brownies – I like to claim that it was for political reasons.
Two years ago, I joined the Society for Editors and Proofreaders (SfEP). This has been the best idea I’ve had in ages. Better even than my salted caramel and banana macaron.
Continue reading “Joining In”