Grammarians argue the Oxford comma. I say it’s a YES! It avoids confusion, eliminates ambiguity, and indicates clearly the groupings within the list. (Notice the Oxford comma in that previous sentence!)
Monthly Archives: October 2010
Just because something is free doesn’t mean you need to take it or keep it. If someone is getting rid of household items, it means they didn’t need it–why would you? Keep your life simple by only obtaining “things” that are essential. Borrow the rest!
When preparing for a phone interview, have your answers to common interview questions in bullet point form as well as company web pages printed for easy access to information. Side benefit: the more you prepare, the less you’ll have to glance at your notes!