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Email Critique: Six Things You Should Know

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We've had a tough couple of years while here in Indiana and my time here has suffered in the transition.  This included the year we inadvertently subscribed to the Catastrophe of the Month Club and this past year and a half where my husband was a casualty of the "Over Qualified" job hunting variety. Due to the fact that I only have two hands and fading brain foggery has set in, I took a month or two (I can't remember...or count) hiatus from my blogs. I'm reinstating them post haste, but at a slower interval.  Having to keep up with three blogs, three Facebook fan pages, a teenager who is in his final years of homeschooling, and my ever increasing owies, has given me pause to consider a more realistic approach.  Instead of writing three blogs every week, I'm going to write each blog once a month (on the 10th, 20th, and 30th of each month) and share a link back to that month's article on each of the other blogs.  Each one of my blogs are related (communication, family issues, and chronic issues) so my readers will get better content that offers more for the families I serve. This month, Art of Eloquence shared an in-depth article on the value of effective communication that hits home for all of my readers.  While some of you may not give speeches, suffer from shyness, need conflict resolution or debate on a regular basis, you DO communicate with people via email and text.  This article will help you do that with much better precision of language that yields a more positive result. This month, I'm taking my purple feather quill and doing a critique of an email I just received.  Now, this is not a typical SPAM email from BuyMyStuff @ gmail .com that tells me they know why I'm fat.  This is a serious email from a real person (whose name has been changed for this critique) that made some mistakes I felt you all could learn from. Continue reading here! Check back on the 20th for a new article for Grape Stuff article and on the 30th for a new article on my JoJoisms blog!

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