Using Grammarly is like gaining a superpower

Ever wonder what it is like having perfect grammar while writing? Or knowing the exact moment a mistake is being made? How about just becoming a better writer? All these questions can be answered when using Grammarly. Grammarly. This can turn anyone into a superstar writer. There isn’t anything anyone can do when they are using Grammarly.

Grammarly is the most effective tool to make sure messages, documents, and social media posts are clear and mistake-free in today’s world. When you start typing, Grammarly instantly checks for grammar, spelling, punctuation, word choice, and style mistakes. Grammarly takes time and stresses out of writing to give its users more time in their day.

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Grammarly is made for anyone and everyone. Millions of people all over the world use Grammarly to make sure their writing is credible, clear, concise and mistake-free. There isn’t one profession or one person that could not benefit from using Grammarly because it allows users to set writing goals based on intent, audience, style, emotion, and domain.

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The best part about Grammarly is that anyone can use it for free. Once an account has been made the user can benefit from Grammarly by using the online text editor and downloading the free browser extensions for Chrome, Safari, Edge, and FireFox. These extensions bring Grammarly wherever the user is writing online to a fix mistake as they type it. Grammarly also offers the ability to improve writing skills through their Facebook community, Twitter account, and blog. All things are available to users and non-users.

Grammarly is like gaining a superpower of being a great communicator through writing. Whoever uses it will be unstoppable at school, in the workplace, and will put them above the competition when job searching.

Alexandra Davis

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Who runs the World?

There is one name that brings confidence, power, and inspiration to many; Beyoncé. Ever since Beyoncé broke away from Destiny’s Child, she has transformed and inspired many lives. Her nickname isn’t “Queen Bey” just because of how talented of a singer and dancer she is, but because she represents a movement of powerful women that want to do it all.

Beyoncé does do it all; all the way from being the founder and CEO of her record label and production company to creating a global brand that supports gender equality to being a loving mom and wife. Beyoncé has helped create and develop the idea “that a woman doesn’t need a man to be successful,” within the minds of millennials through her music. “I truly believe that women should be financially independent from their men. And let’s face it, money gives men the power to run the show. It gives men the power to define value. They define what’s sexy. And men define what’s feminine. It’s ridiculous.” –Beyoncé

Unknown-1Beyoncé sings about an issue, and a movement is formed. This ability to bring awareness and attention to something is one of the reasons Forbes Magazine declared Beyoncé one of the world’s most powerful celebrity. So she is a force to be reckoned with.


How has Beyoncé become Queen Bey? That answer begins with her music. After Beyoncé left Destiny’s Child to become a solo artist she released Dangerously in Love in 2003. This album established her as a solo artist and hit number one on the US Billboard 200 chart and won five Grammy Awards. This set the tone for the rest of Beyoncé’s career. In 2010 Beyoncé made Grammy Award history by walking away with six awards which were the most wins made by a female artist in a single night. In 2013, Beyoncé changed the music industry by releasing her self-titled album in the middle of the night and with no promotions. According to Billboard, under the Billboard 200 category, Beyoncé has had six albums reach No. 1 and seven albums in the Top 10 Hits. So with her enormous following and support, Beyoncé uses her power for good by advocating for feminism and the Black Lives Matter movement.

So what can’t Beyoncé do? As of right now, there isn’t anything she can’t do. “I wanted to sell a million records, and I sold a million records. I wanted to go platinum; I went platinum. I’ve been working nonstop since I was 15. I don’t even know how to chill out.” – Beyoncé

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Being an only child

Since the beginning of time, children have been split up between “oldest siblings,” “middle siblings,” and “youngest siblings.” Separating children into either one of these categories has allowed society to form a prior judgment and conclusion about whichever category the child falls in, but there is a new category of children that started to grow in the 1990s. Enter, the only child.

only-child.jpg    As anyonly child could attest, we are not like any of the children that come from homes with more than one child. We are different. What separates us from them, besides getting to enjoy the annoyance of a sibling, is that we can be split up into two different categories of our own. This division between some only children and the rest of us is shown in the older stages of life and results from a natural human instinct: survival.

Unlike children with siblings, only children have to learn how to talk and play with other kids since that isn’t a skill available for learning in the household. Sadly, some only children are too shy when they are trying to develop these useful life skills and fall behind in their ability to socially interact with others. But luckily this doesn’t happen to the other group of only children, we, instead, blossom into social butterflies. This desire to advance in the social aspects of our lives is the reason we got in trouble in class for talking too much, the reason we involved ourselves in extracurricular activities, and serves as an explanation for our outgoing personality.  One of the most critical examples of us being different from the other type of only child is that almost all of us can describe one or multiple times when we went up to groups of children we didn’t know, by ourselves, and asked to join their group. What makes us unique has made us stronger.only-child-2-638.jpg

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