Do you consider yourself a grammar nerd or a Grammar Nazi?

Funnily enough, for someone who taught English and trained scores of people, I am not part of the grammar police. While I’m all for grammatically correct sentences, I’m more concerned about getting the message across. In my opinion, language and communication go beyond good grammar.

But if you are a grammar nerd – I’ll still love you! I promise! In fact, I’ll go a step further and give you links to some grammar nerds on Twitter. I’m nice that way!

Grammar Nerds Unite

How can I not suggest Grammarly – The World’s Best Grammar Checker first? I’ve been using it for the last two weeks and am so thrilled with it.  You can follow them @Grammarly

Here’s a fabulous checklist for grammar nerds via Grammarly.

grammar nerds unite

@BuzzFeed Style Guide

@AP StyleBook

@Grammar Monkeys

Mignon Fogarty aka @Grammar Girl

There are plenty more people you can follow to keep your grammar in check! @WriteTribe is a good one to follow too! 😉


It is time for #MondayMusings and all you have to do is

  1. Write a post sharing your thoughts on a subject of your choice. Make it as personal as possible.
  2. Use the hashtag #MondayMusings and link to Write Tribe.
  3. Add your link to the linky which you will find either here or on Everyday Gyaan or on the post of a co-host.
  4. Use our #MondayMusings badge to help other bloggers join in too.

Every Monday, another blogger will be co-hosting with me. If you’d like to be that blogger, let me know either in the comments or by using the contact form. I’ll let you know the date and provide you with the code.

Today’s linky can be found below and my co-host is Tina Basu of  The Sunny Side of Life.

Published by corinnerodrigues

A lover of words. A self-acceptance blogger. A blogging coach. A book reviewer. A woman happily journeying through midlife, moving from self-improvement to self-acceptance and enjoying being herself. Corinne writes at Everyday Gyaan, reviews fiction at and encourages writers and bloggers at Write Tribe and offers offline coaching to writers and bloggers at The Frangipani Creative, located in Secunderabad, India.