Writing

A Step-By-Step Guide to Conquering Essays

I forgot to share my SLN article.

It’s called, Take That, Essay!” A Step-By-Step Guide to Conquering Essays For Good and writing the article basically made me pick my own brain. Then mold all the advice I could come up into coherent sentences.

The tips might not work for you. So take what does and throw away what doesn’t.

I hope the guide helps you or helps someone you share it with. Having someone in your debt is always a good thing.

Blogging · Reading

A Serious Problem

I have hundreds of bookmarked pages.

And I should try to delete some of them.

But I can’t.

I can’t do it.

There are too many useful resources on the Web and plenty of interesting articles to read.

You can never have enough of that.

Writing

A List Of Letter Closings

From time to time, I scratch my head searching for a suitable salutation to end a letter, email, proposal, query, etc. Maybe you have been in that boat too.

Or perhaps you use the same salutation again and again but you’re tired of doing so.

Below, in alphabetical order, are some words/phrases you can use to close your letters.

However, depending on the occasion, some letter closings may be more appropriate than others. Pick wisely. How you sign off on a letter matters.

This isn’t a complete list but I hope it helps for future reference.

  • Best regards
  • Best wishes
  • Cordially
  • Cordially yours
  • Faithfully yours
  • Fond regards
  • Kind regards
  • Kind thanks
  • King wishes
  • Many thanks
  • Respectfully yours
  • Respectfully yours
  • Sincerely
  • Take care
  • Thank you
  • Thank you for your consideration
  • Thank you for your time
  • Thanks
  • Warm regards
  • Wishing you the best
  • With anticipation
  • With appreciation
  • With gratitude
  • With sympathy
  • With thanks
  • Yours faithfully
  • Yours respectfully
  • Yours sincerely
  • Yours truly