Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Of course, mistakes happen; that sad fact is just part of life. A writer can attest that it doesn’t matter how many times something is proofread….sometimes mistakes still get published. However, there are some simple steps that one can take to proofread their life and cut down on everyday mistakes.

Think Smaller

Over 7,000 people die in the U.S. each year as a result of medication errors. Many of these errors are due to the doctor having sloppy handwriting that a pharmacy or nurse misreads. Handwriting may seem like a small thing, but in this case it is the difference between life or death. So, think about the small things in your life. Sometimes they add up to create big mistakes. For example, keeping your checkbook perfectly balanced. Three five dollar debits may sound like a small amount to go over your balance, but add the $30 to $40 dollar charge to each of them and 15 bucks just turned into over a hundred dollars.

To read the other 7 tips - Top Eight Tips to Mistake Proof Your Life

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