• What’s the Difference Between a Resume and a Bio?

    by Michelle Hutchinson Periodically, I get approached by business owners who tell me they need a resume, but after listening for a while, I discover that what they really want is a bio. What’s the difference between a resume and a bio? Use a resume if you’re looking for a job. It’s the document (electronic […]

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  • Awe vs. Aw: What’s the Difference?

    by Michelle Hutchinson “Aw, what a cute baby,” my friend Karen said when she visited my home and cooed over my newborn niece. “Awe, what an adorable puppy,” she wrote on another friend’s Facebook post. Oh, Karen, how could you‽ I thought you knew the difference between “aw” and “awe.” Karen isn’t the only one […]

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Michelle Hutchinson, Wordhelper

Michelle Hutchinson, Wordhelper

I've never been one to follow conventional wisdom—at least when it doesn't make sense to me—and I'm not about to start now. Conventional wisdom says to limit your blog to one topic (e.g., writing) or to related topics (e.g., writing, reading, publishing), but my interests are too diverse.

While a good deal of this blog will be devoted to writing, editing, and resumes, I'll also explore topics in health, science, education, and a smattering of other areas. After all, I'm not only an editor and writer, but I am or have been a dentist, teacher, naval officer, environmental researcher, wife, parent, and pet owner.

I hope you'll take some time to provide comments on the posts.

The medical and health content on this blog is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice.

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