I messed up. I’m smart, but I’m human. I stay up too late, get tired, and I do dumb things without thinking them through all the way. I try to
I know how it is because I’ve been there! You’ve probably been all over the Internet looking for proofreading work. Or maybe (hopefully!) you got lucky and found this website first.
Blog-turned-business ProofreadAnywhere.com launched its brand new multimedia online course today, making it the world’s first online course to teach people how to earn money by proofreading transcripts for court
It’s that time again, time for another installment of Common Things Proofreaders Miss! I actually should start calling this “Common Mistakes Court Reporters Make,” eh?! I like that one better.
Hey, Eagle Eyes! The results are in! I have decided to share with you how much I actually billed in 2014 — my last year doing proofreading as my full-time
We’re back with another installment of Common Things Proofreaders Miss! This is becoming quite the lengthy list. For me, it’s always growing. Every time I read a transcript, I see
In commemoration of PA’s two-year anniversary (November 2016), I’m republishing one of my first-ever posts on the original Proofread Anywhere site. Writing well takes time to learn, and it was clear when
We’re back today with Part II of the BOLO (Be on the Lookout) list — an evolving collection of terms found in real transcripts (on multiple occasions) for you to
A few weeks ago, I sent out an email to a handful of my “favorite” reporters that I proofread for — these are the reporters consistently sending polished work and
Bienvenido, Eagle Eyes! I have come across the acronym BOLO a few times in various transcripts—depositions of detectives and police officers mostly. It means “Be On the Look Out.” If