Have any of you Armadillos out there read this book? My grandma bought it for me in 7th grade because I'm "her favorite Grammar Nazi and the only one allowed to correct her grammar."
I re-read this book all the time, and I even learned a lot of new things from it. While I can't say I still don't make mistakes every now and then, this book definitely helped. It also makes me feel validated, since now I know I'm not the only one who becomes enraged because of simple grammar mistakes (FYEMA was the second validation for me).
Another thing I love is the "Punctuation Repair Kit" I got along with my copy of the book. It included stickers of punctuation marks that I have made multiple copies of to use on signs everywhere. I'm a big fan of the "Panda Says No!" stickers as well.
I'm starting a Tumblr for writing. Let's see how long this lasts.