The post is written and published. The thoughts about the topic you felt passionate about are out there for the blogging world and others to see. It can be a bit like bearing ones soul for some. Hopefully some thought and effort was put into the post. Published was clicked, categories were added, tags were added, a title was used, but one thing was forgotten.
Sentences left in such as- For my family are favorite place to go is the park. OOPS. Needed to use OUR not ARE.
For me proof reading is not difficult but I am a language guy. Proof reading and editing can be boring-YES. But they are important if we do not want people to lose respect for what we have to say.
So a few ideas for my fellow bloggers for proof reading if grammar and such is a weakness.
1- Type it into Microsoft Word and then copy and paste paragraphs into your post. Use the spell check and grammar check.
2- Even better, if you have a google email account, type it into google documents and then copy and paste. I have found the improvements in google documents have made it better then Microsoft Word. It underlines potential mistakes. Use the spell check and grammar check
3- One thing I do is click the preview box to bring up the post to see how it looks. That has helped me to see mistakes.
Yes we all have the occasional typo. I do and I teach English. When I do leave one in, I am horrified, but that is just me.
However, please help yourself and your blog. Take the time to proof read and edit your posts. Yes, it can be a boring step. For me, it is worth it because what I publish I feel is a reflection of me.
It is also that little extra step that could make a difference for your blog.
Hope this helps. 🙂