Whether it’s your own writing, the nth look-through, or you’re doing all of the editing stages on a file, there comes a time when your eyes just can’t see what’s actually on the page anymore. Your brain compensates and autocorrects; that is NOT what we’re hoping for! Refresh your eyes and see what’s actually on the page by using these “brain hacks” that “special education” teachers shared with me. The audio below explains how and why these hacks work:
- Talk the text
- Flip the font
- Move the margins
- Paint the page
The illustration for this post was created by the author using the prompt “a friendly looking fuzzy monster thinking hard while concentrating on typing on a typewriter keyboard drawn in a 3D realistic style” in the Dall-e AI.
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