Hey! It’s Margaret here, and I’m excited to share a super-duper practical quick tip with you this week.
I made a big bad boo-boo a few years ago that taught me a tough lesson about when and how to use quotes.
Watch this so you don’t have to make the same mistake I did.
Check out the video below and I’ll share the easy rules I’ve learned to live by.
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