Me writing about grammar, that’s more than just a little bit humorous to my regular readers. What’s not funny is I am taking the time to learn more about grammar. Now, when a stumper (for me) like “everyday” or “every day” presents itself, I do the research and try to learn and understand the difference so I won’t wonder next time. Make sense?
Oh, for those wondering:
Everyday is an adjective that means “daily.”
Every day is an expression of time meaning “regularly” or “each day.”
Jim Raffel writes a blog post every day.
Jim Raffel has an everyday coffee habit.
This post is not so much about the correct usage of every day and everyday. Instead it’s about taking the time to slow down and learn those things that make your life easier on a day-to-day basis.