You might enjoy indulging in some grammar practice. Here are three good (I think) sites for your perusal. Be sure to let me know if you find better resources out there.It is hard to write well. It is also noble.George Orwell had some very good things to say about good writing in his famous essay, "Politics and the English Language."Orwell advocated "prose like a windowpane"-- prose (all writing aside from poetry) so clear that it draws no attention to itself and instead reveals with dazzling clarity the idea you mean to convey.E.B. White also had a number of wonderful things to say about clarity and precision in his famous book:You could even buy it here.Listen in to what White has to say:Learning to write clear sentences is the work of a lifetime. No time to waste! Get cracking!And try this article by Verlyn Klinkenborg, who writes beautifully, on the merits of an education in the humanities.