Re: Writing: better or worse after years on the job?
Have you ever been horribly embarrassed to read something you wrote
Yes, frequently. But, then, I've been frequently embarrassed by something I wrote moments ago, in the sense that I've wanted to tinker with it.
That's what deadlines are for - to keep this sort of obsessive perfectionism from running completely out of control :-)
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