Mari Kim
I recently stumbled upon the concept of the "Miracle Morning" on YouTube. The Miracle Morning refers to waking up at the crack of dawn to start your day. Self-improvement is a common goal for many people. But it's hard to do anything when you're dog-tired after a long day at work. I think that's why the Miracle Morning has grown so popular. It helps you spend time wisely in the morning. I myself started attempting Miracle Morning a few months ago. I get up early, plan out my day, and study English with radio show. I have kept at it pretty well until now, but it goes without saying that it's physically demanding sometimes. Still, starting the day with something I enjoy and feeling a sense of accomplishment every morning fills each day with joy. Could you please make this writing sound more natural? Thank you for your time and your help.
Nov 21, 2021 6:03 AM
Answers · 2
Just one error, with radio shows or with a radio show. Hope this helps!
November 22, 2021
It's very good. But you need to say "a radio show". And the phrase "I myself started attempting Miracle Morning" doesn't sound quite right. The "myself" is OK but is unnecessary, so you could drop it. "Using" is probably a better word than "attempting" but I think the best of all is "I started using [or applying] the principles of Miracle Morning [to my own life] a few months ago. I don't know Miracle Morning enough to say what it is exactly, but it seems to me to be a set of "principles" or "guidelines" or more informally "tips". You don't attempt such things, you either attempt to use them, or use them or apply them or implement them. I hope that is helpful.
November 21, 2021
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