If you're one of the small percentage of people in this country who know they have good grammar, you write with confidence.
Whether you're composing a corporate earnings report or an informal e-mail, you know your syntax will shine, your punctuation will be perfect, and your word choice will be spot on. You can take a step back from any document you've written, look at it with a critical eye and see you did a good job.
So, to you, I have just one thing to say: Sure, but is it pretty?
That's right, just when you thought it was safe to rest on your linguistic laurels, I'm handing you a fresh writing worry: aesthetics. Most amateur and even professional writers don't stop to think about how their words look on a page or screen. After all, writing is about the ear, not the eye, right?