OK. I’ve just looked up the difference betweeen “complimentary” and “complementary” for the millionth time. I cannot, ever, remember which is which.
I get stopped in my tracks contemplating “it’s” and “its” way too often, even though I had a sign on the inside of my locker as a kid that read “No apostrophe for the possessive” in a vain attempt to get the rule to sink in.
Nine times of 10, I type it “reasearch” (although to my credit, I usually catch it).
And, abandoning a personal, two-decade windmill tilt, I’ve largely stopped fighting for adherence to the AP rule about not capitalizing professional titles when they follow names.
There. I feel better now. Word people, the Grammar Confessional is open.