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23 Dec

It offers a satisfying double hit of blazing through my to-do list and fulfilling my need to be nice and please you.

(By the way, it turns out the book chapter doesn’t say thank you.

Amazon is always a great example of this in action, as they hone in on your browsing history and actively follow-up on-site activity with a series of emails.

I’m so sorry for taking this long to write you back. And the most fifth grade fear of all: will you be mad at me? One day, drowning in electronic apologies, it hit me: I have the curse of the e-Good Girl. But if you’re the kind of person who worries about disappointing others, who wants to be liked, who wants to do everything right, a mounting pile of email lights your Good Girl issues up like a Christmas tree.

I was away for a few days and am digging out from the emails that piled up! I need to confess something: If even a few days go by without me replying to you, I start to worry. When I stop and think about it, I realize that letting four or five days go by before responding to you is actually not a big deal. ), I’ve gotten warped about what “a long time” really means.

“Sorry it’s taken me so long.” I do it so often I can cut and paste the phrases into each email reply.

With all the instant technology at our disposal (text! The pressure for an immediate response has gotten out of hand. When I’m writing back to you, I’m not working on a lesson plan or a book chapter.

Next time you send out a promotional newsletter I’d recommend having at least two segments: Customers that have purchased before and new customers.

If you're looking for information on catching students who are cheating online, see Wiki How's article, How to Detect Plagiarism.

Psst: This post was originally published in 2014, but we recently gave it a refresh during our two-week publishing hiatus.

It doesn’t think I’m a nice person for writing it, either).

In a highly scientific survey, I asked one of my best friends, who works in publishing, if she ever felt like this.