• One Word or Two?

    One Word or Two: Everyday or Every Day?

    If you are one of those authors who randomly switches between everyday and every day, don’t feel bad. They are not interchangeable, but you are in good company. I often edit manuscripts for amazing authors who have no idea whether or not that troublesome space should be there. But luckily, the difference between everyday and every day is straightforward once you get the hang of it. Everyday Everyday is an adjective (a word that describes something) that means ordinary. Example: You can’t wear everyday shoes to meet an intergalactic ambassador. Every Day Every day, on the other hand, is a phrase made up of the adjective every and the noun…