There are two problems with both sentences that need to be addressed. However, since your question is primarily about adverb position, I will address that issue first.
Your question is, basically: Should the adverb come after the verb(s) (as in the first sentence) or before the verb(s) (as in the second sentence). The current tendency (especially in Amer... (more)
Stick this on your mirror. See the magic happen.
It compares where you end up if you improve by 1% every day for a year instead of going worse by 1% every day for a year.
What a great thread this has been to read. So my first recommendation would be to sit down and read through the answers, ...ALL of them. There's a ton of great stuff here!
Some small things that have been recommended to me over the years, that have made big differences in my life are:
- If you sweeten your coffee or tea, start using honey.
- Stop drinking soda. Period....