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Hey guys!
Helpful editing tip: cut "in order to." Instead of saying you're going to the kitchen in order to make a sandwich, just say you're going to the kitchen to make a sandwich. The "in order to" delays the reader from getting to the meaty part of your sentence, which makes your overall story drag on more than it needs to.
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