Y’know, the all-too-common idea that people who are good with words must be bad at math would hold a tiny bit more weight (but still be wrong, of course) if more people who use it as an excuse for being bad at math were actually good with words and stuff. (I know that’s how this example was meant because it was posted on a board for writers, about writing: “Im a strong intelligent english major, I dont need no math,” as they sometimes like to write. *rolls eyes*)
Capitalize the first word of each sentence. (Yes, even if it’s written as a fragment.)
Use end punctuation at the end of each sentence (even if it’s a fragment).
Delete the comma after feeling.
Add a comma after Me.
You know that awesome feeling when you finally understand math?
I don’t know the feeling of finally understanding math, because I didn’t struggle with it in the first place. I realize it violates a popular — although ridiculous and illogical — worldview, but some people are good with both numbers and words, just as some people are good with neither… and that’s okay. You don’t have to be the world’s greatest math wiz; just don’t use, “I’m a word nerd so I can’t do basic addition even with a calculator!” as your reason for not being “in love with numbers” (and if you feel you must use it, at least use correct grammar and punctuation the way a “word nerd” should).