Here’s a list of redundancies to avoid. Do a search for these in your writing and delete the superfluous words.
Absolutely certain or sure/essential/guaranteed: Get rid of absolutely
Actual experience/fact: Delete Actual .
Add an additional: Delete Additional .
Added bonus: Delete Added .
Advance notice/planning/reservations/warning/preview: Delete advance .
Ask a question: Delete question .
Close proximity/scrutiny: Delete Close.
Completely filled/finished/opposite: Delete completely.
Difficult dilemma: Delete difficult .
Direct confrontation: Delete direct.
End result: Delete end.
Enter in: Delete in.
Exact copy: Delete Exact.
False pretense: Delete false.
First began, new beginning: Delete First and new.
Foreign imports: Delete foreign.
Forever and ever: Delete Ever.
Free gift: Delete free.
Invited guests: Delete invited.
Past history/record: Delete past.
Plan ahead: Delete Ahead .
Possibly might: Delete possibly.
Postpone until later: Delete Later.
Protest against: Delete Against.
Repeat again: Delete again.
Revert back: Delete Backs.
Spell out in detail: Delete in detail.
Stand up: Delete up.
Sit down: Delete down.
Spoke out loud: Delete out loud.
Still remains: Delete Still.
Suddenly exploded: Delete Suddenly.
Written down: Delete Down.