Much as I love clever and witty signs, sometimes simple is best. We rented a castle last year (yes that does sound terribly grand but it was a very small castle) and it was situated out of the village so benefiting from directions.
This isn’t to say that you shouldn’t be creative but don’t go overboard. So I have “Say hello” for my contact page but kept my blog page titled “blog.”
It matters that your spellings are spot on when it comes to a game of scrabble but while checking the content you write for spelling and grammar mistakes is important, it is far more important that you post content regularly.
As a copywriter my friends have a field day when I make a mistake (usually posting to Facebook from my phone) and I have been known to have the odd mistake in client work.* It happens. But nobody is judging you as harshly as you judge yourself (or if they are, do you really want them as a client or customer?)
Obviously, if you make mistakes regularly then you might want to hire a proof reader but if it’s the odd one. Let it go.
* Two instances in three years that I know about.