Which sounds more grammatically correct:
My aunt and I bake the same number of pies each day and afterwards we discuss our ingredients.
My aunt and I bake the same number of pies each day and have a discussion about our ingredients afterward.
English - Ms. Sue, Monday, January 9, 2017 at 9:05pm
The first is better, although the second is technically correct.
It's usually better to have the adverb as close as possible to the verb it modifies.