I’m sure you have all been warned at some time not to split infinitives when you write. But do you know what an infinitive is?
It is the form of the verb with to placed before it:
To eat, to sing, to go, to ponder, to do, to split
I am here to give you permission to split any infinitive you choose, as long as your sentence sounds better that way:
To hungrily eat, to lustily sing, to boldly go (the world’s most famous split infinitive), to moodily ponder, to enthusiastically do everything
If you don’t like the way your sentence sounds when splitting the infinitive, just try out the adverb in other places in the sentence, and you will discover the best spot for it.
This so-called rule against splitting infinitives arose because pedants in the mid-18th century thought applying the rules of Latin grammar would result in the best written English. In Latin, it is impossible to split an infinitive—but English is amenable to it and I hereby give you all permission to do it.