I love full stops.
I think they're brilliant.
They help me convey messages.
Explain my ideas.
And make important points.
Quickly. Easily. Clearly.
They make type look good.
On a screen. And in print.
They do away with long-winded paragraphs. Wordy documents.
And stop me rambling on.
They help me write in a punchy way.
Say one thing well.
So my copy is quick to read.
And easy to digest.
Look how fast you've rattled through this.
As I pondered the theme for my first Creative Bite, the name sparked a thought.
How come most workers don’t make the most of their lunch breaks?
Why do so many people just grab a quick bite, return to their desks, then carry on working through?
After a few clicks on Google, it seems only one in five people have lunch away from their desks.
I’m not sure how accurate this is, but having worked in quite a few offices it seems about right to me.
Which, when you think about it, is more work sandwiched between work and even more work.