The bare bones approach

One of the problems of being wordy is that you often become… well… a little too wordy. Why take three words, when ten will add so much more depth and meaning?

I actually think that I have the opposite problem. In my former life I was a lawyer – a role that brings with it so much legal jargon and so many unnecessary words that I rebelled. I became a fan of the Plain English Campaign, and left my ‘hereinbefore mentioned’s’ behind me. Continue reading