If you’ve ever had the pleasure of writing a book, stories for a blog or even your own web content… you’ve probably had the experience of running in a grammar nerd. A grammar nerd is usually someone who willingly goes out of their way to let you know when you spelled something wrong or used a word in the wrong way. In most cases, they completely miss the point of what you are trying to say, and only interject to make themselves sound smart — but usually accomplish the complete opposite
In the infographic below we are going to break down the anatomy of a grammar nerd, their education, where they are located within the world and much more..
How Does Someone Become a Grammar Nerd Infographic Summary
There are millions of grammar enthusiasts around the world, why are some of them more of a grammar nerd than others? The infographic above breaks down this earth shattering question and we’ve listed some of the key points below.
- The average person spends 3 minutes working on a project before switching tasks to something else.
- The average person spends roughly 31 hours per week in unproductive meetings on a monthly basis.
- During the span of one hour, the average person checks their email over 30 times.
- To fix these problems, one can work in sprints or use the Pomodoro technique, saying “no” to distractions and meetings throughout the day and also planning on email breaks and sticking to them.
Infographic source: Grammarly