I like to keep a couple of things from my brain that don’t make it into the book. In case you might have the odd thought, I have a big stack of things that look like a lot of work, so I can’t really be bothered to give them away.
I have a lot of things that look like a lot of work. That is, I have a lot of things that I dont even know what to call them. I could, for example, have a huge, giant mess of what I think are my thoughts and feelings, or I could have an idea that I dont even know how to write down, or I could have a series of images that I dont even know what to call them.
Well, if you’re a little bit of a hoarder, then you might have the idea that you have a bunch of ideas that you don’t know what to call either. This is not a bad thing, I just happen to tend to be a little bit of a hoarder, and I don’t really have great ways for keeping track of these piles of stuff on my desk.
I’m in the same boat, and I have a large pile of my personal thoughts that I do not even know how to label. I also happen to hoard some of these images too, and they seem to be pretty popular. I think I’m going to call them “quarterly abbreviations.
There are a few ways to make quarterly abbreviations. The simplest is to use a letter, like A for “in the midst of” and B for “in the middle of.” Another good way is to use an abbreviation that has no letters at all. In that case, you could use S for “in the middle of” or O for “in the midst of” or F for “in the middle of”.
For those who think that I am going to tell you how to make quarterly abbreviations, just remember that I am from the dark side.
I love the way that you can tell a whole lot about a blogger by the way they use abbreviations. I can tell that a guy who likes acronyms is very serious about his work because they always use the abbreviation to refer to it. They also tend to use it to refer to their work in general. Just like a guy who likes acronyms and their work in general.
I think that abbreviations are a very useful tool for bloggers who aren’t very well-versed in writing. They allow them to take their ideas and run with them and see where they can take them and where they can add some extra meaning. Sometimes it’s great to write them at the end of a blog post and then see that they are the only thing I use in the entire post.
The point of abbreviations is to make it easier for writers to be clearer and to save time. To me, that’s worth it because it means people can get to know what youre doing better and they can be like, “Wow, this is really interesting. I love this idea.” Or even better, “I was just about to post this on my blog and I’m not sure what the hell to do with it.
I love abbreviations and it is so easy to do them wrong, I have written about them so many times I don’t even have a clue where to start. For instance, I was recently asked by a journalist why the word “semi” is used in the title of my blog. I have no idea what it means, and I have no idea how to write about it. I just know that at some point people will ask me about it and its like an earthquake in my brain.