About this newsletter:
“Making Heads or Tails of Idioms” was originally a newsletter developed in February 2010. Prior to that, the newsletter was known under a few different names “Rema’s Summer of Idioms!”, “Rema’s ‘It’s not Summer Anymore’, Idioms!”, “Rema’s ‘I grew up in this country and still don’t know the Idioms!'” since February 2009. However, the passion to look up Idioms stemmed from my first real job out of college in Summer 2003. Turns out, business people really like to use Idioms in day-to-day language…. and it turns out, I don’t know idioms… at all. So I started looking up the meanings and origins and began to share them with my friends (first newsletter’s subscriber count: 3). It caught on, friends began referring friends, and I’ve heard it’s cool enough to be on a blog. So here it is! Enjoy.
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About the author:
Rema grew up in the beautiful state of Michigan, and currently resides in Chicago, IL. She enjoys quality time with friends, saying that she goes to dance class, and rooting for Michigan football. Writing has never been one of Rema’s passions… therefore, there is a bit of copy/paste from Wikipedia from time to time (but it’s always sourced).