There’s nothing like a fun infographic in the old inbox to remind one of
good excellent times…
So anyway, I often hear from interesting folks who want me to feature something
right properly here at Cathy C. Hall. But even the most cursory of glances will tell you that this is a blog about…well, me. But also, it’s a blog about writing.
And yet, writing is rarely the topic that these interesting folks want me to share. Perhaps they want me to write about outdoor furniture, or barbecue sauce, or fancy shoes. Not that there’s anything wrong at all with any of those
things goods. They just don’t have anything to do with me. Or writing. So when I received a lovely email from someone who a. clearly had read my blog and knew what was what around here and b. asked if I’d like to see his infographic about boring words, I said sure. I mean, it seemed showed signs of being a perfect fit.
And P.S. I
just simply think you’ll like adore it, too.
To see more of what Jack Milgram blogs about, go here.
This is a lot more fun than Googling synonyms. 🙂
Right? (Though I do that a lot. Remember when we used a thesaurus, Lisa??? 🙂 )
Cathy, loved this! Useful words! Linda
Oh, glad you liked it, Linda!
Cathy–I love this. Thanks so much.
I imagine as a teacher, you’re always encouraging students to think outside the “same old, same old” box of words. But we old students get into bad habits as well. (Which I thought about, reading this list! 🙂 )
I always try to substitute stronger words for those routinely used words, but this is like a cheat sheet. Thank you!