It being very amusing to edit when Germans in English write. They are liking the big, large, giant lists. Especially the noun pile-up (e.g. “organization structure process chain transformation” etc) and also the parentheses (brackets, for e.g.). A great favourite the passive sentence is, which on and on winds up and down the hills and roundabout, until the poor editor wondering what the point is. The making of verbs into nouns a most excellent pasttime is, including e.g. strategization, optimization, nominization, etc. Also, abounding is the use of jargon (words, excessive over-use, trend) which the whole thing equally complicates. Leveraging the jargon for e.g., the editor’s confusion surely deepens. The writing of the idea, the putting down of it on paper in long sentences that minus the active verbs are makes the editor thinking of going to sleep an optimal strategy is.
Maximizing the sleep time the editor (e.g. me, Charlotte etc) a very good idea discovers, not all night staying awake after tending to the sick children who puking are and having the very high temperatures. Thinking of December, in retrospect, looking back, etc, the extreme ongoing sickness of the children with the flu, the puking, the concussion and the many other small things that the editor no longer remembering is, is making of a very exhausting exercise. Also, having forgotten the editor wonders how her own friends look. Having seen them briefly at a party (celebration etc) last night, but then having the very quick getaway with sick children to make.
Especially, optimizing the sleep strategy very strategic is being the week of birthdays and three parties, also with the baking of cakes, the planning of party games, the wrapping of gifts and the monitorization of small, excited, happy, little children, etc. Very forward-thinking is also getting sufficient sleep so as to encourage the enjoyment of the editor’s own birthday for which the family on Saturday many adequate presents did purchase. Also the sleep acquisition potentially aid the editor to acquisition the energy herself a cake to bake, the making of the bed of the guest of honour (e.g editor’s brother, etc), the telephonization of Miele finally to arrive and fixing the broken tumble-dryer and the achieving of sundry, other, multiple tasks piling up on the editor’s mental list of not-done things to be doing.
Especially, the making of a mug of hot, warm, soothing milk with the addition of sweet, pleasing honey the editor to sleep will optimize, maximize and elucidate.