Ok, readers, I'd like to put something forward!
You may have probably noticed that I've been trying to use more idioms in my writing (blogs, comments,etc) recently. You may make nothing of it or some idioms may mean nothing to you. But I'd like to put it plainly that I go along with you here: There is no point in using too many idioms in a paragraph. Sorry if I'm driving you up the wall or if I put my foot in my mouth.
But when it comes to learning English, what I just said may make sense. Maybe you're trying to learn some idioms just like I am doing or you might have learned some collocations, verb tenses, phrasal verbs, and the like. If so, why not try to remember some idioms and use them in your writing now and then?
What's your favorite idiom? You could share it with the world in the comments below. If you share one, just try to make a sentence with it or write out its meaning for us. Then I'll take off my hat to you! Keep the ball rolling and have fun!
PS: It may sound a little difficult to you. You can buy an 'idiom book', try to read it and share some idioms with us. Day by day, you'll get used to idioms. 'Rome wasn't built in a day!'