make a point of doing something

make a point of (doing something)

To consciously and deliberately make an effort to do something. I can't believe I forgot to pick up milk. I even made a point of stopping at the store to get it, but then bought everything else but that. I always make a point to stop by that market when strawberries are in season.
See also: make, of, point

make a ˈpoint of doing something

make sure you do something; make an effort to do something because you think it is the correct way to do things: I always make a point of locking up at night.She made a point of thanking all the staff before she left the office.
See also: make, of, point, something