Europe, Reflections 3177, Travel

Week 15 Reflection

So this week, I decided to break my rules. I skipped the standard of doing one post a week per category and instead did a mini series on do's and don'ts while abroad. It started with a general Do's and Don'ts while International which just have - give or take - 10 rules to follow in… Continue reading Week 15 Reflection

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Week 13 Reflection

So this week I had a grand ol' time researching, writing, editing, and reformatting featured images for posts. To start, my Destination category was about Where to Go in Germany and included castles with a bit of back story and statistics, cities with a list of sites/activities to do, the standard other category of places scattered… Continue reading Week 13 Reflection

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Week 12 Reflection

So this week I believe I've massive improved the formatting on my posts. Before, I had several different styles mixed into one post, and it is not in any way visually appealing (and I'll have to go back and edit that post...). So this time, I kept it simple. For my Travel Tips category, I… Continue reading Week 12 Reflection

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Week 10 Reflection

I went into this class with every intention of using what I learned beyond it. Because of this, I invested into a BlueHost account with a yearly subscription for a pretty penny. I searched through a great number of templates, listed the ones I liked and after searching my soul while going through them, I… Continue reading Week 10 Reflection

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Week 6 Reflection

So this week wasn't our most exciting, but it did have its interests. I enjoyed leisurely exploring thoughts others have on Wikis: how they're run, how they can be used, problems with them, functions, collaboration, personal use, etc. I wrote on WikiAsAPersonalNotebook and listed a number of uses for wikis which I found from a couple articles… Continue reading Week 6 Reflection

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Self-Portrait 1.0

I'm quite proud of myself for discovering this little niche of mine. On YouTube, if you search "epic music playlists," you can find hour-long to ten-hours-long collections of truly awesome music - usually without lyrics, though there are exceptions - from groups like Two Steps from Hell or genres like Dubstep or this epic kind of Orchestral. The… Continue reading Self-Portrait 1.0