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For the last couple of days, I’ve been exercising more and studying less. Now it’s time to jump into action and prepare for my marketing class exam tomorrow that consists of the first seven chapters from the textbook.
Exercising is great and it does make me focus, but goofing off too much doesn’t look good on my part. Instead, I need to take notes, study the textbook and read my previous quizzes that I took online to see what material will be on there as well as taking a peek at the syllabus to see what the test will be (multiple choice or short answer).
Good luck to every college student out there and try your hardest to pass your exams this semester!
Connecting with other bloggers is crucial because you will learn that you share the same hobbies as they do. Not to mention, but it will help you grow as a blogger by asking them, commenting on their websites about the most important information regarding what your hobby is, how your hobby work can improve significantly and how you will grow connections.
Advice is given on these blogs for many reasons. And if you don’t listen to both sides (you and another blogger), things won’t turn out well in the long run. As a journalism student, it is essential to listen to both sides of a story, gather information, avoid your biased view and put in your hardest effort to communicate regardless if you disagree with one’s opinion.
The moral of this blog post is that if you don’t start connecting and communicating with others now, it might be too late because you didn’t listen to what was vital.
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Blogging is not always meant for writers to use. But, it is also used to be expressive in creative ways. For example, photographers and artists blogging their work. Through their photographs and paintings, they express who they are and what they enjoy doing because it helps them relax. It gives them a fresh and peaceful mind while straying away from things that will distract and throw them off-balance.
Blogging is not just expressive because it represents what you enjoy doing in your free time, but it rather signifies who you are internally and the amount of strength you show. In other words, what strong skills you carry.
Creating a blog is easy and is a useful tool to help you climb to the top of the writing pole. But it’s not just about writing your blog posts and completing your assignments for the day, it’s how you interact with other bloggers that will help you gain experience and learn how to connect with others, globally.
Connecting with other bloggers on the Internet will give you an insight as to how far you will go when you communicate with them. In other words, you will learn what they know and grow from there. Definitely take some time and communicate with them because it will help you in the long run and you can grow an audience just as much as they have, though blogging shouldn’t be about competition. Instead, it should be about learning what you know, the amount of advice you’ve received from other bloggers and build your connections from there and onward.
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