This question is rather difficult to answer considering the fact that I only vaguely know what I want to do with my post-high school life. I am certain that university and travel will be playing a large role in the matter, however I’m not too sure as to how I can connect these things to my blog. An obvious way of looking at it would be considering the relationship between my blog and my final grade in the course – which will then affect my post-secondary education in terms of scholarships. My blog is a direct representation of my work in this course as well as my personality, so keeping the blog up to date, interesting, and intelligent should lead to success in the course. This can help me keep up a high average, which should then help me obtain some good entry scholarships as well as apply for ones that are not automatic. My hope is that the money saved through these scholarships could be used towards exploring and traveling the world. This has the potential to open up my eyes to new things and help me grow as a person.
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I left comments on whatever posts caught my eye. They were things I could relate to or topics I’m interested in. A good comment tends to be one that starts discussion/a train of thought and is a bit lengthier than a couple of words. As long as it’s appropriate, humor can be used for the sake of entertainment. Constructive criticism is always helpful to the author of the blog post as it may lead to improvement. A bad comment is one that has no point, is unpleasant, and/or doesn’t make sense. We are human and typing/spelling errors do occur, but quickly proof reading before clicking “Send” could save us a lot of trouble and explaining in the long run. Commenting benefits both the viewer that’s leaving comments as well as the person receiving the comments. The viewer gets to express his/her opinions, share ideas, and ask questions for a better understanding of the post, while the receiver gets feedback on what he/she is doing, provides the audience with some explanation, and may potentially receive some praise.