14 Tips to Improve Your Travel Blog With Photos - VickyFlipFlopTravels. A travel blog without photos is like a Sunday lunch without roast potatoes – just not right.
However good a wordsmith you are nothing beats an actual photo of that ravishing beach to really invite the readers in and show them what it was like, rather than just telling them. Great photos on your travel blog are also important when it comes to sharing and social media. It’s your photos that are Pinnable, Instagrammable and Stumbleuponable (yeah, they’re words now) and that will get the right people on your site to read your words. You don’t necessarily need expensive equipment to create blog enhancing photos. A lot of travel bloggers now, including me, just use their iPhones. So whether you’re armed with your iPhone, your top of the range DSLR or something in between, there are a few things to keep an eye out for to get the best photos you can. This is part 7 of 15 of the Travel Blogger High Series: The Online School for Wannabe Travel Bloggers 1. 2.
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In fact, go to almost any survival website and you are likely to read something about them; unfortunately, there is another bag that’s rarely talked about: The Get Home Bag. A Get Home Bag, is basically another take on the bug out bag, but serves the opposite purpose. With a Bug Out Bag you are often packing for an evacuation; some sort of disaster that causes you have to leave your primary residence. But when it comes to Get Home Bags, your main purpose is having the supplies you need to safely make it home during a crisis or disaster situation. Do you really need both types of bags? The fact is, many of us spend a large portion of our time away from home; and since there’s no good way to predict exactly when and where a disaster will hit, the need for something like a Get Home Bag just makes sense.
20 Legendary World Festivals To See In Your Lifetime. Discovering Your Life Purpose with the DISC Self Assessment - LifeOhm. As Shakespeare said, “To Thine Own Self Be True.”
But what if you’re not clear about who you really are? What if you don’t know what you want to do with your life? How do you really get to know yourself? In this series of posts I’ll show you some great tools for discovering who you are. Knowing who you are is a necessary starting point for finding a purpose that aligns with your true self. We’ll start with the DISC assessment, which was first introduced in 1972, and is based on the theories of psychologist William Marston.
A very basic version of the DISC test is available for free at 123Tests. After answering the assessment questions, your two highest scores are combined to tell you your dominant “type.” DISC Personality Traits Traits for each of the patterns include: Dominant (D): Results-oriented, Direct, CompetitiveInfluence (I): Enthusiastic, Friendly, OptimisticSteadiness (S): Sincere, Patient, ModestCompliance (C): Accurate, Contemplative, Cautious DISC Personality Patterns.
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Hansen, Ph.D. Deciding to seek one or more graduate degrees is a major commitment of time and money; a decision not to take lightly. You will face several years of intense work and research -- a much more demanding course load than in your undergraduate program. Before deciding your next step, you should take the time to honestly answer these five questions.
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