As much as I would’ve like to have blogged a lot more this semester, I just haven’t had the time or motivation. But with a brand new site and some more time on my hands (hopefully), that’s all going to change.
Because I’ve been spending all my time studying lately, the only thing I’ve had time to write is study notes. So I thought that I’d make the most of them, share a bit of my new knowledge with you, and give you a quick crammer’s guide to some of the topics from each of my subjects this semester. The information probably won’t mean a whole lot to you if you’ve never learnt anything about the topic before, but if you have, hopefully, this’ll clear up a few things for you.
So, if you’re a loyal reader of my blog, you probably realise by now that I’m actually running two blogs. Well, not technically two blogs, but the same blog mirrored in two places: one on Weebly and one on WordPress. Why? It comes down to the simple fact that when I started on this whole blog project, I wasn’t quite sure what the best way to go about it was. Eventually, after a while of playing with the idea of free or paid hosting , as well as various platforms, I decided that the two with the most potential, and that sounded the best were WordPress and Weebly. Now, after 24 weeks of posting to both, it’s time to give you the lowdown on the two of them. Continue Reading