Professors are checking their grade books and checking them twice. They’re going to find out which students’ grades suffice. Yup, it’s that time a year again — not only is the holiday season upon us, but also it’s finals week of the semester.
Along with bustling to complete countless tests, papers, projects and presentations — finals week means another thing: the end to regular posts on my blog.
I kept trying to start a blog, but I couldn’t seem to find the right time — until this class. So, even before the start of this course, I had a feeling I would enjoy my blogging experience. And — just as I expected — I loved every minute of it.
Unfortunately, with the end of the semester comes the end of regularly assigned posts. I plan to continue posting on my blog in the spring semester, but not until after the holidays.
Next semester — I will intern with Campbell Soup Company, have a full course load and prepare for graduation. But don’t fret, I do plan to continue my posts.
After taking a holiday hiatus from my blog, my Blue PRints to success includes posting at least once a month. I may expand my beat to cover topics — which still fall under the PRSSA and strategic communication umbrella — such as a day in the life of an intern or a day in the life of a public relations senior.
Furthermore, I hope you all enjoyed reading my posts as much as I did creating them. I also hope you all continue on your strategic communication journey and know that, thanks to the inspiration from this blog and its readers, I am more dedicated to my journey than ever before.
Feel free to tell me what you would like to see me post about next semester. Thank you for reading and I hope your grades help you make the nice list this holiday season! Until next time (which I hope will come soon enough), and as a recap of the semester, I am posting links to my greatest hits (top five posts) below:
- Anne Klein and Beka Rendell co-host AJF-PRSSA’s “What Not to Wear & How Not to Act” event
- Social Marketing Specialist Isaac Katz’s view of social strategy and his tips for success
- What I gained from Philly Ad Club’s “5 For Your Future” event
- David Yarus’ tips on how to land your dream job using social media
- #Governmentshutdown causes digital crisis with federal websites and Twitter accounts blackout