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    What's a good teaching blog?

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    I didn't know about the existence of such blogs.

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    Teaching blogs exist, and there are a lot of them. However, not all of them are good.
    I, too, have been searching for a good teaching blog for a long time, and all to no avail. Recently, on the advice of my colleague, I discovered https://www.twinkl.co.uk/blog/teache...d-be-following blog. This teaching blog helped me a lot at the beginning of my career. Here I found a lot of useful tips that helped me gain the necessary knowledge for my profession.
    In short, I advise you to visit this blog. It seems to me that this is what you are looking for.

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    It's a nice thing that you want to learn how to blog. blogging is definitely a future to focus on. It’s not a bad choice but a difficult choice tbh with you. I also chose a similar career field to what you want but mine is only about saas products. I want to impact on people like the post here; https://www.codica.com/blog/how-to-build-saas-product/
    Last edited by DeirdreGill; 12-17-2021 at 12:14 AM.

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    There are so many good blogs out there, they're pretty easy to find.
    Just google the topic you are interested in and choose.
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    It all depends on what exactly you want to learn. Because there is a lot of information on the Internet right now, the only question is in what area you plan to learn new materials. I'm trying to find something useful in terms of relaxation and meditation right now, so I'm looking at this app https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...=com.sonataapp . Now I want to download it, as I think it https://sonatameditation.com/ will help me finally understand myself and relax

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    I think everyone need to use cloud storage. The cloud storage saves your data across the redundant servers, so even if one of the data centers gets collapsed, your data will be managed by the other data centers, which make your data safe and supervised. If all the data centers of the storage provider get collapse or destroyed, then only your data could be lost, and this is entirely impossible phenomena because a cloud storage service is formed of thousands of data centers. I recently checked hubspot quickbooks integration

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