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7 Compelling Reasons to Refine And Develop Your Tech Writing Skills

Every student knows that schools and colleges put a significant emphasis on writing. The reason for this is simple – studies show that 73% of employers want employees with solid tech writing skills. But, while the universal academic program focuses on developing students’ general and creative writing, it doesn’t give much attention to technical skills. And this is in vain.
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10 End Of Summer Family Fun Things To Do In Bayfield Wisconsin

Bayfield offers a lot to experience during and at the end of summer. Like many places, it operates seasonally. Summer is the favorite time for Bayfield visitors to enjoy walking and biking tours, sailing outfitters, and having great meals. You can explore various tourist attractions in this small Wisconsin town at the summer’s end. If you spend a few days in Bayfield, this small town is ready to keep you busy and bring astonishing scenes. So, book your ticket and get ready for a beautiful trip to Wisconsin. Here are the ten interesting, end-of-summer fun things to do in Bayfield, Wisconsin.

8-Point Checklist for Getting Ready For College This Fall

Getting into college is difficult and involves so many steps that it can quickly become overwhelming. Luckily, you can consult many online resources to help you find colleges, send out applications, pack your things to move to the student dorms, and so on. To help you remember all these steps, here’s a getting ready for college checklist to give you a head start this fall.

44 Seasons of the Tasty Bay Port Fish Sandwich Festival 2022

Bay Port, Michigan – As late summer rolls around the days get a bit shorter and the evenings around the campfire can have a bit of chill in the air. It’s also a festival season! If you’re in the Upper Thumb the first weekend in August, head to Bay Port. The Bay Port Fish Sandwich Festival is the granddaddy of them all. Since 1978 folks have come in and lined up for a fish sandwich that “takes two hands to hold one.” At $4.00 it’s a deal. It’s a family-friendly event but its proximity to the historic Bay Port Inn makes thoughts of having a “short one” prior to hitting the craft booths not uncommon.

Famous Indiana Foods – We Found 10 Of the Best

Indiana has been a state for a long time. It is one of the first states created for the Northwest Territories and is known for its superb agriculture. So, what are some famous Indiana foods? As Indiana shares its southern border with Kentucky, there is a southern influence in many famous dishes. The Hoosier State is renowned for many foods, but some stand out more than others. In this article, we’ll explore ten different foods that are iconic to our fair state.

Best Places To Travel In Europe In 2022 – 11 Memorable Vacation Destinations

European nations and thriving cities are well-known for their tourist attractions, exhibition halls, dining, nightlife, and other amenities. There is so much to do when considering places to travel in Europe. From England to France, Germany to Italy. If you enjoy exploring new places, you can go scuba diving, hiking, camping, and many other activities. You can go shopping or see an opera in Vienna. The Eiffel Tower in Paris or going for Switzerland tour packages would be the first place that comes to mind if you plan a first-time trip to Europe. Athens in Greece, one of the top holiday destinations in Europe, is the ideal location to explore the heyday of Classical Antiquity.

What Is Michigan Known For? – 20 Little-Known, But Eye-Opening Trivia Tidbits

Michigan is an excellent place to vacation, live, and play. But it also is a land of firsts. So we found this set of amazing little tidbits of obscure trivia on what is Michigan known for. This set of “firsts” is primarily in the automotive, shipping, and transportation area. But, we are always hunting for other Michigan trivia, so I expect this list to grow well beyond these.

Michigan’s Upper Peninsula – Spectacular Lodging & 7 Unforgettable Events and Attractions

Did you know that Michigan’s Upper Peninsula (UP) plays host to one of the oldest cities in the United States? Sault Ste. Marie was founded by French traders and missionaries in 1668. The “Soo” is the fourteenth oldest city in the US. In the present, when everything seems to connect, the UP seems a world apart. It showcases a beautiful mix of ever-changing natural surroundings with a forested region. It also has three major lakes that make a spectacular view. Lake Superior is to the north, while Lake Michigan and Huron cover much of the south.