Now that I’m on my own hosting, I’ve decided to fully explore the many features of WordPress. I’ve been introduced {by myself, haha} to the wonderful world of plugins and since then, I’ve been on a plugin rampage.
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Definition: “Plugins are pieces of code created with the purpose of expanding the functionalities of a software, in this case of WordPress. There are literally thousands of WordPress plugins already created, solving a wide range of problems and needs.”

  • Google Reader: Instead of copying and pasting links and making them into a Weekend Reading post, I can just tag the posts I love and they show up on the right sidebar {check out the What I’m Reading section”}
  • Insert Headers and Footers: Allows me to insert code into the header or footer of my blog. This is convenient if you’d like to have Google Analytics on your site or blog without inserting the code on each individual page
  • Google Analyticator: Installs Google Analytics

I laughed out loud when I read Yes and Yes’s (Yes’? Yeses?) tips on 5 Steps to Up Your Personal Dignity.

Speaking of Yes and Yes- anyone buying the Post College Survival Kit 2012 course and workbook? Apparently a lot of people relate to post-college struggles, because my

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