This is already the final post on Spanish habits and customs! So far, I’ve written four posts about this subject, which are linked below (in chronological order):
- My personal connection with the topic
- Case study on the Siesta
- Useful online webpages
- Best online work of 2015
I had never blogged before, so this was quite an experience. I had heard of WordPress before but the ‘blogging world’ was completely new to me. Luckily WordPress turnt out to be an easy platform to use. I liked the experience of blogging, as you had to do some research yourself first and could share that with others later on. However, continuing blogging on a regular basis, which would be beneficial for the number of people following your blog, would be hard, as it is something I know I will forget about once it’s only just for fun.
So far, I have learnt a lot about this topic, especially regarding the background of certain things. I knew some habits of Spanish people, but I found out now why they do the things they do in a certain way – exactly the goal of my blogging. I can therefore really look back on a useful and fun experience, in which I learnt a lot. Not just about my own topic, but also about WordPress, blogging in general and the ‘rules’ associated with it.
In the end, I think that we, together (Cata, Elien, Jana and me) wrote a lot of useful information in a fun way, and I think we can be proud of that.
PS: credits for the featured image go to Merruk!