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On Writing: A Letter About Socks and Finding Inspiration

A couple of housekeeping notes before we start,

  1. If you like the content on this blog or simply want to buy me coffee and you are too far to do that in person, visit my Ko-Fi page.
  2. Take this 1-minute survey for my curiosity. I am working on a new article on streaming services for this blog. It will be a little different because it is research-based. I want to write about what you think about the fathers of the streaming services like Netflix, and the newcomers like Disney+. Please note that if you leave a comment, they may be published on this website. Feel free to leave your name in there if you’d like a shout. The survey link is here.
  3. Here’s is an additional 30-second survey on Disney Plus. If you’ve already purchased a membership (or not) let me know your thoughts.
  4. It seems like the blog will be quiet until the end of December. Please bear with me until I go through this transitional season of life. Read more about it below.

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Relating Long Distance

Hello to my loyal readers and friends,

Thank you for your tremendous support over the course of my university journey. I can happily inform you that I am very close to graduating, and I have undertaken a valuable experience while doing so: I am conducting undergraduate research on long-distance relationships. Please take 5 minutes to answer the survey below. (Please see if you are eligible to participate)

Are you currently in a long-distance relationship? Do you communicate with your significant other via online communication methods (email, texting applications, online phone or video calls)?
If you answered “yes” for both of these questions, you might be eligible to contribute to a Communications Theory study conducted by a senior MCOM student. At the end of the survey, you will automatically be entered to a draw to win a $10 Starbucks gift card.
Please note– The answers are anonymous, and your information will not be shared with anyone other than the researcher (myself). Click below to participate:

Many thanks,

Hazal