Hey fellow bloggers,
I’ll keep this short and sweet but for those of you who don’t know me, my name is Chloe, I’m eighteen and live in Sydney, Australia.
I’m currently in my first year at University of Technology Sydney studying Property Economics. To be honest I kind of stumbled across this course while looking for the UAC number for International and Global Studies. But after discovering it I quickly made it my first preference and am glad I did so. I enjoy it greatly, which is a lot more than most of my friends say about their course, and I have found each subject to be useful, engaging and interesting!
But now that we’ve got the basics covered I guess I should say what I’m interested in. I enjoy travelling and I try to spend as much of my holidays doing so. So far I’ve been able to visit 24 countries and my favourite has been Morocco and Iceland. If you ever get the chance to go to either of these countries I encourage you to do so.
I could probably write pages on this blog about travelling (and would probably find it easier), but this isn’t a travel blog in case you haven’t realised. This blog is actually worth a huge chunk of my mark for Digital Built Environment, 50% to be exact. It’s created so I can critically evaluate and “vent” about different guest speakers each week and their use of IT and its application to the construction and property world. To be honest, this is my first time blogging and I find it a daunting and somewhat intimidating process. With the uprise of professional bloggers, it seems as if almost everyone is a blogger, and then there’s me who just struggled for two hours to make my header (or is it called a banner? Not too sure). I’m a rookie at this so bare with me and hopefully I will slowly improve over the next coming weeks.
Ps: that’s me in the Sahara desert on a camel who hated me.