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PLEASE ELABEL PART 1 AND PART 2 PART 1 An “Assignment Forum” is simply an assign
PLEASE ELABEL PART 1 AND PART 2 PART 1 An "Assignment Forum" is simply an assignment you share with your fellow classmates on the discussion board. One way to alleviate some stress you may be feeling is to envision what the future looks like. You will be looking for at least two images from Creative Commons Openverse ( https://wordpress.org/openverse/?referrer=creativecommons.org )that represent your journey after this course. First, select two images that tell us through the images where you see yourself in the next couple of years. To find the photos, follow these directions: 1. Open Creative Commons Openverse. https://wordpress.org/openverse/?referrer=creativecommons.org 2. You should now see a search box. Next to the search box, click on the arrow by "All Content" and change it to "Photos." 3. In the search box, you can add words that represent your journey. 4. Once you find the appropriate photos, make sure to include who created the photo/title of the photo and a link to the photo in the discussion board. If you would like, you can also right-click on the photo, select "copy image" and then paste the photo into your discussion board initial post using Command V. 5. In one or two sentences explain why you feel the images represent you. https://www.thebalancecareers.com/creating-work-life-balance-for-college-students-1986743 PART 2 After doing this week’s Assignment Forum, tell me about your thoughts and feelings as you were doing the assignment. How does your imagined future affect how you view your work-life balance? Did finding the images give you an additional spark to finish the course strong? What was the most surprising thing you learned about your future goals and yourself from the images you selected?

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