What is your profession?
I am currently a 2nd-year law student and a Dean Rusk International Law Center Student Ambassador.
Why did you decide to create a blog?
I have always been interested in coding. I started using HTML at 11 on my Myspace page, and my interest has grown from that point. I also enjoy helping others, and I believe sharing my experiences is a great way to accomplish that goal. Furthermore, I believe that my experiences will inspire others to obtain their goals. Lastly, a blog is a great way to publish more in-depth posts and to reach a broader base of people. My social media pages are restricted to people that I know.
What is the purpose of this blog?
The purpose of this blog is to write about my experiences in an attempt to help others navigate their own related experience.
Can I use your images and recipes on my website, school paper, etc.?
I work really hard to provide unique content for my viewers. All of the content and images are copyrighted, which means you need permission to use them. If you want to share an image or a recipe please limit yourself to one image and link back to chanelchauvet.com or to the post url directly. Reposting or sharing a direct link to my blog (via Facebook or some other online format) is always permitted when in good taste. When in doubt, just send an email to ask. You can also check out © 2017 Chanel Chauvet. All rights reserved.Copyright and Disclaimer page for further assistance. Thank you!
I have a business inquiry. What is your business contact information?
Feel free to reach me here or at email@example.com
How often do you update your blog?
I will update the different sections a few times a month.
I will update the Travel categories per the schedule below:
Germany: End of September 2016
England: End of October 2016
France: End of November 2016 and after the holiday season
Where will you travel next?
As stated above, the purpose of this blog is to write about my experiences in an attempt to help others navigate their own related experience. As such, I will only write about what has already come to pass. Therefore, I will never announce my next initiative until it is completed. After all, Proverbs 27 states “Do not brashly announce what you’re going to do tomorrow; you do not know the first thing about tomorrow.”