What are you doing here??

Here is a link to my website: My Wesbite!.

HEY YOU! Are you ready to travel?

Have you tried these crackers?

give these a go, would ya?

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To learn more about me..check out the website you're already on!

Biography Page

Biography of your name


  1. Personal Information
  2. Education
  3. Major
  4. All my travels
  5. Why I'm taking this class

Personal Information

I was born in Columbus, Nebraska and grew up in that area. I lived there all the way up until I went off to college in Council Bluffs, Iowa and eventually to Omaha. My parents are separated and both remarried therefore blessing me with a huge family all over the country. I have lived in Omaha for about two years now and I like it a lot. I work at a restaurant as a server and at the front desk of a gym.


I went to Columbus High School in Columbus, Nebraska. I received my Associate’s degree at Iowa Western Community College. Currently, I am working towards my Bachelor’s degree at University of Nebraska-Omaha.


My major is general administration in Multidisciplinary Studies with my concentrations being in criminal justice and political science.

All my travels

Unfortunately, I have only traveled in the United States and cannot wait to travel international! I’ve traveled to several states in the country including: California, Nevada, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Pennsylvania, Florida, and probably a few more.

Why I'm taking this class

I’m taking this class because, I feel like I would learn a new skill: planning a trip. Traveling is something I would love to do more but there’s a lot more planning that goes on, as well as things to consider during the trip.

Assigned videos

I have watched all the assigned videos so far. YouTube: Long Way Down, Long Way Round, & An Idiot Abroad. I found Where to Invade Next on Amazon Prime Video.

I agree to post all assignments for this course on the web for the professor and other students to view.

Submitted by Samantha Dunn on January 28, 2019.