Use language appropriate to audience and situation in a personal document.

Scenario: Imagine that you have graduated with your degree and are currently working as a Practice Manager where the hospital that you work at has recognized your writing skills and would like you to share your knowledge by writing an informal blog post that helps first year students in your field of study to learn about or deal with one specific problem they might face in their future profession. The blog post will be published on the University website and will be read by many students. 
Directions: Select a problem or challenge in your field of study that is relevant to first year students in your field of study. Be sure that you select a challenge or problem that you have personal experience with.
Then write a 4-5 paragraph blog post that informs your audience about this issue and how it might be relevant to them and their success as a future professional, as well as how they can address the issue when they face it as professionals.
You could, if you are in law enforcement, for example, write to law enforcement students and help them to deal with the stress they might face on the job as a future law enforcement officer. If you are an early childhood education professional, you could write to future teachers to help them to motivate a particular type of challenging student. 
You may use one but not more than one outside source to help support your ideas, but the focus is on establishing your point and sharing your knowledge and specific, relevant personal experience with this challenge or problem.
Use appropriately informal language, rather than writing a formal research paper. If you do use a source, you must still cite it using a recognized academic citation formatting style. Your blog post should be between 45 paragraphs long, or around 600700 words.