A few years ago I heard a teacher complain there weren’t enough Indigenous resources out there. I wrote a post on my education blog about how there are incredible amounts of resources out there and available for free, you just have to know where to look and take the time out to invest in building your knowledge.Continue reading Grateful to public programs
If you’re a member of one of the groups I run, then you will know what the image above is all about.Continue reading Grateful for my online community
Mid-last year our team grew. Amanda who I’d known for a few years but hadn’t really worked closely with joined the Iscariot Media team.Continue reading Grateful to our team
When you look back your life and you think ‘how on earth did I get here?’
A few people I’ve been reading this paste month have referred to different ‘chapters’ in one’s life. It’s sometimes easier, especially when you’re asking yourself, how did I get here, to imagine that there are different chapters. I like that analogy.Continue reading Grateful for the journey
I know this is silly, but I’m really grateful for Golden Syrup and Butter on Fried Scones. Is it worth a grateful post? Hell yes. It’s awesome and I love it.Continue reading Golden Syrup & Butter
It doesn’t cost anything to put on a pair of sneakers and go for a walk. Off you go …. go on .. .what’s stopping you?
Doing it by yourself doesn’t always get you out there and doing it does it? Some people are fantastic at being completely self-driven, others – like me – not so much.Continue reading I’m grateful to parkrun
I started this post writing a list of things I wanted to achieve – a simple check-off list (see below) that I could re-read in December, but the post pivoted to thinking more about the world we live in, and reflecting on how I function in it.Continue reading What’s in store for 2020?