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Dyslexia and Me: It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like...

…My organisational skills need a good brush up!

Oh dear, well I haven’t been blogging a lot lately. Trying to find time when working a full-time job is proving to be pretty difficult. 936 more words

Dyslexia

Agenda for 2nd CPN Organising Committee

We have the second meeting of the Critical Physiotherapy Network Organising Committee coming up on Friday at 9am New Zealand time (sans Barbara Gibson who is in Iceland), and I thought it might be good to post up the provisional agenda so that people could let me know of any other things they’d like us to discuss. 154 more words

Critical Physiotherapy Network

The flavour cupboard.

This simple old kitchen cupboard door may seem a bit mundane, and you may be thinking to yourself that it does not really seem worth writing about. 1,494 more words

Cooking

Why the NBHU is the best

This has been published on the Norwich Radical, and was written by myself and the Comms Officer for the NBHU, Fab.

Bartenders, waiters, baristas and other hospitality workers have one thing above all else in common: we are over-worked, under-paid and misrepresented. 1,027 more words

Politics

Meet a Mum Who Studies

I did an interview for the fab new Australian blog and website Mums Who Study.

Here is a link to the full interview.

Beehive Foundation Co-Founder Michael Spiteri is Today's Honoree

In September 2011, Mark and Michael Spiteri, fellow committee member of the Berwick Junior Football Club, and Di Ashton, Head of HR at Cardinia Council met up and developed the plan to formally establish the Beehive Foundation.  256 more words

Award

The heat is on: stay cool and ace Semester 3 study!

For those of you living in Australasia or regions with similar climates, you’ll certainly have noticed the temperatures starting to soar. It’s not too bad but trouble is, it’s difficult to stay glued to your chair long enough to focus and get some serious study done. 627 more words

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