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When I was about 12 or 13, I made myself an “Achievements Book”. It had things in it like “managed to flip a pancake by throwing it in the air” (trying to emulate my dad, I eventually got pretty good at this trick), and “got to the end of the street on my unicycle,  245 more words

Unsolicited Advice

"The Dormant Seeds of Winters"

In dormancy of winter we are like the seed have a time for deep thought and contemplation as we await a new awakening that comes in the spring of our life. 222 more words


It's okay to loose a friend.

Not that long ago I became extremely worried that I might be an awful friend. I’ve had a lot of friends over the years. A small few I have fallen out with, some have drifted away and a small portion I would still call my friends today. 688 more words

Evidence For Learning in Australia

In the UK the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) is championed by some as a tool for helping teachers, school leaders and schools to make the best decisions for their students, based on what research and evidence shows. 1,478 more words


Letter To A Younger Me

Dear a younger me,

There are so many things I wish I would have known at your age. So many things I wish I would have seen differently and believed about myself when I was growing up. 457 more words

Recognising Love Away From Home

The sun rays peeked through the blinds as a tinge of illumination; the sky first a rosy pink and then a fiery red, as if the sun was negotiating firmly for its turn to dominate. 705 more words

Food For Thought

Progressing/ Video #3

I want to go through my day learning. If I’m not learning I want to be doing. Executing. I don’t want a minute to go to waste.