9/30 – Getting back on track

Having just posted yesterday’s #blogjune post, it feels like I’m slowly getting back on track again.  Tonight feels like it has been productive – house is fairly organised, am about to make tomorrow’s lunchboxes, and my base recount is done.  The latter is designed to help me with my exam this Saturday, and I have…

7/30 – Kiwi flashback to the 80s #blogjune

Growing up in the 80s I remember Dad singing this to Mum and being just as cheeky about it at times.  (I love that Māori men giggle).  It was one of my Dad’s favourite songs and as we’re catching up with Mum in Whanganui today it seems timely to post too. Miss you Dad xx.…

5/30 – Here a MOOC, there a MOOC

Day 5 of #blogjune and it feels like I’ve stalled already.  What on earth am I going to blog about today?  In hindsight, I should have noted down all of the ideas I had on Monday afternoon for moments just like this. Anyhoo, I think I’ll go with the main thing I’ve been doing today…

4/30 – Gratitude

A few months ago I was reminded about the wonderful things in my life by someone fairly new that I had met.  As an outsider, her general observations were spot on – it is wonderful!  So my post for #blogjune today is to acknowledge, what, or more specifically, who I am thankful for.  I expect…

3/30 – Infographics and Te Reo Māori

I find I am constantly looking for ways to improve my recall when learning Te Reo Māori.  One of the more challenging aspects of the language is remembering ‘who is who’ when it comes to using personal pronouns.  The other day I stumbled across a short article about creating instructographics and thought I would try…