Hallo! I know. Its been a while, I’ve been super busy! I thought I’d better jump in with a quick blog post before a Missing Person notice was issued. I am so glad I actually took a few weeks off before Uni started as I am now so busy. Its going so well but OMG… Read More Hallo!
So as most of you know I’ve gone back to Uni full time. I only decided this about 3 months ago and threw myself into the process much like I usually do with blind faith that it would all work out. It always does right? It is, it’s fine but terrifying. There are lots of… Read More Pre O week. KEENO!
So hot stuff eh?! Funnily enough I have a massive urge for a run today. Like totes massive, but I can’t because I will die. We have some unreasonably hot weather at the moment. I think I read that it’s around 11 degrees hotter than usual. The long and short of it is that it’s… Read More Fark it’s hot!
A few months ago the AMA (Australian Medical Association) dealt a low blow to midwives and they have recently rehashed this. Here’s the lowdown…. Recently there have not been so many women booking in with private obstetricians. There are many reasons for this. The gap for a private obstetrician is big. Its not unusual to… Read More A response to the recent antics of the AMA.
The world is a bit of a mess right now and there are some really ace people writing about it. I really appreciate that and they probably do it heaps better than I ever would but gawd it can get overwhelming. But it’s important! So read it and mix it up with some good stuff… Read More Jeez, the world is a bit messed up right now!
“You are not just selling books. You are providing sanctuary. You are the stewards of sacred spaces.” via ‘A Place of Refuge and Protection’: Roxane Gay Calls on Booksellers to ‘Rise to the Occasion’ — Longreads
I just read an article about the courgette crisis. There has been some bad weather in Spain which is usually the place that British suppliers get their salad leaves, tomatoes, courgettes and Aubergines etc from, at this time of year. The article was very much about how much this was going to affect people as the… Read More Courgette crisis!