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November 12, 2017

It was probably the third time my GP had ‘the talk’ with me about postnatal depression that I decided to listen and not shrug her off with a I’ll deal-with-it-if-it-happens attitude. My GP has known me through several rubbish relationships, and subsequent crappy breakups over the last 15 years. She’s known of my Mumming ambitions[…]

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October 30, 2017

Getting your proverbial ‘shit together’ seems to be the catch cry of several psychologists and coaches around the traps eager to appeal to the millennial-urban-hipster-creative type and get them into the therapy room or funky workshop. But honestly who actually wants to get their shit in order? What is the point of having crap –[…]

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August 1, 2017

I became a Mum at the end of March {crowd cheers}. My uncomplicated conception and pregnancy was followed by an equally straightforward birth and fourth trimester {applause}. Here’s a follow up to my initial blog where I surveyed my friends on the basics of having a baby, and what happened next.   1. BIRTH I managed[…]

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March 25, 2017

Unsolicited advice: it’s just par for the course in pregnancy and motherhood. I was ready for it, I was also ready to shut it down – not only because it can be presumptuous and overwhelming but because it happens so randomly it’s hard to capture and make sense of – like being hijacked by a[…]

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November 30, 2016

Ten. Freaking. Years. That’s how long I have been using Facebook for.  A whole decade, which is about one quarter of my life.

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July 10, 2016

There has been lots of discussion recently as many School Counsellors recognise the importance of maintaining their teaching accreditation with BOSTES. Here is a basic breakdown of the issues, as I see them.  <READ DISCLAIMER AT THE BOTTOM> School Counsellors are dually qualified as both teachers and psychologists (or at the very least are eligible[…]

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June 8, 2016

There are few people left who haven’t heard of TED talks by now. In fact, I think about 20% of the tertiary education population have probably given a TEDx talk somewhere. There’s a growing number of talks on technology use, its impacts on society, behaviour and learning. Some are zingers, with great evidence backed ideas[…]

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April 20, 2016

The lack of empirical evidence used in this blog. The use of anecdotes as evidence to pathologize technology use. The fact not one single study (even one done by a social media platform to create good PR) is being quoted. The assertions being raised with emotive language. The listicle title. The fact good intentions of[…]

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November 12, 2017

It was probably the third time my GP had ‘the talk’ with me about postnatal depression that I decided to listen and not shrug her off with a I’ll deal-with-it-if-it-happens attitude. My GP has known me through several rubbish relationships, and subsequent crappy breakups over the last 15 years. She’s known of my Mumming ambitions[…]

READ MORE

October 30, 2017

Getting your proverbial ‘shit together’ seems to be the catch cry of several psychologists and coaches around the traps eager to appeal to the millennial-urban-hipster-creative type and get them into the therapy room or funky workshop. But honestly who actually wants to get their shit in order? What is the point of having crap –[…]

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August 1, 2017

I became a Mum at the end of March {crowd cheers}. My uncomplicated conception and pregnancy was followed by an equally straightforward birth and fourth trimester {applause}. Here’s a follow up to my initial blog where I surveyed my friends on the basics of having a baby, and what happened next.   1. BIRTH I managed[…]

READ MORE

March 25, 2017

Unsolicited advice: it’s just par for the course in pregnancy and motherhood. I was ready for it, I was also ready to shut it down – not only because it can be presumptuous and overwhelming but because it happens so randomly it’s hard to capture and make sense of – like being hijacked by a[…]

READ MORE

November 30, 2016

Ten. Freaking. Years. That’s how long I have been using Facebook for.  A whole decade, which is about one quarter of my life.

READ MORE

July 10, 2016

There has been lots of discussion recently as many School Counsellors recognise the importance of maintaining their teaching accreditation with BOSTES. Here is a basic breakdown of the issues, as I see them.  <READ DISCLAIMER AT THE BOTTOM> School Counsellors are dually qualified as both teachers and psychologists (or at the very least are eligible[…]

READ MORE

June 8, 2016

There are few people left who haven’t heard of TED talks by now. In fact, I think about 20% of the tertiary education population have probably given a TEDx talk somewhere. There’s a growing number of talks on technology use, its impacts on society, behaviour and learning. Some are zingers, with great evidence backed ideas[…]

READ MORE

April 20, 2016

The lack of empirical evidence used in this blog. The use of anecdotes as evidence to pathologize technology use. The fact not one single study (even one done by a social media platform to create good PR) is being quoted. The assertions being raised with emotive language. The listicle title. The fact good intentions of[…]

READ MORE

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November 12, 2017

It was probably the third time my GP had ‘the talk’ with me about postnatal depression that I decided to listen and not shrug her off with a I’ll deal-with-it-if-it-happens attitude. My GP has known me through several rubbish relationships, and subsequent crappy breakups over the last 15 years. She’s known of my Mumming ambitions[…]

READ MORE

October 30, 2017

Getting your proverbial ‘shit together’ seems to be the catch cry of several psychologists and coaches around the traps eager to appeal to the millennial-urban-hipster-creative type and get them into the therapy room or funky workshop. But honestly who actually wants to get their shit in order? What is the point of having crap –[…]

READ MORE

August 1, 2017

I became a Mum at the end of March {crowd cheers}. My uncomplicated conception and pregnancy was followed by an equally straightforward birth and fourth trimester {applause}. Here’s a follow up to my initial blog where I surveyed my friends on the basics of having a baby, and what happened next.   1. BIRTH I managed[…]

READ MORE

March 25, 2017

Unsolicited advice: it’s just par for the course in pregnancy and motherhood. I was ready for it, I was also ready to shut it down – not only because it can be presumptuous and overwhelming but because it happens so randomly it’s hard to capture and make sense of – like being hijacked by a[…]

READ MORE

November 30, 2016

Ten. Freaking. Years. That’s how long I have been using Facebook for.  A whole decade, which is about one quarter of my life.

READ MORE

July 10, 2016

There has been lots of discussion recently as many School Counsellors recognise the importance of maintaining their teaching accreditation with BOSTES. Here is a basic breakdown of the issues, as I see them.  <READ DISCLAIMER AT THE BOTTOM> School Counsellors are dually qualified as both teachers and psychologists (or at the very least are eligible[…]

READ MORE

June 8, 2016

There are few people left who haven’t heard of TED talks by now. In fact, I think about 20% of the tertiary education population have probably given a TEDx talk somewhere. There’s a growing number of talks on technology use, its impacts on society, behaviour and learning. Some are zingers, with great evidence backed ideas[…]

READ MORE

April 20, 2016

The lack of empirical evidence used in this blog. The use of anecdotes as evidence to pathologize technology use. The fact not one single study (even one done by a social media platform to create good PR) is being quoted. The assertions being raised with emotive language. The listicle title. The fact good intentions of[…]

READ MORE

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November 12, 2017

It was probably the third time my GP had ‘the talk’ with me about postnatal depression that I decided to listen and not shrug her off with a I’ll deal-with-it-if-it-happens attitude. My GP has known me through several rubbish relationships, and subsequent crappy breakups over the last 15 years. She’s known of my Mumming ambitions[…]

October 30, 2017

Getting your proverbial ‘shit together’ seems to be the catch cry of several psychologists and coaches around the traps eager to appeal to the millennial-urban-hipster-creative type and get them into the therapy room or funky workshop. But honestly who actually wants to get their shit in order? What is the point of having crap –[…]

August 1, 2017

I became a Mum at the end of March {crowd cheers}. My uncomplicated conception and pregnancy was followed by an equally straightforward birth and fourth trimester {applause}. Here’s a follow up to my initial blog where I surveyed my friends on the basics of having a baby, and what happened next.   1. BIRTH I managed[…]

March 25, 2017

Unsolicited advice: it’s just par for the course in pregnancy and motherhood. I was ready for it, I was also ready to shut it down – not only because it can be presumptuous and overwhelming but because it happens so randomly it’s hard to capture and make sense of – like being hijacked by a[…]

November 30, 2016

Ten. Freaking. Years. That’s how long I have been using Facebook for.  A whole decade, which is about one quarter of my life.

July 10, 2016

There has been lots of discussion recently as many School Counsellors recognise the importance of maintaining their teaching accreditation with BOSTES. Here is a basic breakdown of the issues, as I see them.  <READ DISCLAIMER AT THE BOTTOM> School Counsellors are dually qualified as both teachers and psychologists (or at the very least are eligible[…]

June 8, 2016

There are few people left who haven’t heard of TED talks by now. In fact, I think about 20% of the tertiary education population have probably given a TEDx talk somewhere. There’s a growing number of talks on technology use, its impacts on society, behaviour and learning. Some are zingers, with great evidence backed ideas[…]

April 20, 2016

The lack of empirical evidence used in this blog. The use of anecdotes as evidence to pathologize technology use. The fact not one single study (even one done by a social media platform to create good PR) is being quoted. The assertions being raised with emotive language. The listicle title. The fact good intentions of[…]

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November 12, 2017

It was probably the third time my GP had ‘the talk’ with me about postnatal depression that I decided to listen and not shrug her off with a I’ll deal-with-it-if-it-happens attitude. My GP has known me through several rubbish relationships, and subsequent crappy breakups over the last 15 years. She’s known of my Mumming ambitions[…]

October 30, 2017

Getting your proverbial ‘shit together’ seems to be the catch cry of several psychologists and coaches around the traps eager to appeal to the millennial-urban-hipster-creative type and get them into the therapy room or funky workshop. But honestly who actually wants to get their shit in order? What is the point of having crap –[…]

August 1, 2017

I became a Mum at the end of March {crowd cheers}. My uncomplicated conception and pregnancy was followed by an equally straightforward birth and fourth trimester {applause}. Here’s a follow up to my initial blog where I surveyed my friends on the basics of having a baby, and what happened next.   1. BIRTH I managed[…]

March 25, 2017

Unsolicited advice: it’s just par for the course in pregnancy and motherhood. I was ready for it, I was also ready to shut it down – not only because it can be presumptuous and overwhelming but because it happens so randomly it’s hard to capture and make sense of – like being hijacked by a[…]

November 30, 2016

Ten. Freaking. Years. That’s how long I have been using Facebook for.  A whole decade, which is about one quarter of my life.

July 10, 2016

There has been lots of discussion recently as many School Counsellors recognise the importance of maintaining their teaching accreditation with BOSTES. Here is a basic breakdown of the issues, as I see them.  <READ DISCLAIMER AT THE BOTTOM> School Counsellors are dually qualified as both teachers and psychologists (or at the very least are eligible[…]

June 8, 2016

There are few people left who haven’t heard of TED talks by now. In fact, I think about 20% of the tertiary education population have probably given a TEDx talk somewhere. There’s a growing number of talks on technology use, its impacts on society, behaviour and learning. Some are zingers, with great evidence backed ideas[…]

April 20, 2016

The lack of empirical evidence used in this blog. The use of anecdotes as evidence to pathologize technology use. The fact not one single study (even one done by a social media platform to create good PR) is being quoted. The assertions being raised with emotive language. The listicle title. The fact good intentions of[…]

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November 12, 2017

It was probably the third time my GP had ‘the talk’ with me about postnatal depression that I decided to listen and not shrug her off with a I’ll deal-with-it-if-it-happens attitude. My GP has known me through several rubbish relationships, and subsequent crappy breakups over the last 15 years. She’s known of my Mumming ambitions[…]

READ MORE

October 30, 2017

Getting your proverbial ‘shit together’ seems to be the catch cry of several psychologists and coaches around the traps eager to appeal to the millennial-urban-hipster-creative type and get them into the therapy room or funky workshop. But honestly who actually wants to get their shit in order? What is the point of having crap –[…]

READ MORE

August 1, 2017

I became a Mum at the end of March {crowd cheers}. My uncomplicated conception and pregnancy was followed by an equally straightforward birth and fourth trimester {applause}. Here’s a follow up to my initial blog where I surveyed my friends on the basics of having a baby, and what happened next.   1. BIRTH I managed[…]

READ MORE

March 25, 2017

Unsolicited advice: it’s just par for the course in pregnancy and motherhood. I was ready for it, I was also ready to shut it down – not only because it can be presumptuous and overwhelming but because it happens so randomly it’s hard to capture and make sense of – like being hijacked by a[…]

READ MORE

November 30, 2016

Ten. Freaking. Years. That’s how long I have been using Facebook for.  A whole decade, which is about one quarter of my life.

READ MORE

July 10, 2016

There has been lots of discussion recently as many School Counsellors recognise the importance of maintaining their teaching accreditation with BOSTES. Here is a basic breakdown of the issues, as I see them.  <READ DISCLAIMER AT THE BOTTOM> School Counsellors are dually qualified as both teachers and psychologists (or at the very least are eligible[…]

READ MORE

June 8, 2016

There are few people left who haven’t heard of TED talks by now. In fact, I think about 20% of the tertiary education population have probably given a TEDx talk somewhere. There’s a growing number of talks on technology use, its impacts on society, behaviour and learning. Some are zingers, with great evidence backed ideas[…]

READ MORE

April 20, 2016

The lack of empirical evidence used in this blog. The use of anecdotes as evidence to pathologize technology use. The fact not one single study (even one done by a social media platform to create good PR) is being quoted. The assertions being raised with emotive language. The listicle title. The fact good intentions of[…]

READ MORE

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November 12, 2017

It was probably the third time my GP had ‘the talk’ with me about postnatal depression that I decided to listen and not shrug her off with a I’ll deal-with-it-if-it-happens attitude. My GP has known me through several rubbish relationships, and subsequent crappy breakups over the last 15 years. She’s known of my Mumming ambitions[…]

READ MORE

October 30, 2017

Getting your proverbial ‘shit together’ seems to be the catch cry of several psychologists and coaches around the traps eager to appeal to the millennial-urban-hipster-creative type and get them into the therapy room or funky workshop. But honestly who actually wants to get their shit in order? What is the point of having crap –[…]

READ MORE

August 1, 2017

I became a Mum at the end of March {crowd cheers}. My uncomplicated conception and pregnancy was followed by an equally straightforward birth and fourth trimester {applause}. Here’s a follow up to my initial blog where I surveyed my friends on the basics of having a baby, and what happened next.   1. BIRTH I managed[…]

READ MORE

March 25, 2017

Unsolicited advice: it’s just par for the course in pregnancy and motherhood. I was ready for it, I was also ready to shut it down – not only because it can be presumptuous and overwhelming but because it happens so randomly it’s hard to capture and make sense of – like being hijacked by a[…]

READ MORE

November 30, 2016

Ten. Freaking. Years. That’s how long I have been using Facebook for.  A whole decade, which is about one quarter of my life.

READ MORE

July 10, 2016

There has been lots of discussion recently as many School Counsellors recognise the importance of maintaining their teaching accreditation with BOSTES. Here is a basic breakdown of the issues, as I see them.  <READ DISCLAIMER AT THE BOTTOM> School Counsellors are dually qualified as both teachers and psychologists (or at the very least are eligible[…]

READ MORE

June 8, 2016

There are few people left who haven’t heard of TED talks by now. In fact, I think about 20% of the tertiary education population have probably given a TEDx talk somewhere. There’s a growing number of talks on technology use, its impacts on society, behaviour and learning. Some are zingers, with great evidence backed ideas[…]

READ MORE

April 20, 2016

The lack of empirical evidence used in this blog. The use of anecdotes as evidence to pathologize technology use. The fact not one single study (even one done by a social media platform to create good PR) is being quoted. The assertions being raised with emotive language. The listicle title. The fact good intentions of[…]

READ MORE

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