Living with Dysthymia – 12 Months on

As 2017 rolls to a close, what better way to end the year then a reflection on what was. In October 2016 I wrote an article on ‘Living with Dysthymia’. It’s now over 12 months since I wrote this article. Given the overwhelming response I received when I posted it, I wanted to share some of […]

Merry Christmas 2016 and a happy and safe new years

Hi all – just wanted to take this opportunity to wish everyone an awesome and safe Christmas and an even better News Years. 2016 has been a massive year for me presenting at Moodle Moot in Perth, iMoot and writing my first book. 2017 is set to be even bigger with a new chapter os […]

Looking for elearning instructional design roles Brisbane or Gold Coast

Recently I was made redundant from my position as an eLearning Manager for a very large private RTO (read more here). I’ve been immersing myself in all the usual careers websites including Seek, CareersOne and the QLD Government sites for any Instructional Design or eLearning roles in the Brisbane / Gold Coast area. I’ve still got a […]

Reflections on change in eLearning. What we accomplished

Today I was made redundant from my role as eLearning Manager. Whilst this was a necessity for the company and the changes in the VET industry, I totally understand and accept the redundancy. There is no need to whine about what is, but I do want to reflect on some of the major changes and the […]

Living with Dysthymia – you learn to build a facade

This is very difficult for me, but I wanted to share a secret that only a few people know about me. I have a lot of trouble physically ‘talking’ about these types of things and showing emotion. However I do enjoy writing as it lets me speak though my hands. I’m not looking for sympathy […]

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