On Sept 2nd, I started on a challenge to run 5km in under 25 minutes, a goal of running a 5 minute/km average. I ‘m not a huge fan of exercise, least of all running so I started skating. That first week, I skated over 50km. As great as that sounds, it wasn’t the idea of getting […]
It’s Australia Day and it’s always nice to celebrate what’s great about Australia. Sure, we’re not the perfect nation and we have our flaws but Australia Day is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the things we love.
This year’s resolution is better known as a Nike slogan. A bloke at church was sharing about his recent trip to Myanmar and how “Just Do It” was the focus of the trip. Now, I’m going to use it as this year’s new year resolution.
There’s a whole lot of talk about GMO’s and organic farming popping up again on my Facebook news feed and each time it happens, I come to a cross roads. I can certainly see the benefits of moving away from our wide spread monoculture farming systems. Spending 3 years working on large broad-acre dry-land and irrigation farms has given me a […]
If you’ve ever had anyone ‘famous’ call you would be able to relate to my experience. Earlier in the year, I got an email from the Microsoft Bing PR team to ask if I was interested in helping them promote a photography competition in the US in celebration of World Photography Day.
A few days ago, a mate of mine asked me “So I’m curious, how’d you get so good at photography? Like, who taught you? Or is there any tips you can share?” I started to think about it and realised it could turn into an essay… So here it is!
Having a big idea is pretty cool but having someone sharing about your big idea is another experience all together. What an incredible privilige it has been to share a little about the little project I started in 2009. Here’s the full article by Stephen Easton.
Yesterday, I was browsing around on the internet for the first time in over 8 weeks. Heck, it’s probably the second day that I’ve had off work in the same period of time. Floating around, I came across the blog of Mara Wilson