Returning to the blog

After a year feeling too uninspired to keep contributing to the existing blog, this is a fresh start. Having recently left NSW DEC to enjoy some time off and become a house dad, I’ve realised how much I miss contributing to the education space either through work or this blog. I’ve always ensured what is published on the blog was independent of work, and now there is no conflict of interest- another reason to re-engage. Doing domestic things over the past few months has been rewarding (talking twenty years of neglect there), but something has been wanting- an outlet for at least my own writing (not to presume a flurry of conversations anytime soon). So goodbye-Blog de Blog (that was a red wine moment) after four years and lets see how ‘View from the outside‘ works-for me and hopefully a few other past followers.

 

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About thand

I'm a currently working at NSW Departrment of Education & Training, Connected Classrooms Program, Sydney.
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2 Responses to Returning to the blog

  1. ZaidLearn says:

    Just keep on blogging and sharing….. The act of sharing is learning :)

    Now that you are a house dad, you might even spark some totally stunning new ideas from a different context. Just try to mash-up your new life and explore a different side of learning… In short… Joining the blogging (knowledge sharing) sphere is like joining the mafia. When join, you can’t quit (If you do…)! Have fun sharing again :)

    We all benefit together!

    Cheers!

  2. Slamdunk says:

    I hope you enjoy the new direction, and good luck with rediscovering your blog.

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