My Book About Coronavirus

My Book About Coronavirus

During April and May of 2020, I have been gathering my thoughts about the coronavirus pandemic. I have gathered them to make sense of them. For myself. But also, as a speech pathologist, for young people with whom I and my colleagues work. For them, too. I have...
The Composting of Where You’ve Been

The Composting of Where You’ve Been

Do you remember The Man from Snowy River? Or more specifically the blog I wrote about a paper I gave at the 2019 Australian and New Zealand Supreme and High Court Judges’ Conference? The presentation at that conference has led to the great privilege and opportunity to...
This Really Was Something

This Really Was Something

Mossy Willow Farm is a thriving market garden on the southern coast of Victoria. It uses regenerative, no-till practices and feeds more than 500 people a week. Building nutrient-rich soil is central to Mossy Willow’s methodology, which in turn creates an abundance of...
There is nothing I can do…

There is nothing I can do…

I love reading. My pile of reading climbs up and up, not so as to overwhelm me with doubt and despair about my inaction, but to remind me that there is so much to read and I must act whenever and wherever possible.   So one of the places I was reading this week...