This is from a great episode of the ChangeLog podcast that interviews Tim Bell, the founder and creator of CS Unplugged: a collection of free teaching material that teaches computer science through engaging games and puzzles. I struggle with how much… Continue Reading →
I wish we’d stop glorifying Startup culture and start celebrating the many successful, happy, bootstrapped and lifestyle businesses that exist.
The impact of a simpler, freer life is clear. How much do we miss out on experiences because of caution, rules, expectations? Perhaps, sometimes, the risk of ‘going ropeless’ is worth it.
Isaac’s new room – November 2015. I’m not sure how we fitted in this redecoration project, but we did. It’s green!!!! (There’s a funky blackboard-wall out of view too. He’s taken to it really well and is sleeping in there on the first night after we finished it. YAY!!!
Here’s a quick interesting thing. I’ve been wondering about whether or not anyone does split testing in the real world with physical things. For those that don’t know, split testing is where you do an experiment where you change something… Continue Reading →
I recently discovered the trait of High Sensitivity – it’s been a revelation to me and my family. Here’s why.
A bunch of incomplete thoughts about the openness and commercialisation of WordPress
With a pre-schooler, a simple activity, like trying to plug a hose into a water butt, turns into a mind-bending philosophical monologue.