Recently, I worked with a local micro-business to strategise their social media campaign. Before we started she found herself wasting time on Facebook, feeling reactive, lost on how to measure her engagement, and not even sure if it was helping her business.
Richard Louv’s iconic book “Last Child in the Woods” coined the phrase ‘nature-deficit disorder’ and has been a staple read for many outdoor educators since 2005. Packed with 100 actions to spur individuals into progressing their communities, schools and families and striving to bring young people and the outdoors closer together it’s no wonder that it’s […]
Each morning Ted Talks serves up a platter of delicious ideas that I have with my breakfast. It’s brain food that I love consuming each day, presented by some of the best thought leaders of today. If you don’t get a regular dose of Ted already I suggest you check it out.
So a few days ago I was at the Springvale Homemaker Centre, checking out their baby change room, when I stumbled across this month’s copy of Melbourne Child – a free parenting magazine that prints almost 130,000 copies a month.