In an article published online by the New Zealand Herald on 4 July 2017, entitled “What Becomes of the Broken-Hearted: The Untold Story of Teen Suicide in the North,” I read of the harrowing, silent crises that ordinary New Zealanders face every day. Please take the time to read the article in the link below (PLEASE […]
Well, hello friend. It’s been a while since I’ve written to you. You must forgive me when I say I have been a little occupied recently. Since April, I have found myself working hard as an administrator in the CEO’s office for local government. When I am not constantly printing things and running up and […]
An old piece of writing my homeschool days. “Map out your future – but do it in pencil. The road ahead is as long as you make it. Make it worth the trip.” So said by the country rock star Jon Bon Jovi, this statement is true. Everyone’s life is an extensive, heavily-detailed road map. […]
In a month, I’ll be leaving home for the first time. I just got a full-time job so that I can do my business administration course, and it’s on the other side of town in another district, which means I have to move in order to get myself to work – which is perfectly fine, […]
“It’s crucial that young readers are considering scenarios about humanity’s future, because the challenges are about to land in their laps. I hope they question how elements of the books might be relevant in their own lives. How do you feel about the fact that some people take their next meal for granted when so […]
This is so out of sequence, non-linear, and full of grammatical errors, so please excuse my latest rambling. I am kind of all over the place today. This blog entry is not exactly a proper one (but I guess it makes up for all the times that I’ve taken so long to write a new […]
When I have the time, I will actually sit down and start blogging away properly, but tonight I’m going to be lazy and just upload some pictures of tea…without the cake.