Month: July 2021

Mushroom Supernova – Heroic Journeys into Tangential Learning in Temperamental Times and Temperate Places.

“The small two-way lane dipped down from the railway station at Woking. It was called White Rose Lane and travels the short journey to the road junction where you turn right to Old Woking or left to West Byfleet. Near that junction, on the… Continue Reading “Mushroom Supernova – Heroic Journeys into Tangential Learning in Temperamental Times and Temperate Places.”

Reflections – Robert Lustig’s Metabolical Chapter 5 and O’Hehir University’s recent interview with me.

It’s been quite a while since I’ve had the opportunity to put finger to key pad, a combination of employment changes and a hip operation ( not mine I hasten to add ) has seen little to no time to reflect, until now. Many… Continue Reading “Reflections – Robert Lustig’s Metabolical Chapter 5 and O’Hehir University’s recent interview with me.”

Go Ahead - Feed the Animal

Yes, Bears do. (Can't speak for the Pope though.)

Whole Dental Health

A first person living publication reflecting new learning landscapes of my professional and personal development in dental health

Dr. Danenberg

Nutritional Periodontist

mcbrewer

Brewing techniques, beer and the ins and outs of running a small brewery in Northland NZ.

Pinotoriously Hoppy NZ

Pinot in all its glory, cool Kiwi craft beer plus shitz and giggles of course.

dharma shed

In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the experts there are few – Shunryu Suzuki

The Science of Human Potential

Understanding how to be the best you can be. Professor Grant Schofield.

chat2lrn

Conversations to take learning forward

Talekeeper

History never really says "goodbye", it instead says "see you later".

Loire De Da - Old and New World Wine Adventures

The Land, It's People and their Wine

Off The Plot in New Zealand - The Ongoing Journey

Abiding in a life rich in experiences from the leafy down lands of Surrey to the warmer climbs of Nelson