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Dentistry and bees seem unlikely bedfellows. My continuing professional developmental journey has a tangential angle benefitting from new changes to our recertification guidelines. Personal development is now aligned to workplace professional growth without needing to complete a target of verifiable learning. During this period… Continue Reading “Beekeeping beginnings – A reflection on new knowledge, aligned to my personal learning goals and values￼”
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A First Person Living Publication Project Reflecting Both Personal and Professional Developmental Changes in the Life of a Dental Hygienist
Brewing techniques, beer and the ins and outs of running a small brewery in Northland NZ.
Pinot in all its glory, cool Kiwi craft beer plus shitz and giggles of course.
In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the experts there are few – Shunryu Suzuki
Understanding how to be the best you can be. Professor Grant Schofield.
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Conversations to take learning forward
History never really says "goodbye", it instead says "see you later".
The Land, It's People and their Wine
Abiding in a life rich in experiences from the leafy down lands of Surrey to the warmer climbs of Nelson