Well, I’m back working on this blog. Not that anyone noticed I was gone or my blog had gone quiet for the last few months. Life got busy; work and family.
Lots has happened since my last post in October; My family was able to join me in Melbourne, as we had been living apart for the year because of work. I became the Head of Technology KLA at Mooroolbark College. I learnt that a toddler will eventually figure out your iPhone pin if he watches you use it long enough. He will also grow tall enough or learn to move things to climb on, to access all closed doors in the hours. Lots has happened in my life. Work got busy. Family got busy. Something had to be given up in order to find space to make things work. So, I sacrificed this blog and my hobby (well one of them anyway, sorry miniature wargaming!). And thus, balance was found. Or at least a semblance of balance that works for me. Life is good.
This blog’s purpose is staying the same, as it my space to share my rambling thoughts on teaching and technology in the classroom. I am not going to promise regular posts; time is a resource that I have to spend wisely; time is almost more valuable than money. Especially to teachers.
A positive to taking a break for six months, is that I actually have a backlog of half completed thoughts and ideas on a range of subjects to share my thoughts on. Some would call it “content in potentia”, as that I have a lot to mull over and think about and there is a possibility of doing something with it.