Category: blogeverydayofjune

When is a job, a profession or a calling?

When its not just about the 9-5. I got thinking about it this morning as I was checking work email. Yes, Sunday morning and I’m checking work email and I’m not expected at work until Monday. So I got thinking about what a job is, when a job becomes a profession and when it is …

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Postponing the dream

I turned 46 years old last week.  No big deal in most ways. I got over most of the stuff about being in my mid 40s the previous year, when on surveys and questionnaires I suddenly went from the 40-44 box to the 45-49 box. (had a good day though, thanks everyone for the Twitter …

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Community ownership

This morning I got a call from my mum, saying she had seen on the news that there had been a fire at my kids’ school. A bit of quick research on my part and we discovered that overnight, a fire had severely damaged the new gym. The gym has taken 18 months to build, …

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Connections

Hi, Day 2, hope you have survived Day 1 of Blog Every Day of June. If you’re interested, you’ll be able to check out a daily summary of what’s been talked about on various participants blogs at Libraries Interact. I was inspired for this post by a video compiled by Kathryn Greenhill of Librarians Matter. …

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Separating out our online lives

I’ll start off with a gentle warning. Your feed reader/email box is going to suffer an influx from myself and many other Australian Library bloggers as we participate in the 2nd Annual Blog Every Day of June. Last year I was in an Acting Branch Manager role, early days, so I had something to talk …

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