What a Way to Finish the Year!

A week ago I was gifted with the most perfect challenge to round out 2016. With my mantra this year being ‘Remembering to Rumble’ (adopted after reading Brené Brown’s book Rising Strong), I couldn’t of scripted a more appropriate test for what I’ve been practicing all year long. The rumble happens within the stories. Those we tell ourselves, others and the world around us. It showed up for me this year as a willingness to get curious around, challenge and reality check the narratives I create as often as possible in real time. “THE RUMBLE: OWNING OUR STORY – Get honest about the stories we’re making up about our struggle, then challenge these confabulations and assumptions to determine what’

Permission to Struggle

I could sense this struggle was going to be an important one. And that it definitely needed to happen. I could also sense that the accompanying teacher was really curious about what was unfolding. And she was also fighting an internal battle of wanting to ‘fix’. “For after all, the best thing one can do when it is raining is let it rain.” – Henry W. Longfellow This was during the first major challenge in our morning session on our last program day for the year. The Year 5 cohort got to choose who they’d undertake these set of activities with and were spread out in the hall in teams of 4. The teacher commented how interesting it was that a lot of the other groups had taken my advice of not n

We're Live - Thank You

​​ The 2016 school year has been so much fun. Lately though, alongside facilitating our program experiences, there’s been time for exciting new connections and opportunities (like in last week’s post ‘Buzzing’), strategic planning and program development, making sure we thank all the incredible school communities we’ve had the privilege of supporting again this year, and of course going live with our new website. Have fun exploring it, then we’d love to hear from you with any feedback you’ve got. “Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.” – William Arthur Ward We love it (this is version 3 since launching a few years ago), and we are so thankful t


What an amazing week! It was definitely one that was full of moments that left me buzzing. From spending a weekend away for a friend’s birthday, an inspiring meeting with the woman who runs student leadership at the University of Wollongong, fantastic program days with new and existing clients, and finally a friend’s joyous and connection filled wedding yesterday, I was left with so many reminders as to what’s most important as we navigate our journeys of potential. “Joy is not in things; it is in us.” – Richard Wagner The tree swing I’m on above was from the weekend away for my friend’s birthday. It was such a playful weekend (not surprising I guess with the amount of Outdoor Ed leaders who

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