Posts by JonRault 3
Now I fly under the radar here in WA for the most part so most of you wont be aware that I work in biodiversity conservation. For several years now I have also been enrolled as a part-time distance-learning student at Manchester Metropolitan University on a Master of Science (MSc) course in Biological Recording and Ecological Monitoring. Balancing working fulltime and studying has been a real challenge but so incredibly rewarding and I have learned so much. It really has helped me be so much be
When it comes to creating content, many of us will have days when we struggle with procrastination, or find it difficult to concentrate and stay focused on the task at hand. Being a bit of a perfectionist/procrastinator myself, I know how much of an obstacle this can be.My search for an effective solution to this problem has led me to test a number of strategies and techniques over the years. As I am sure many other WA members will also come up against this problem at one time or another, I tho
While browsing a news website during my lunch break I came across an article about a German celebrity chef who was serving tiny portions of haute cuisine from a miniature dolls house in a Christmas market. Jan-Philipp Cleusters has been giving out miniature meals to passers by in order to raise awareness about poverty and hunger. The tiny samples he has been handing out contain roughly the same number of calories as the daily diet of a starving child living in East Africa.It was shocking to see