On Monday night three exciting things happened. I discovered what it’s like to be in the Q&A audience, I caught up with a friend I hadn’t seen in six years AND I appeared on live, national television with the biggest resting bitch face ever.
I’ve always been interested in politics. I was that kid at school that kept banging on about the importance of voting (and why drawing a donkey on your vote is not a good idea). I guess it’s no surprise I manage a Youth Parliament program for a living. Continue reading “Democracy is not a spectator sport – get in the game” →
I’ve been getting a bit sentimental lately. Oaktree is growing up and I’m feeling a bit like a mother hen. Continue reading “A walk down memory lane – six years taking the LBL challenge” →