It’s a wrap #blogjune day 30

Image from page 16 of “Sunny rhymes for happy children. : Rhymes” (1917). Retrieved from flickr commons

Variety is the spice of life, and over the last 30 days the variety of topics covered has been a delicious concoction of ideas from many people all over the world of library and information management. If you haven’t already seen some of the posts and comments  I invite you to have a browse, not only here but also on the other blogs participating in #blogjune (just follow the hashtag). Thankyou for all of you who posted, commented, shared, and liked. Especially to @petradumbell for inviting CURTIS to participate in #blogjune, and to all of our members who put their hand up to contribute – it has been a collective effort! Many hands make life work 😉



Decision fatigue #blogjune day 16

It’s a thing, this decision fatigue, and I think I’ve got it today! What with juggling all the things that we each do in our lives it’s no wonder there is such a thing. Over the first half of #blogjune there have been some interesting thought provoking discussions, and I need to catch up on reading and responding to some of the comments, not just on the CURTIS blog but other #blogjuners too, so I propose today can be a day of reflection on the topics and conversations we’ve been having lately.