A toddler was raped in the Northern Territory, and has been ruled to have been at “foreseeable risk” by a case report – after a commissioner found 52 child protection notification reports relating to the children in the family, dating back to 2002
Not much changed in my bullet journal this week, except that I cut the week days down to one page, merging the weekend as indistinct days – it is rare that I require a distinction between the two, as not many tasks are set for one day specifically. I attached a post-it note to give me some extra space to note down homework/study tasks and assignments.
My poem for this week is The Old Gods Are Lost: Demeter. It is interesting to examine a modern world through the eyes of a figure from Ancient Greek and Hellenic mythology.
A quick favour: if you liked this post, please share this – I even made a feature image for you! You may not think so, but I’m just starting out and every little helps! I am keeping the Skull Sessions as a staple, so if you did like it, please drop in next week to see more of this content.
Look to the present with the future in mind, and to the future with the past in mind.
What is a skull session? A skull session is a meeting for discussion and sharing information and ideas, which is a pretty cool way to sum up what I’m trying to achieve (yeah, yeah, my emo teen is coming out I know).