Quick wake up, quick breakfast and spend time with the dog
PODCASTS, PODCASTS & PODCASTS! 1 hour with Richard Fidler from Conversations
A cup of tea and using Trello planner to plan for the day. Listing all the tasks, emails and people to follow up.
Respond to a variety of emails ranging from Hair Pin Banksia presentation invites, requests to work with Koalas on French Island or someone has decided to remove vegetation on Crown Land with no permit.
Drive to a conservation reserve to feed/survey the Helmeted Honeyeater (HeHo).
Prepare HeHo food, head out to the site with team mates and put out food. Record the birds feeding at the station by their leg band. Once finished, head back to the office.
Respond to customer enquiries. Examples could be coastal crown land boundaries enquiries, land management enquiries, Committee of Management enquiries.
Seek advice on a Crown Land boundary, native title, coastal land from a planning specialist colleague, for a customer enquiry.
Meeting to debrief on one of a variety of projects (e.g. stakeholder analysis, crown land assessment, native vegetation removal permits).
Send off final emails/call councils for advice on a range of topics/seek advice from other colleagues
Leave work – 1 more hour of Richard Fidler podcast.
Prepare a delicious dinner full of veggie goodness
Yoga and meditation – most important part of the day!
Read and bed.
A few tips.