This blog I have not updated in some years. However, it isn’t being neglected. I simply don’t have much to say at the moment that hasn’t already been said, or I’m otherwise learning other aspects of life from everything that I do. I hope that people still find use in the material here and I hope that in the future this also applies; I hope to publish some more material, after some years.
I am, for those that are wondering, still working in the arboricultural sphere. In particular, I am working in the planning and development sphere. This sphere is sometimes a rather rabid beast and there’s a lot to digest. It’s interesting, as I’ve found I’ve learned more about matters not directly associated with arboriculture, though in learning about other matters I have improved vastly in more holistic terms and that has helped me do better in the arboricultural sphere.
That, I think, is the point of this quick post: don’t go through your arboricultural career with puritanical blinkers on, for I think that it’ll be the undoing of things. It may well be the undoing of you, too – sooner or later, anyway.
In saying that, I mean it when I say that the planning and development sphere is rabid. It will devour everything, if it’s not kept in line. Some things are worth devouring and other things are not; and people will disagree until the world ends on what those things are.