Dianne Motton

About Author
Dianne Motton teaches English at a secondary school in Melbourne, has always had a passion for travel and writes quirky stories about what she observes.

ALL ARTICLES FROM Dianne Motton

Community

'I have embarked on a journey, and I don't know the destination'

Dianne Motton dips her toes into the waters of retirement.

Social Networking

The appalling role models influencing younger generations

Dianne Motton wonders what damage social media 'influencers' are doing to the young.

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Travel does at times confront us and make us squirm

Dianne Motton shares a confronting travel tale.

Leisure

Films and books that changed your life

The other day on the radio an announcer asked the audience for the film that had changed their

COVID-19

Retail therapy post COVID

With the to-do list of household chores knocked over during lockdown, what now?

Asia

Life (almost) captured on Saigon streets

Saigon: a feast for the soul, a sensory overload of sights, smells and noise.

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Reflection: Schooling now and then

Teacher Dianne Motton reflects on how the education system has changed over the years.

COVID-19

What stage of grief are you in?

COVID has thrown all of us into a state of grief - we're grieving for our past lives.

COVID-19

Time to give the virus a shake

Dianne Motton decides it's time to add a new ‘hobby' to the COVID suggestions list.

COVID-19

Friday Reflection: Denial is not an option

COVID is testing the planet - and every individual on it, writes Dianne Motton.

Uncategorized

Grown-ups’ rules – what were they thinking!

Concrete can give you piles? Too much TV will make your eyes go square? Really?

Europe

Dianne Motton shares some of the more unexpected sights you may see in Paris

You'd be amazed at what you see when you look out your hotel window.

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