A Quick Trip to Hahei, Hot Water Beach, and Cathedral Cove

A Quick Trip to Hahei, Hot Water Beach, and Cathedral Cove

We took a quick trip (a little over 24 hours) a couple of weeks ago. We went out to stay at some friends’ Bach (pronounced “batch” like a Bachelor Pad), which is what Kiwi’s call their holiday homes. It was out on Coromandel penninsula. We had a great time and here are a few photos.

A Quick Trip to Hahei, Hot Water Beach, and Cathedral Cove

I just finished a draft of my book, Creating a Holistic Medical Practice, and sent it off to a literary agent. This is the furthest stage I have gotten to in working to get the book published. I have sent off to maybe about 6-8 publishers and agents so far. With this agent, I sent off a proposal, then they requested a few sample chapters, and then they requested the whole book. Great news, only that led to about a month of non-stop writing to try to get the second half of the book in presentable shape. I feel good about it and now it is out of my hands.

A Quick Trip to Hahei, Hot Water Beach, and Cathedral Cove

A Quick Trip to Hahei, Hot Water Beach, and Cathedral Cove

A Quick Trip to Hahei, Hot Water Beach, and Cathedral Cove

The next projects are two presentations in Tasmania this month at a conference. The first is on writer, Philip K. Dick’s views of psychiatry and humanity, and the second is on Vitamin D in US and NZ mental health populations. I’m sure that will be exciting and I’ll definitely post some photos from Tasmania.

A Quick Trip to Hahei, Hot Water Beach, and Cathedral Cove

Work as Clinical Director has been very challenging since I started the job. I am looking forward to getting a break and come back refreshed and ready to go!

A Quick Trip to Hahei, Hot Water Beach, and Cathedral Cove

A Quick Trip to Hahei, Hot Water Beach, and Cathedral Cove

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