After our first whole-group meeting yesterday morning, I have some new things to reflect on.
I was glad for the opportunity to learn in more specifics what my Nexus classmates are doing. I wish we had done the sharing out as a whole group, rather than just at our small tables, but getting to talk with others I don’t usually see during my blocks was nice.
Speaking with others about what they have been doing made me realize that I need to do more things to catalogue my learning. I have been doing a lot of reading and analyzing and thinking, but I don’t have a lot to show for it. I’ve read more about PEX tubing and human manure (those two things are thankfully unrelated) than anyone should, but I haven’t done a lot to show that. I need a way to showcase my learning. Perhaps making more informative blog posts about what I’ve been learning, or maybe even explanatory videos. We shall see.
It will be a lot easier to showcase my learning once I get to the phase where I’m actually building, making, and doing things.
That being said, I will have to come up with some concrete things to show and talk about at Nexhibition. I plan on having my model completed and on display at the event, and I also think I’ll put together some information on how I plan on setting up power, water, and heat in the tiny house. I’ll have to find a topic to expand upon during my presentation, but I’m not too concerned about that.