No pain no gain, or so the saying goes.
Here are the top 5 posts of 2017 from Kate Ming-Sun Outdoors. As always, thank you for all of your support over the past year. Sending you my best wishes for an outdoors-filled 2018.
A writing coach asked me what the corporate version of my tent was.
Here we are now in the latter half of September, in the last third of the year.
The path of least resistance. This phrase continues to pop up for me: in articles I read about career paths, during a conversation about writing, in a news snippet on the radio. What does it mean?
Where did my small business consulting practice go? Good question. After three and a half years of cramming all of my work bits and pieces under the Kate Ming-Sun Outdoors umbrella, it’s time for a change.
I turned on my car in Pembroke yesterday and all that came out of my radio – which I’d left on SiriusXM the night before – was a voice trying to sell me on a subscription.
It’s an unnerving realization: you’re ten years into a stable, well-paying career and “all of a sudden” you need a change. Where do you start? Here are some of the career change tools I explored along my journey.
We have an acronym in wilderness medicine: S.T.O.P.
This was not an easy one to write and I know that makes me part of the problem. I’m here to correct that. My first foray into advocacy for mental health involved raising $2,000 for The Brookline Center, now called the Brookline Community Mental Health Center.