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.
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?
One of my favorite things to do for clients on trip is cook for them.
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.
When I worked in finance, I always had a succinct answer to the standard small talk question “so, what do you do?”.
StrengthsFinder 2.0 By Tom Rath 174 pp. Gallup Press. $25 CAD (online at Amazon.ca) or $15 USD (online at Amazon.com). [I’m pretty sure the exchange rate isn’t THAT bad, but there you have it.]
It’s been five years since I decided to apply to Algonquin College’s ODAN program. Five. Years. It’s been three years since I graduated. I’ve felt like I’ve been flying by the seat of my pants since then, constantly working my way up the learning curve of new roles and a new industry.
THANK YOU. You’ve visited this site more than 26,000 times in 2016. You’ve liked, shared, and commented on Facebook. You’ve shared the love, replied, and retweeted on Twitter. And you’ve supported me with more than 8,600 likes and comments on Instagram. Here’s what you read this year: