2010 happenings

2011-01-01

in Daily updates, Photography, The outdoors, Toronto, Travel

Some of my more notable 2010 undertakings and experiences:

  • The end of the Low Carbon Cross Country Trip
  • Two new jobs
  • The transition from beardedness to beardlessness
  • Time with Emily
  • More than 12,000 photos taken
  • Photojournalism and documentary photography course taken
  • Several Montreal and Toronto visits (one wedding included)
  • Collarbone breaking and partial healing
  • Improved health
  • BuryCoal launched
  • Visits from some friends not frequently seen
  • A solid number of books read
  • Several concerts attended
  • Camping with Rosa
  • New York with Kai
  • Multiple Vermont visits, Christmas included
  • Blogging out loud
  • Dozens of cans of kidney beans eaten
  • Many kilometres by Greyhound
  • A departure from my current home, nearly completed

The priority for 2011? Find a job in Toronto and move there.

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Sarah January 4, 2011 at 7:01 pm

Good luck with the job hunt in Toronto. I’m currently applying for NGO jobs in the UK, and I’m finding that many NGOs list positions on external jobs sites (e.g. charityjobs.co.uk) and not on their own website, so it’s probably worth looking through all the non-profit websites on a regular basis. A lot of people also seem to get into NGO work by volunteering at first, so if you have a bit of free time then maybe email the organisations you’d most love to work for and see if they’ve got a use for you at the moment.

Milan January 4, 2011 at 7:42 pm

Thanks for the suggestions. Now that I am nearly done moving, I definitely need to re-prioritize the job search.

joshua April 1, 2013 at 9:21 pm

Collarbone broken?

We have lawyers to represent you today!

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