Pamela Kristan—author, teacher, and consultant—has helped thousands of individuals and organizations find practical, creative strategies to improve their lives. Since the late 80ís, Pam has run a successful business, authored books, moderated local speak-outs for National Take Back Your Time Day, and given hundreds of talks, workshops, retreats, and consultations around the world.
Pam's most recent book, Awakening In Time: Practical Time Management For Those On a Spiritual Path (Dog Ear Publishing, 2010), is available in paperback, hardcover, and Kindle/Nook and MP#/CD (Red Planet Audiobooks). Her first book is The Spirit of Getting Organized: 12 Skills to Find Meaning and Power in Your Stuff(Red Wheel/Weiser, 2003).
Pam's work has been featured in Men's Health, the Boston Sunday Globe, Prevention magazine, and the ADHD Journal. She has been interviewed on Laura Knoy's Morning Show (New Hampshire Public Radio), the Jordan Rich Show (WBZ Boston) and other broadcast media.
In the 90's, Pam produced the adult spiritual education program at the Paulist Center in downtown Boston, where she developed programs such as Sunday/Monday: Integrating Work and the Spiritual Life. She practices an eclectic spirituality, drawing on text-based, channeled, and earth-centered traditions.
Pam has a degree in piano performance from the University of Wisconsin (Madison) and has written music criticism. Having also worked in administration, she holds a unique position bridging the creative and the practical.
Pam led Outings with Spirit! adventures to Nantucket, the Smoky Mountains, and Passamaquoddy Bay, drawing on years as a hiking leader, wild food enthusiast, and ritual artist. She continues to lead wild food walks for the Franklin Park Coalition in her "home-village" of Jamaica Plain.