I’m breaking down a flight of ciders that I split with my friend, occasional reader, and fellow SJSU Quidditch alum, Gil Ortiz. I spent an afternoon hanging out with him and my favorite East Bay quidditch baes, the California Dobbys.
Ryan and I cracked open some beers and got caught up on West Quidditch.
Time for my final resolution update! Instead of looking at how well I stuck to them over the last month, I’ll be taking more of a big picture look instead.
Theme parks and gluttony are two of my favorite things, and I got to indulge in both last month.
Since fall is well and truly upon us — there’s finally a nip in the San Jose air, the pumpkin spice beer is flowing, and it’s darker and darker every night — I thought I’d share five of my favorite lip products that make me feel extra autumnal.
Ryan’s on the worst coast supporting his mom’s run for a New York Senate seat, which leaves me alone in this…
The end of 2018 is creeping up on us, but until then, I plan on enjoying Thanksgiving season (back off and wait your turn, Christmas) as I try to finish the year strong.
One thing that I like to do after a tournament is reflect on what went well, what didn’t, and what could be better next time. Normally I keep those notes to myself, but this time around, I decided to share my process.
I wasn’t kidding when I said I needed a break in my last blog post. I took a break from blogging to buckle down to focus on running my first tournament as a freelance TD.
Stupid Ryan got that nickname stuck in my head when we recorded on Tuesday night, but no portmanteau is good enough to entice me out of my comfortable retirement. We finally got around to recapping Crimson Cup, chatted about Top of Utah, and welcoming the West’s new community team to the mix.