It’s one month into 2019. I’m not going to lie to you and say that I’m crushing it, that I’m taking life by the balls, etc. It’s been a rough start. But it’s still a start.
As much as I love quidditch, it’s becoming more of an excuse just to travel and see my friends. I headed to El Segundo Brewing to meet up with Shaye Lander, one of the original #BarcelosBros and an even bigger beer nerd than I am.
You don’t know how you really feel about something until you finish it up and are faced with the decision of replacing it or moving on.
I sat down with two of my favorite quidditch ladies, Sequoia Thomas and Kim Cheng, to chat about Barcelos Bowl, #LadyCamp, and look ahead to regionals.
No one likes feeling like a failure, so I like setting qualitative resolutions. They’re easier to stick to, and when I do occasionally slip up, they’re easy to get going again.
A look back at 2018.
If there’s a city with a higher density of donut shops than Portland, please point me in their direction.
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.