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.
Sequoia Thomas is the only person to have attended every single Snow Cup, so it was only fitting that she led me on this meandering stroll through the history of the last great fantasy tournament.
I should have taken the Green Day route and slept through last month until someone came around to wake me up when September ends.
Even if you don’t play quidditch, you can learn something from this podcast. Yes, even men.
The one thing that Barcelos knows that she wishes she didn’t.
I can’t believe that Ryan and I have been doing West Coast Bias over at Face Beat It for a year…
Tracking the time I spend on projects is something I’ve been meaning to do for a long time. It’s one thing to feel like you’re spending a lot of time on something, but it’s another thing entirely to quantify it into cold hard math.
My mother hates when I say, “I’m sorry.” I never used to understand that until recently.