Listen to women. Be aware of who’s creating what you’re consuming. Don’t be afraid to unabashedly like feminine things. There is no one true way to be a woman, or to create and consume women’s content.
The people, places, and things that sparked joy in February 2019.
Funny how January seems to drag on for centuries while February passes by in the blink of an eye. This February proved that to be especially true.
I wanted to sit down and write this not just for everyone I haven’t been able to see yet, but for myself. I want to be able look back and remember how my ex-boyfriend/current fiancé/future husband got me real damn good.
Smythe and I previewed West Regionals and then talked about what we got right and wrong in this month’s West Coast Bias.
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.