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.
I put off this edition of my Year in Review for last because it’s the hardest one to write. It means admitting failure, something I hate doing. That hardly makes me special; nobody likes feeling like they’ve fallen short. And yet, here I am. I have a pile of W2s waiting for me to do my taxes. Let’s find […]
I can’t believe I’ve been doing this for over half a year now. But in that time, I think I can say that this series doesn’t belong in Barcelos Doesn’t Know anymore. I now know what I like, what’s work appropriate, and how to admit when something isn’t working.
You know that feeling when you love how something looks on the hanger but then cringe when you try it on? I had the Stitch Fix version of that with my fourth box.
Yep, I’m definitely behind on this. One of these days I’m either going to stop overcommitting myself (unlikely), learn to set more realistic goals (somewhat less unlikely), or just accept that I may not meet every goal I set (most likely).