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.
The list you need so you don’t forget anything else your event needs.
When I said “stay tuned” in my retirement announcement, I was teasing this little project.
We’re going back to Texas again, so you know I have something to say about that. But hey, we’re seeing some good changes, too.
Holy shit, how it is 2018 already? Is it because every year takes up a smaller percentage of my life and … More
If you’re reading this, you probably have some quidditch volunteer experience. You’ve probably wondered if it’s worth all the time, effort, and risk to your sanity. Will quidditch actually help you get a real job?
Yes. Maybe. Depends. But it’s not impossible.
Okay, this might be a bit of a lukewarm take.
A little over two weeks ago, I was sitting at the airport, putting together the fundraiser for the Skrewts postseason … More
I wish I could say that it seems like yesterday that I was heading off to Arizona for my first … More
In a development that will surprise absolutely no one that knows me (or has been paying attention), I unretired this weekend with a double whammy: finally making my Skrewts debut at the Tegan and Sara Invitational on Saturday) and being announced as the manager for the San Francisco Argonauts on Sunday.