Posts Tagged ‘attitude’

3 May
2017

Be it known to all

Over the years, the number of people competing in Crown Tournament has gotten a lot smaller compared to days of [&hellip

27 Apr
2017

Learning to Let Go

When I was Kingdom Youth Officer, I once taught a class on new ways to make Youth Point fun and [&hellip

23 Mar
2017

The Country Knight and the City Master of Defense

What happens when a recently made Knight and Master Of Defense load up and drive for 17 hours to an [&hellip

22 Jan
2017

The Gates of Hell

One of the things I’ve always enjoyed about the SCA is all the little adventures you can find for yourself. [&hellip

24 Dec
2016

Getting Back on the Horse

I haven’t published anything in awhile, and recently, a number of people have approached me about the blog. When will [&hellip

1 Sep
2016

The Biggest Mistake a Knight Can Make

During my vigil, I asked all my visitors this question, “What do you think is the worst mistake a Knight [&hellip

30 Mar
2016

Always On

I think something that I often forget is that as a member of the SCA, we are also ambassadors and [&hellip

3 Feb
2016

Head Space For Rent

I was recently asked if: “Is there anything you did to get more comfortable with tournaments, like dealing with anxiety.” [&hellip

14 Jul
2015

The Unbelt’s Battle

Being part of the Unbelted Champions team has been meant many things to me: from being the worst I ever [&hellip

30 Jun
2015

The Perfect Event

What does it take to make the perfect event? Does it need to offer that special class you’ve been waiting [&hellip


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