It’s been 2 years. It’s so getting serious.
Harsh Lessons In Ultimate Frisbee: That September Resignation
October marks the day when I got back into writing. I’ve had some stories to tell. Some mine, but perhaps now most of them focus on others. I have my co-workers to blame for planting the idea in my head. It’s been two years and I think it’s getting serious. A bit longterm. I was […]
8 Ultimate Frisbee Pick Up Lines For Valentine’s Day
For the 4th time in a row, I’ve switched that laid back September morning for a warm up on the still dew-covered grass. Instead of a warm coffee, I’m reaching out for a frisbee and make last-minute throwing practice. Instead of a Netflix show, I try to focus on the match that my team and I are supposed to play in just a bit.
10 Christmas Gift Ideas For An Ultimate Frisbee Player
The Valentine’s Day is one of those few occasions during the year where the people, streets, the Internet and pretty much everything around you goes mad. For love. It seems like everyone needs a plan for this day. It’s expected, it’s the standard. This year it conveniently falls on a Wednesday, which means it’s also just another training […]
One Year Of Introverted Ultimate
It’s the time of the year when you need to flex your brain muscles and come up with present ideas. Getting a gift even for someone you know well can be a challenge. Some people love making presents and some…not so much. In case you’re getting something for an Ultimate Frisbee player here are 10 ideas to […]
An Introvert’s Guide To Surviving The First Ultimate Frisbee Training
Introverted Ultimate turned one year at the beginning of October. Can you believe it? It’s been a challenging year in many ways. This blog has been quite a test subject and I’ve got my co-workers to blame. 😉 If it wasn’t for them I’d never start this. If it wasn’t for my team, I’d still wonder […]
12 Things Extroverts Should Know About Introverts
The Internet claims that as an introvert you might need a survival kit, a party escape plan and so on. What happens when you decide to make a tiny change? Imagine the moment when you decide to leave the comfort of your couch, toss the video game controller or a book into a corner (gently!). What […]
Is Giving Up An Option? The Ultimate Burnout
We live in a world, which awards extroverted behaviours. Traits, such as assertiveness, talkativeness and sociability are considered “normal”, while introversion is something to have you worry. Whether it’s work, media, social skills or sports, some introverts may feel pressured to fit in. We struggle with expectations and often there’s a price to pay. What […]
The Busy Schedule Of An UItimate Frisbee Player
When life throws at you an unimaginable amount of obstacles to overcome, you need to be aware that at some point you have to verify what’s good for you. Should you go on or give up? There’s no easy answer. How to tell what’s the best for you in a certain situation?
9 Struggles Of An INFJ
Before I ever went to a training, my friend who invited me to a training said they were casually training. A few people were going to some sort of tournaments. Other came whenever they wanted. There was no obligation to go to the tournaments or train regularly. Now that I think about it…she lied to […]
INFJ’s are considered as the rarest of 16 Myers-Briggs personality types. While they are friendly, they also can appear cold and distant at times, focusing more on their inner world. They may seem misunderstood at times – sometimes they are confused by their own behaviour! People like that are often considered quiet, thoughtful and kind. […]