An introvert’s guide to staying at home
5 Questions With…Robert McLeod
As we entered the 20’s, who would have thought that we’d be facing a state of a pandemic? This is interesting times that we live in. As more countries enter the state of cancelling everything, people are encouraging a stay-at-home behaviour for self-isolation. Some may find it difficult and wonder what to do. If you […]
5 Questions With…Hildo Bijl
5 Questions With… interview series shows a players perspective on Ultimate Frisbee. This time Rob McLeod talks about his initiatives as a flying discs ambassador, training and building a strong team.
An Introvert’s Guide To Surviving The First Ultimate Frisbee Training
On March I’ve asked Suzy 5 Questions about Ultimate Frisbee. The interview showed a rookie point of view and a glimpse into the London Ultimate Frisbee scene. We’ll be back on that topic sometime soon! 🙂 This month we get to learn another perspective. This time we get to learn about conflict resolution, team building, and […]
Is Giving Up An Option? The Ultimate Burnout
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 […]
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?
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 […]