Category Archives: SCA Philosophy

Volunteer Development in the SCA

This article is a companion article to my Volunteer Management in the SCA article, and is a step beyond the items covered within it. If you have not read that one, please do before going forward with this one. The … Continue reading

Posted in burnout, SCA, SCA Philosophy, service, Society for Creative Anachronism, volunteer management | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Omphaloskepsis: Anachronistic Learning in the Information Age

The Society for Creative Anachronism is by large a society based on information transfer, whether it be our own customs and law to how to create medieval items or even learning our method of martial art. Even with this, though, … Continue reading

Posted in how-to, influences, philosophy, SCA, SCA Philosophy, Society for Creative Anachronism, writing | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Omphaloskepsis: “Real Life Comes First”

Today, on that Other Social Network, I noticed a group dedicated to a century drill of service. For those not knowing what a century drill is, it’s 100 days of combat work, whether it be at a pell or with … Continue reading

Posted in SCA, SCA Philosophy, service, Society for Creative Anachronism, volunteer management | Tagged , , , | 3 Comments

Omphaloskepsis: Consent

It also means that we have got to learn how to accept that other people have boundaries, whether they be sexual, emotional, or even physical, and learn to work with people, but to also extend grace when people invariably mess up on those boundaries. Continue reading

Posted in philosophy, SCA, SCA Philosophy, Society for Creative Anachronism, writing | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Omphaloskepsis: Burnout sucks.

“Konstantia, where have you been? Why have you not been blogging so often?” I’ll tell you. Burnout sucks. For many of us, the SCA is everything we do. It was certainly that way for me for a while. My social … Continue reading

Posted in about me, about this blog, burnout, Retrospective, SCA, SCA Philosophy, Society for Creative Anachronism | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

SCA Philosophy Question Ahoy!

Since November 28, 2017, I’ve been asking my social media friends list (which, yes, comprises mostly of SCA folks) questions about SCA philosophy, SCA personae, and the like. Sometimes, the questions may have been a bit pointed, and sometimes, well, … Continue reading

Posted in persona, persona development, philosophy, SCA, SCA Philosophy, service, Society for Creative Anachronism, writing | Tagged , , , , , , | 4 Comments