It’s clear Seti Matua loves this journey called life. Indeed, he’s chronicling his in a blog called Le Folauga, Samoan for The Journey.
You’ll find a lot of passion on his blog about everything from his strong feelings about adults who screw up sports for their kids (he’s against that) to diaper bag thievery (he’s against that, too).
In addition to being a rugby coach, Seti is a former editor for a number of publications and is now a free-lance writer. He writes frequently on sports as well as the Pacific Islander/Polynesian community. He especially loves to write about when those two worlds combine to produce the likes of NFL stars Troy Polamalu, Haloti Ngata, Jonathan Fanene, Ray Feinga, Rey Maualuga and Aaron Francisco.
But perhaps nowhere is his passion more evident than in his love of his family, as evidenced by this post about his recent experience interviewing his boys in Father-Son Time Gets to the Heart of the Matter.
Seti and his wife, Jennifer, live in Utah, where they are raising their five sons. Welcome to MDB, Seti.