Love Letter to Creative Kindreds #4 – Tory Woollcott

Dear Tory, In grade 10 English class we are assigned a group project, which includes the following: a) Pick a national issue and research it. b) Pick someone who can make a difference and write them a letter with the intention to get a response. c) As a group, make a 15 min interview-style documentary […]

Love Letters to Creative Kindreds #2 – Laura Fraser

Dear Laura, In order for you to fully grasp the meaningfulness of your Nurture Self Care Starter Kit contribution, we will need a time machine so I will type the following at 88 miles per hour and see if it works. INSERT: weird ‘nyeer-nyeer’ noises, an explosion, me putting Huey Lewis and the News’ “Power […]

Love Letters to Creative Kindreds #1 – Brett Hardy

Dear Brett, I’m taking what I call a Lobster Bath. The kind that’s hot enough to last for a while so I can get the feelings out. The kind where when I get out my skin is so red I debate warming up a big vat of garlic butter. Enya is on in the background […]

When you voice your needs, does it come out muddy?

“That was a really long, roundabout way of saying something so simple. What is it that actually needs to come out?” my friend Steph says as we take our Spring-starved souls on a much-needed walk in sunny High Park. We often exchange what is on our hearts with one another and I have spent the entirety […]