Getting Better all the time

There's a fine line between stability and happiness. Sometimes they overlap, but when that balance is shaken it can often look like this travel map: Two years of travel has landed me back in the East after trying out Alberta again; check out the spots I've stumbled into on this search for happiness (and finding … Continue reading Getting Better all the time

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A nasty woman’s rant clinging to optimism and honesty 

​Sometimes I challenge myself to believe we silently elected Trump the same ways Harper remained in power for 10 years, by not speaking out, by accepting our cultural bias blindly even after becoming globally aware. Our maps are the story of this awareness shift. That our resistance must tell the story and allow it to … Continue reading A nasty woman’s rant clinging to optimism and honesty 

Happy National Poetry Month! // 6Q (+ a few more) with Shane Koyczan

Shane Koyczan’s name to our generation inspires a familiar comfort; his story is worn like a heart carefully stitched on his baggy t-shirt sleeve. Growing up awkward in a unique family bred social troubles; his stories about empowering this vulnerability has become a trademark strength. I almost didn’t buy a ticket to see Shane this … Continue reading Happy National Poetry Month! // 6Q (+ a few more) with Shane Koyczan