BOOK REVIEW: ‘love is a mixtape: life and loss, one song at a time’ by Rob Sheffield

*some small plot detail spoilers contained in the description below* When I found this book on the stacks of Halifax Public Libray, as I navigated through the careful architecture pathways - looking for inspiration in environment or education or both - I noticed in the Table of Contents that the second chapter (all named after … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: ‘love is a mixtape: life and loss, one song at a time’ by Rob Sheffield

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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