What do you love about your city?

March 26, 2017
by Lindsay
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Floraffiti: plants + placemaking + community engagement

Green is just starting to reappear here, tiny tips poking through the occasional morning frost, making their appearance through the oak leaves we forgot to clean up last fall. There is one lone yellow crocus in the backyard that is … Continue reading

February 15, 2017
by Lindsay
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An inspiring Valentine’s Day at the library

On Valentine’s Day, I had the great pleasure of hanging out with an English conversation circle  at York Woods Library. I cannot imagine a more perfect way to spend Cupid’s Day than talking about what we love about where we live. … Continue reading

February 12, 2017
by Lindsay
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NYC Pop-up

New York City is, as you read this, being papered with love. Love letters to its bookstores and bodegas and coffee shops and graffiti and everything in between… Last weekend, The Love Lettering Project headed down to NYC for a … Continue reading

July 22, 2016
by Lindsay
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Love letters to Toronto’s swimming holes

When I’m not writing love letters, I’m swimming, especially during Toronto’s summer months. And when I’m not in the water, I’m co-writing a swim blog, Swimming Holes We Have Known with two brilliant swimmers, Rhya Tamasauskas and Laura Wills. I had the … Continue reading

June 7, 2016
by Lindsay
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Saturday, June 11: Crafternoon at The Paper Place

SO excited to be hosting a Love Lettering Project Crafternoon event this Saturday at The Paper Place! Glorious, beautiful paper and love letter writing ALL AFTERNOON?! Yes please! Join us! Saturday, June 11, 1-4pm at 887 Queen St. W Photo by Rhya … Continue reading

June 6, 2016
by Lindsay
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30 days of nature: The David Suzuki Foundation’s 30×30 Challenge wrap-up

I spent all of May spending outside. Okay, that might be a bit of an exaggeration, but I spent A LOT of time outside in May for the David Suzuki Foundation’s 30×30 Challenge. I partnered with them, and asked people … Continue reading