We all need a safe place to draw support and to find answers at our own pace, a metaphorical (and sometimes literal) blanket fort where we can hide away with those we trust. Our philosophy is to help people build that blanket fort for themselves and for their community, and equip them with the skills to hold space for one another.
It’s a simple idea with profound effects. Early in November, I spent a weekend sitting on a heap of duvets and fluffy pillows, shrouded in bedsheets held up by bamboo poles and clothes pegs. Outside the structure stood a sign that read: “Need a break from humans? Breathe easy in our social anxiety-free blanket… Continue Reading →