One hundred words of now

One hundred words of now | SusannahConway.com
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37 responses
  1. Catalina

    Love your words…

    ¿Chorizo? You like chorizo?????

    Catalina

    of course! :)

    I live in the country of chorizo. Just let me me know if you wish me to send you some!!! -:)

  2. STACEY

    I DO BELIEVE THIS IS A BLOG POST IDEA THAT BEGS TO BE BORROWED. I CAN’T WAIT TO RECORD MY 100 WORDS OF NOW :) THANK YOU AS ALWAYS FOR THE INSPIRATION.

    me too!!

  3. bella

    there are a some words here that i love.
    and fucking A for originality on the post.
    i’ve never seen 100 words of now. i love it.
    love you.

  4. Briana

    Love. Inspired. Joy. Contentment.

  5. Jill

    What a great post!

  6. Caroline

    Love this! Wonderful. It’s amazing how much the right word can say. Brilliant.

  7. Clare

    Brilliant brilliant brilliant. I hope it is ok if I borrow this for a little blog post of my own.
    Inspiring as always x

  8. sheila

    I couldn’t love this post any more. Yes. Please grant the borrowing rights. It begs to perpetuated.

    Wow.

  9. smithereens

    I love it! SO inspiring!

  10. Jo

    #word

  11. Lisa McLoughlin

    How a few words can say so much. The inspiring essence of you x

  12. Gerri smalley

    Oooh, love this…100 words of now…
    xxO

  13. Dal

    Wow for the 100 words of now! Brilliant and punchy, just loved it. I’ll be trying this out in my spare moments to remind me of the gloriously messy and magical nowness. Thank you.

  14. maria

    Your words add up to strong sense of the state of your well being. AND I can relate. I’m in transition, but the course correction or shift is happening so slowly that it is unnerving. Patience and impatience, every single day. I’m acutely aware of the ever changing balance of these two feelings. The power struggle. I’m I loved your post. I hope when this period shifts you get what you want.

  15. Bekah

    What a fantastic post – you have such a way with words, lovely lady!

  16. Megan

    One of the most authentic things I’ve read on the internet today. Love.

  17. melissa

    I found you through another blog that I have read and I just wanted to say that this was amazing and original and so wonderful You get a real glimpse into the people posting in just a few amount of words, and of course there are the words that make you go “I wonder what that could mean to them.” I also would love to do this and I will, of course, link you.

  18. cocociTa

    As always, you are a true inspiration, dear Susannah! Wishing you the most beautiful weekend and thank you for being who you are!
    I’ll start to work with my words very soon, thinking of you!

  19. Patti L

    Yes! I adore this & will steal, uh-hum, borrow this idea in the future!

  20. Claire/Justalittleless

    Hi. Love this and I found it a very powerful and uplifting exercise when I wrote my own 100 words of now. Thank you for the inspiration!

  21. Kathryn

    I love this post (and it seems I’m not the only one!). It feels very intimate and really brought me into the present moment. A wonderful way to capture the complexity of now.
    I can see I won’t be the only one borrowing this idea and I hope you posts others sometimes!

  22. Catherine

    What a fantastic idea. Such simplicity and inspiration. I’ll be borrowing it for both the virtual world of my blog and the physical world as a mindfulness exercise to share with my colleagues. :-) Thank you

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