Something for the weekend


Hello, how’ve you been? I’m gently easing back into blogging with a SFTW (I’ve missed doing these). I’m also gently easing back into my normal life after getting back from the retreat last Sunday — I’ll share more about what went down in a post next week (hint: it blew my socks off :) ….. For now, here’s something for your weekend. Ahh, feels good to be back xo

How to get flat abs, have amazing sex and rule the world in 8 easy steps

A weightless year — wisdom from Rachel

This tote bag | this clutch

10 small things you could do today that might just change your life — wisdom from Justine

[video] 80s dating video montage

Loving this intention setting iPhone app

His n hers smoothies | black rice, kale & aubergine pilaf | blood orange & fennel salad

Therapy is one of the best gifts you could ever give yourself. fact.

… and I will find you.

Mmmm… raw dancing. Let’s all try this over the weekend — deal?

6 responses
  1. Sherry Smyth

    Love that wisdom from Justine…and oh yeah, I always rock out in my car (often to the chagrin of my sons! which makes it even more worthwhile!).

  2. Nathalieso

    In the video, the guy with the suit and yeallow tie looks weirdly like Shoshanna in Girls, don’t you think?

  3. kira

    Welcome back and I have missed your SFTW. I love the therapy link and I cannot agree with you more. Therapy is the best gift I have ever given to myself. I had to laugh at the “how long do I need to go” question. I have been seeing my therapist for over 11 years (twice a week, yes I did have a unusual childhood but that is another story) and every time I go I think “I better now, things are good, maybe I am done” and every time I leave I uncover or learn more. It just plain helps. Going to therapy has allowed me to become an adult.
    Thanks again and welcome back.

  4. Sheila Bergquist

    Glad to see you’re back. I always love your SFTW goodies! Can’t wait to hear about the retreat.

  5. Katherine

    Welcome back. I missed you.

  6. naz Laila

    Hi Susannah, so glad that you are back. When I read that you were going away , I thought it would be months before you come back and felt sad. I have always checked your blog for the weekend readings and also your other posts. I have never commented here but now I try to express myself more often as I realised that our words are very powerful (both positive and negative words). Can’t wait to share your experience of the retreat.

Comments are closed.