Something for the weekend (& for you!)

The (delicious) truth about getting older (free ebook!) |
Happy Valentine’s Day, lovelies!

When I asked everyone to share their positive stories about aging last week I had in the back of my mind that this might make a lovely ebook to share…. so we’ve made one :) Reading all the posts in one hit made my newly 41-year-old heart nearly burst — there’s so much collected wisdom here. So many truths I needed to hear myself, so much evidence of what we have to look forward to. If you’ve ever felt the wobbles about getting older (and we all get them at some point, non?) this lovely ebook really is the antidote.

You can download The (Delicious) Truth About Getting Older ebook right here — it’s completely free, of course!

I hope you find yourself (or your future self) somewhere in the pages xxx


Genius! The world’s shortest cooking show — on Instagram!

A better way to interpret the news: The Philosopher’s Mail

Top 10 unusual tiny homes

[video] The DIY Goop sweatshirt (thanks Elizabeth)

Sas is running a Pay What You Can offer on her fab Let It Go self-coaching journal (today only!)

This tote bag | smart phone remote | uninspirational quotes

With all the torential rain we’re getting in the UK right now I definitely need some (via SwissMiss)

[video] How cooking can change your life

Kale, pesto, chick pea and quinoa bowl | sweet potato hummus | chocolate coconut bites

And finally, Rachel’s inspired me with her new take on February… Pleasuary

8 responses
  1. Mandy

    The link will not work for the free download, is it just me?

  2. nikkiana

    So glad to see that you made this into an ebook! I started reading all of the various posts, but there were so many that I didn’t get around to finishing them. Great to have them all in one place!

  3. Kim

    I love the short cooking show! Though there is a certain theme: butter, garlic/shallots, fish/shells, parsley, done!

  4. Esther

    I turned 39 this week, so this ebook couldn’t have come at a better time. I’ll be returning again and again to it as I make my way into my 40s. Thank you for this gift!

  5. kathleen rose

    I love this! I am 26 so I am young still, but I love hearing stories about aging being awesome because my 20’s have been rather a mess and my teen years were worse. After reading your stories, I am really looking forward to being totally sure of myself + settling into myself + everything else that comes with being older. I plan on aging awesomely myself, and so I hope I take after all of these inspiring women.

  6. Lottie

    Thanks so much for the ebook gift. As I gallop towards being fifty, turning 40 now seems quite a while ago, not to mention quite young! So I was delighted to see stories from a range of (older!) ages and such honesty and insight. In fact I’m barely past the first few because I keep diverting off to read these women’s blogs and be inspired by their work (and books!). As ever, Susannah, you have had an idea, made it work beautifully and then so generously shared it- thank you!

  7. Vicky

    The e-book is lovely, thank you! Very thoughtful and beautifully put together.

  8. michelle gd

    thank you for all the gathering and sharing that you do…

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