Something for the weekend

Something for the weekend |

I’m not much of a blogger these days and, to be honest, I’m okay with that. The thrill of creating new classes and hanging out on other social media outposts is enough for me right now. However, I’m still cooking up some treats for the end of the year. If all goes to plan, we have December Reflections, the Unravelling the Year Ahead 2016 workbook AND an updated run of Find Your Word to look forward to in the next few weeks. ALL FREE. All fun. All things I love sharing. More very soon on all of that! xo

[video] Overview. I may have shared this before but I think we all need to watch it again #perspective

Elizabeth Gilbert on dealing with criticism

I am currently obsessed with this chocolate

Holiday care for beloved introverts and extroverts | How to know if you are an empath | Shining the light on sensitivity

Enjoying working through this archive: How I write by Maggie Steifvater

Related: Writerly porn in this photo and this photo (bonus: creating a tarot deck)

“When friends from London arrive, high on electric light, like hamsters on a 24/7 wheel, I slow them down by feeding them food with darkness sealed in it: deep red venison stewed in claret, carp from the bottom of the river, root vegetables grown in rich black earth.” Why I adore the night by Jeanette Winterson

Visible mending as an art form

These business card stamps | this silk scarf | this tea towel | this tote bag

[video] An ode to movie props


9 responses
  1. Sally

    Yes! Love the Unravelling the Year Ahead. Looking forward to downloading and setting some time aside for an enjoyable ponder. Thank you x

  2. Carmel

    Really enjoyed the “Ode to Movie Props”. I worked for a theatre company for years and I always loved seeing where the stage management crew sourced their props and the creative thinking that went into their use. Sometimes the things that you only glimpse are the biggest piece of the puzzle!

  3. Sara

    Thank you so much, again and again, for your honesty, tenderness and wisdom… Your work and your witness to what matters in life are very important

  4. Priti

    Susannah, looking forward to the Unravelling workbook and Find your Word exercise. Both were great activities that are helping to guide my 2015. Happy weekend to you :)

  5. Victoria

    Mmmmh chocolate!!
    Can’t wait for the Unravelling 2016 Workbook!
    Victoria Chronicles of a Mermaid

  6. Kristin

    So looking forward to the Unravelling 2016 workbook! I want to get started on it earlier this year than I did last year!

  7. Sandy

    I just want to thank you for being such an inspiration. I am looking forward to your Unravelling 2016. It has become such a part of my year end process! Thank you.

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