Sweary Saturday Love Letters
Our Sweary Saturday Love Letters are written by our ex-boozer, ex-smoker, plant-loving co-founder, Molly Patrick. honest. saucy. sweary.
Get a weekly dose of inspiration to eat more plants and celebrate imperfection.
I originally signed up for these emails when I was transitioning to plants to get recipe ideas. But I have found so much more benefit from these emails than just food.... I want to thank you for sharing your musings - they are so on point and speak directly to so much of what we all struggle with. Your openness and vulnerability are inspiring!
Joy Dawn Prevor
I have one of your emails saved in my inbox so I can read it when I’m having a hard time. It’s titled “Next time you feel stressed or worried, do this”. I shared it with my mom too when she was going through a hard time.
The warm feeling of a friendly hug, or nudge, connection and encouragement. I like the contact, especially now since I live alone in a rural-ish area away from most of my family and friends.
Your words are always a reminder to treat myself gently, to focus on what is important and to keep eating plants! I look forward to them every single week because they are often that little bit of motivation I didn't even realize I needed!
They make me a little bit smarter and a little bit lighter.
You helped me find joy in places that used to cause me pain
I feel they help me let my guard down for a few moments - because your posts are so damn raw and honest. Real. And it's nice to know that other people have problems, worries, successes, weird habits, etc, too. We are all human and fall off the wagon and it's great to have an automatic weekly cheerleader in my inbox.
The raw and honest way in which you 'show up' for your fans/subscribers/cheerleaders each week is so appreciated. Your Sweary Saturday Love Letters speak to my soul. In an era where we drown in promotional emails that provide no value, your newsletter is THE one to which I look forward.
Read Past Love Letters
September 9, 2023: Thank you
August 27, 2023: Experiencing life
August 13, 2023: Rest in love
August 6, 2023: Traveling Beads
July 30 2023: Deep hurt
July 8, 2023: Why do we keep doing things we know aren't great for us?
June 24, 2023: I actually typed this into Google
June 17, 2023: I thought this was a harsh response
May 27, 2023: This has helped me achieve my goals
May 20, 2023: Self-sabotage-why we do it and how to 🛑
May 13, 2023: Comfort and beauty
May 6, 2023: A French bulldog and a terrier
April 15, 2023: The two faces of pleasure
April 8, 2023: Slithering back into the cave?
March 25, 2023: Maybe everything will be okay
March 18, 2023: The really brave choice of staying open
March 4, 2023: Seven things to consider
February 25, 2023: Laying on the floor
February 18, 2023: It's a little woo
February 11, 2023: Life goes on
January 28, 2023: Divorce
January 21, 2023: You will find your way
January 7, 2023: Don't forget to eat
December 31, 2022: Don't waste another second
December 24, 2022: Loving yourself
December 10, 2022: A natural unfolding
December 3, 2022: A reminder from the nightbird
November 26, 2022: Struggle and strength
October 15, 2022: When change knocks you upside the head
September 17, 2022: My inner dialogue
September 10, 2022: The bathtub realization that resets my brain
September 3, 2022: Bathe in the delightful feelings
August 13, 2022: If you’re not motivated, read this
August 6, 2022: Shining a light on all of it
July 16, 2022: Relieving and frustrating
July 2, 2022: We need you 💓
June 18, 2022: We repeat what we don’t repair
June 11, 2022: A whole new way to look at your body
May 14, 2022: Motivation is 💩
April 30, 2022: The next time someone is snarky about your food
April 23, 2022: Learn from my lightbulb moment
January 22, 2022: Why I’m not worried about how my body looks
January 15, 2022: What I was reminded of this week
January 8, 2022: You might be wrong about this and why that's the best news ever
January 1, 2022: Why I'm celebrating not reaching my goal
December 4, 2021: Sometimes you just have to sit in it
November 20, 2021: Beating yourself up isn't helping
November 13, 2021: When we want something to be different than it is
October 30, 2021: Do I have a Halloween story for you!
October 16, 2021: You are your own unique specimen of greatness
September 25, 2021: For the love of baby goats, you need to hear this
September 18, 2021: Real talk—I love vegan butter
September 11, 2021: Where are the instructions though?
September 4, 2021: Washing laundry on your abs
August 28, 2021: If you're a perfectionist, read this
August 21, 2021: The bitter and the sweet
July 24, 2021: Pants, potato mashers, and your superpower
July 17, 2021: A love note from me to you
July 10, 2021: Make some trouble, but first...
June 26, 2021: I was beautifully mistaken
June 12, 2021: Motivation is overrated
June 5, 2021: Need more time? Read this.
May 30, 2021: The only way I know how to do it
May 22, 2021: Tend to your heart
May 8, 2021: What if you didn't have to though?
May 1, 2021: Non-existent eyebrows
April 21, 2021: Judgy McJudgerson
April 3, 2021: You are so perfect
March 27, 2021: Where the sweet nectar lives
March 13, 2021: Truth
February 27, 2021: The dull ache
February 20, 2021: Procrastinate like a boss
February 6, 2021: A little nugget that changes everything
January 30, 2021: Sometimes I have a screaming 5-year-old in my head
January 30, 2021: When I was in college this was my morning routine
January 16, 2021: Instead of focusing on the end result, do this instead
January 9, 2021: What do you want to do?
January 2, 2021: Joke's on me
December 26, 2020: Your capacity to expand
December 5, 2020: Smelly chair
November 28, 2020: Bitter disappointment
November 14, 2020: I don't know
November 7, 2020: A lesson from Panther
October 24, 2020: I dug my butt
October 10, 2020: Let's take a step back
October 3, 2020: I have a question for you, plus my big, juicy skin update
September 5, 2020: Recalibrating the life dial
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