Online readings? Are those really a thing? Turns out yes, they really are. It is widely accepted that chat and phone readings are ok, but when you mention email readings people tend to be skeptical. Here is how online readings work - and why they might just be the best thing ever.
This has been a very difficult six months for me. I have really been struggling with my health, and as a result my tarot reading AND website have suffered. I am trying to get back to normal (whatever that might look like) and am getting things back to where they used to be. You may notice that there are less blog posts then before. That is because a lot of them were lost when we migrated from Shopify. I have done my best to recreate the ones I could, and am open to suggestions on any topics you might feel I missed in my absence.
Bear with me as I get things back up and running correctly. If you have any suggestions for things you would like to see me offer, or posts you think I should write then drop us a comment below.
If you are anything like me, you knew you were only cool in school if you had Lisa Frank stuff. And even if you didn't grow up in the 90s there is a really good chance that you know who Lisa Frank is. Her trademark hot pinks, purples, teal, lime greens and yellow are unmistakable. Keep reading for more on this amazing deck, and how to get your hands on a copy.
There are good tarot readers and bad tarot readers - but there are also bad clients. There are some things to do to ensure that you are a good client - one that readers will want to work with. Continue reading for the six steps that are going to make all the difference!
Feeling out of control and like the whole world is turning into a soggy shit sandwich is really one of the worst feelings that you can experience. And when you suffer from anxiety and depression it becomes ten times worse. Keep reading for insight on those tough times and grab a copy of our FREE crisis resources.
I love helping people - giving them guidance to navigate through life makes me feel whole and complete, like my life has purpose. So when I sit down to do a reading I eagerly await the question that the client has for me. I know this is going to be an enriching experience for both of us and I can't wait to get started. Then they ask one of these dreaded questions - and I cringe. Want to know which questions should be taboo? Keep reading:
The art of reading tarot is hundreds of years old, but there still remains a lot of misconception about the cards, and the people who read them. We have heard them all, from the comical to the downright disturbing. We'd like to set the story straight on 10 of the things we hear the most. Click read more to see the facts for yourself.
Here in our house we have healthy relationship and respect with/for the Voodoo Loa of the Dead - Baron Samedi and Maman Brigit. They have done right by us, and we try to do right by them. Read more about what happens when we forget our obligations, and how the lenormand helped us see the light.
To charge or not to charge? This is a surprisingly common question in the tarot reading world. There are a huge portion of readers who believe that the ability to read is a gift and should not be charged for. We respect that opinion, but be warned this article is not for you. We are talking to those of you out there who are ready to go pro and are at a loss as to how or what to charge. Keep reading to see how to price your tarot readings the best way possible.
I'm sitting here in an empty computer lab, surrounded by reminders that the holidays are almost here. Christmas used to be my favorite time of year when I was young. In fact, I would get so excited about Santa that every Christmas Eve I would spend 3/4 of the night in the bathroom puking my brains out. I am sure that my mother appreciated not being able to wrap presents and put them under the tree until 4am!
Now that I am grown and have children of my own I really wanted to make Christmas a big deal. It hasn't really worked out for me so far. With my ex-husband it was always more important to spend time either at his parents or his brothers house for Christmas - seriously curtailing my abilities to instill any family traditions of our own. So when I got divorced and subsequently remarried I told my self it was going to be different this time around. And oh, how desperately I wanted that. My new husband is totally on board with Christmas being a time for OUR family, so I do appreciate that. What I hadn't counted on was life throwing such curveballs at us. Curveballs like unemployment, losing our home at thanksgiving time, or our children being 2500 miles away. Each year it seems like some other wrench gets thrown in my perfect plans.
I want to make dozens of cookies with my daughter, decorate the house, have Christmas dinner with our whole family. I want a normal holiday with all the trimmings.... and I want my whole family there to enjoy it with. What would you have different about YOUR holidays? We'd love to hear what you would do different, or what advice you might have to make the holidays extra bright for those who are struggling this year.
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