Liz Worth explores how Imposter Complex can stop you from achieving the things you want, and finds advice in the Chariot card.
If you're planning on reading tarot at an upcoming event or party, here are my tips to help things go smoothly.
Providing tarot readings is an honour and a joy. Here's how to stop it turning from something you love into another way to be stressed, unhappy or burnt out.
A few handy tarot spreads I find really useful for all kinds client readings.
Tarot reading advice that often goes unsaid or is merely implied in regards to being of service to others.
As tarot readers, it's an honour to give our clients focused time and energy. But it's okay, too, to take a break when you need to focus on yourself.
Mental health, illness and disability are rarely discussed in the clamour of entrepreneurship blogs. Enter you guys! Here are four entrepreneurial stories which dearly need telling.
Writer Esme Wang on the challenges chronic illness can bring to running a business, and how she writes her way to empowerment and success.
[Guest post] "Living with mental illness gives me an awareness of the separation between my beliefs and actual reality. I think this is an advantage."
[Guest post] Reader SJ on their experiences in 'following their dreams' whilst dealing with disability.
[Guest post] Want to go pro? Already run a tarot business? Here are The Tarot Lady's top tips for making peace with making money from your magical skills.
I’m a big fan of retreating. Of carving out a special, dedicated space for a specific task or focus. I’m not a natural multi-tasker, but by virtue of the fact that most of my work is online, every time I sit down at my desk to work, I’m faced with a billion potential distractions. If …
A double-round of interviews for you! Here's Ashley talking about her tarot business and how her Black heritage informs her tarot practice.
The main aim of this book is to show you how to adopt the smug, hyper-masculine, colonialist attitude of the obnoxious dudebro who wrote it.
But. As freelancers, activists, business owners, side-hustlers, volunteers and students sometimes we all need to stop procrastinating and do the thing.
I’m so excited! Today, my new solopreneur series – Follow Your Arrow – started on Autostraddle! It’s a fortnightly celebration of LGBTQ solopreneurs, business-owners, side-hustlers and others who want to earn a living doing the things they love. The first post features an interview with yours truly, so you’ll get to read all about how …
If you're reading to entertain people - at a party, for example - should you remove the scary-looking cards from your tarot deck and keep things light?
What do you actually need to do a tarot reading? A tarot deck, nothing more. Perhaps you’d also add a notebook, or laptop if you’re emailing readings or recording stuff digitally, a mobile if you’re giving phone readings. I have all of those things right here in my handbag, so it follows that I can do …
First published in The Chapess #4 – an issue dedicated to the concept of taking up space as a woman and an artist.
Last week, I finally found a studio. You can probably hear my sigh of relief on the other side of the world. It was the gardeners’ storage room till Em and I cleared it last week. I love my tarot work, and I love that it’s portable, flexible, do-able from anywhere…including my little boat. But after two …
A guest post shared by Benebell Wen. Guest posts on Little Red Tarot are submitted by readers. The aim is to offer a wide range of voices, views on, feelings about and approaches to tarot (and related topics). As with all posts on this website, discussion is welcome in the comments! If you’d like to write a post for …
Do you write a tarot blog (or actually, any kind of blog)? Want to make it prettier? One thing about which I get *a lot* of lovely feedback is the look and feel of Little Red Tarot. I’m glad, because I put a lot of love and energy into designing and building this site. Little Red Tarot is …
Reading tarot for your friends can be a complex thing, and it's worth figuring out some boundaries and ground rules first.
I know what an interesting bunch you are because you’re always emailing and telling me! And I’m always secretly hoping that one day you’re going to simply offer me an article.