"It's an organizational orgy. A link roundup that threatens to exceed the bounds of usefulness. Enough to make my Capricorn-moon heart sing and test my already shaky nerves."
A few things I want more of in 2017. What about you?
Looking back at my own personal 2016, and forwards to a more connected 2017.
The Wheel of the Year provides a framework for observing the connection (or sometimes disconnection) between my inner life and the world around me.
A resolution for vulnerability, which is necessarily a shared experience. Join me?
Wherein I describe my new year's resolutions and you share yours, and I pull tarot cards to help you!
If there’s one thing I know about myself, it’s that I’m not afraid of change.
Meep! It's the last linky round-up of the year! So here's a whole load of things I've read this month that nurture the aspirational vibe of the season.
I recently shared a spread that I’d created for the last new moon. I needed something to help me get a grip on the changes I was feeling inside me, and manifest my own turning point. It turns out lots of you needed the very same thing. I’ve been overwhelmed by the response, in blog …
I had so much to ask about, so much that has swirled around inside me for the past six months, so much that I want to pin down, crystalise, make sense of. This five card spread felt just right.
Though it looks like things are dying, seeds are falling, determining where they will grow next year. Intentions set now, commitments made.
Then I thank death for the luxury of change. I know that fire and air won’t leave my life, but that they will exist in a different way - tempered with earth and water.
The first day of spring, a lunar eclipse and a new moon? That’s a lot. A lot of exciting new energy, a great time to begin something, to launch something, to have a good old clear out and feel some fresh new-start clean-slate energy. Here’s a roundup of resources you might want to use on this most auspicious …
Imbolc marks the beginning of spring on the Pagan wheel of the year. It’s the first festival – or ‘sabbat’- of 2015. Awareness of the wheel of the year and the eight sabbats is helpful when reading tarot – particularly for those who lean towards Pagan tarot decks and card interpretations. I wanted one simple place to …
Birthdays are our personal new years, right? It's goodbye to 32, hello 33 (or whatever age you happen to be) - a looking back on the past year of your life, and a welcoming of new energy, ideas, projects, dreams for the next.
It’s my birthday tomorrow! So I made you a present. It’s a collage! About you and me and us and how I want to have fun with you guys this year. Here it is: Why a tarot collage? It started with a post on Papirmass – an affordable art project which connects people and artists …
Is it too late to share these? What the heck. It’s taken me this long to figure out what mine actually are.
You can make a fresh start any time you like, but there's something about that collective energy, the idea that people all over the world are somehow doing this together, that makes new year's eve incredibly special to me.
I don't know where to begin processing the year that's drawing to a close right now. I know, a list. Here's what happened.
This one is for Danielle. 21st December is Winter Solstice – and also a new moon night. It’s the shortest day of the year, and there will be no moonlight. It feels like a blank canvas, and a perfect time to celebrate new year. To make resolutions, to look ahead to lengthening days, more daylight, …
Reactivity is letting others dictate your schedule. Proactivity is setting your own. Guess which one feels nicer?
Re. Those survey results: You came up with a whole load of awesome suggestions for Little Red Tarot and I had a lot of fun reading them all. Here are some of the main things people asked for in 2015, plus what you’re gonna get, and what you can checkout while you’re waiting! You asked …
So a whole bunch of you want to know how to ‘go pro’ And by this I’m thinking you’re not asking me how to build a magnificent tarot business empire (yet)…but more about how to take those first steps towards charging for readings and making money from your awesome tarot skills. I’m no expert. I …
On Saturday - November 1st, my friend and I are hosting a samhain/halloween feast. Friends will gather to eat and drink and feel warm together as the nights draw in, as winter envelops us. Samhain traditionally marks the pagan new year - or at least, the end of summer and the beginning of winter. It's a time when 'the veil between this world and 'the other' is thin and we are closer to the dead than we usually feel. And we're going to honour our ancestors. Here's what we'll do at our feast.