"I want to work myself out of a job." Photographer Fonna Seidu is breaking barriers and changing the visual landscape of health and wellness online.
"This conversation made me realize that I will need to put a disclaimer in my introduction about this deck. This deck has teeth and is not for the faint of heart!"
Faith is one of many forms of self-care, and respect for others is paramount in the quest to self-care.
I want Little Red Tarot to be an anticapitalist business and here are some of my initial ramblings about that.
Wren McMurdo shares a step-by-step spell to encourage a feeling of accomplishment, replenish a sacred space, and fill your home with magical aromas while warming your soul and easing stress.
The Little Red Tarot Shop's packaging policy and thoughs on environmental impact, and guidance for recycling/composting your packages!
Listen to the seasons. They offer a pathway through the year from intention setting to realisation to integration.
Did you know, the first 'professional' tarot reading Cassandra Snow ever did was for Alex Franzen? Here the two friends catch up about resilience in the face of rejection and setbacks (and tarot!)
Hit a rut with your tarot blog? Nothing to write in your journal? Pick one of these prompts, and get scribbling!
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.
Tarot for projects and planning...plus LOADS of resources for people who refuse to choose one path in life.
Eight of Earth, from the Nomad Tarot Work has been a big theme for me lately. Redefining my own work, redesigning the way I structure my days, and most importantly, rethinking my relationship to my work are topics that have been on my mind and tongue more or less constantly. I’m asking myself questions, like… Now …
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.
Suddenly, as a person who’s life has become incredibly single tracked, and as someone who wants to bring variety, creativity and, yes, the elusive concept of balance back into her life, Temperance is looking pretty damn good.
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."
In recent weeks, I’ve felt very quiet. Not in that good – though often destabilising – introspective way, where you purposefully take time out to sit with thoughts and feelings. More in a sad way. I’ve felt low, listless, unenthused. At moments I’ve wondered if I’m hovering on the edge of a depression that’s been …
I consider it an essential part of my job to read a shedload of blogs. Here are my favourites!
Corina Dross and I made a website and it's gorgeous and will help you learn astrology.
[Guest post] Reader SJ on their experiences in 'following their dreams' whilst dealing with disability.
I’ve been making some changes to the way I work lately. After a strange summer of shifting emotions and a feeling that I’d lost myself somewhere along the way, and the unfamiliar experience of simply allowing those shifts to happen rather than leaping to articulate or capture them, September brought clarity, and a climax. In …
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 …
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.