Let’s get down to business. The business of getting down to business with an itchy vag.
It’s a quick, dirty, two-card spread that takes just a minute or two to do, and provides loads of insight and clarity.
Dry clean only laundry, cast iron pans, a bar for birds, “Timber” by Pitbull feat. Kesha, and more!
Some tarot resources and communities for discussion, support and making friends!
Improving your finances, free moving boxes, deciding between Advil and Tylenol, changing your oil, some special words from Riese about keeping your workspace neat, and more!
“Self-care is often the very last thing we think about when we’re reading our cards, as so often we’re focused on bigger goals. But if we want to build lives we love, or have healthier relationships, or create careers that really give us what we need, or whatever… we have to start right at the beginning with number one.”
Sometimes we love people who don’t share our same value systems or knowledge sets. It doesn’t mean we shouldn’t love them, but it can mean we need to work hard to make sure we aren’t compromising our own values just to placate them.
Changing your own oil, poem memorization, argument skills, IKEA hacks, insurance tips, and more!
You know, that thing where maybe a card takes on a whole new meaning if it appears upside down? As in, like, 78 whole new card interpretations to learn? Whaaa??
Online listmaking, airport hacks, listening, goats, sweet potatoes, and more.
“My body does not seem to be able to handle being aroused for more than 5–10 minutes at a time… Is there any way I can retrain my body to be better able to maintain arousal?”
These cards seem to me to carry advice around ways or reasons to ‘move on’ — whether that’s making a change, embracing life’s flux, or simply walking away.
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The fact that you’re working through all this now doesn’t say anything negative about you or the way you moved through life for the past 24 years. What you did then was valid, and what you’re doing now is valid.
Just kidding it’s not quite 7. They’re still good ones though.
Cleaning road salt stains, doing taxes, saying no, making pancakes, Mr. Rogers and more.
“When my boyfriend came out to me as trans, he was worried what that would mean for me and us. It’s a few months later and I should be really happy for him. And I am! But I’m starting to feel kind of lost and scared and I don’t know if it has to do with the fact, that he is, of course, changing.”
Where do you draw the line when it comes to unfollowing someone on Twitter or Facebook?
On the one hand, you have this awesome skill you really want to offer/share/show off. The people around you think it’s cool, they think you can help them, and they want to open up to you. But it’s not always that simple.
How to fold a fitted sheet, never forget your chapstick when you leave the house, the difference between a yam and a sweet potato, and more!