I hope y’all out there are ready for a change — this is an eventful month! With some fiery Aries energy and a few aspects to Uranus this month (planet of revolution, upheaval, and queerness), you’ll have a few chances to let go of whatever’s been holding you back, and start fresh.
“I was bred as a Southern Baptist, which gave me plenty of reasons not to let a guy touch my boobs. For example, it would break Jesus’ heart. And also I would go to hell.”
Getting that weird label glue off things, making a thousand tacos, growing herbs indoors, avoiding tax scams and more!
“I feel lost. I have the time, but I don’t know if I have the drive anymore to put my whole self into something new. Or even where to find something new at this point. Is finding something new no longer new enough?”
“How do I own up to this as if it’s the most normal thing for me to have done?” Well guess what — not having sex IS a normal thing! I have the great pleasure today of telling you that you’re normal.
When to use credit vs. debit vs. cash, a variety of writing apps, the best things you can do for your house, all you ever wanted to know about slow cookers and more!
Eclipse season is always an emotionally charged time when stakes feel higher and we’re more aware of what is dying and what is being born.
“The day begins when you say it does: I’m not talking about work. I’m talking about the soul.”
Organize your kitchen, write your goal amount without being distracted, keep your black clothes black, how to throw out old prescription medication, and more!
“How can I balance or better integrate the masculine and feminine sides of myself, in a healthy way? As a genderqueer individual, I’ve been struggling in expressing these traits as I feel completely at war with myself. Lately I’ve been trying to find my strength again, but it seems to be coming out all wrong.” A tarot reading explores the process of integration.
Thank you notes, ripening avocados, what happens if you file your taxes late, some very chill situations, and more!
Tap into that Capricorn energy to be patient and realistic about whatever comes up, and honor your inner wise old crone this month as you navigate all your loves and likes and lusts: picture yourself in ten, twenty, or thirty years and think about the life you’d like to build.
I think she’s being the most supportive—and she’s exactly what you want in a best friend, because she’s in your corner and she’s supporting you as a whole person. She’s giving you some solid advice here—this is a bad idea. It is. Darling, this is a terrible idea.
“Imagine them attempting to get on too tall of a bike.”
What years of telling strangers what to do about their problems has taught me about dealing with my own.
Oracle decks are an accessible alternative to tarot. Here are some of my favourites, plus ideas for how you could use them!
Getting ready for tax season, building the best snowman on the block, when was the last time you watered your plants?, grocery lists and more.
I’ve been on both sides of the hiring table. I’ve been the one applying for a job and the one interviewing job applicants. Here’s what I’ve learned.
“How do I leave NYC when I have all the things? Should I stay or should I go? Will I be able to rebuild a life somewhere else? If god is change, how do I keep the faith?” A tarot compass offers guidance.
So you’re gay and you’re getting married and, oh yeah, you’ve never come out to your grandmother. Do you invite her? How?