In which I talk to my asexual brother about what they wanted and what they did when they first came out as ace.
Cooking al dente pasta, what to do when you get into a car accident, finding your keys, instant noodles, looking cool with a deck of cards, and more!
Calling all wandering queers! I’ve written you a survival guide for the next time you’re trying to move onto someone’s back porch.
A fort-building kit, how to hide photos on your iPhone, sunburns, scrambled eggs, and more!
Which wild plants to eat, how to supercharge your iPhone in just a few minutes, ridding your apartment of fruit flies, remember everything, and more!
“What are you doing/do you want to do with your life? Sit with yourself, your love, your horrors, your victories, and your losses. Prioritize the answers to those questions that are not explicitly connected to a degree or career.”
All credit cards are not created equal. Here’s what you want to look for in a new card or your very first card.
How to use jumper cables, keep berries fresh, keep your inbox under control, reading maps, and more.
It will take time. It will take a lot of patience. It will be worth it.
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?”