How to stay chill when it’s hot hot hot.
I was doing tarot readings at an event a few weeks ago, and, as always happens, someone came up to me saying ‘I hope you’ve taken all the bad ones out!’ I don’t buy this good cards/bad cards idea — it’s not compatible with my belief that there is a tarot card or combination of cards for every human experience.
Crafting spreads builds confidence and helps you to remember that you’re learning tarot your way, nobody else’s. Plus it means you can always come up with your own special approach to all those crazy-ass questions your friends bring you.
Unless you have the memory of an elephant and/or for some reason Don’t Like Journals (methinks you might be on the wrong website) then you’re gonna want to be recording your adventures as you learn and develop as a tarot reader.
The dilemma: ‘I’m anxious about starting my dream job!’
Get yourself a deck of cards and be ready for the next Tarot School lesson!
Wherever you’re at, let’s make some cool tarot shit happen.
So you fell in love with a girl and it upended your life with family, kids and religion. What now?
“Go to your pantry and determine which shelf or space in the pantry is the dullest or darkest, ideally both. Remove everything from that space one item at a time. Put the cake mix in the farthest place back in that space.”
Everything you need to maximize comfort and optimize performance for your next TV marathon.
So, I hear you’re looking into a body modification situation.
“Is there a way to feel that passion and craziness again after 2.5 years together?”
Moving isn’t fun. Here are some tips that won’t actually make it fun, but maybe survivable, and that’s a start.
If you figure out which flavour of Shitty Landlord is cashing your rent cheques, you might survive long enough to renew your lease!
If you can’t go on a date without checking your phone four times for Facebook and Twitter updates, you may want to try cold turkey for a bit.
Okay ladies, let’s stop right here and get our game together.
If you are an NYC-based transgender or genderqueer parent, parent-to-be, or wannabe parent, you should go to this FREE workshop!
A mom turned to an internet message board to ask how she should handle the fact that her daughter is a lesbian and people actually responded and gave great advice. Then we wanted to give some advice, too.
“If you’re white and LGBTQ and you want to make sure that LGBTQ spaces are as safe and inclusive for everyone as possible, here are some steps you can take to support people of color and be more racially aware.”
Boys creating problems, exes who won’t own up to stuff, flirty best friends, and how to start checking your own privilege in the name love. It’s time to give advice to anonymous strangers on the internet!