“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?
If you don’t normally make resolutions, this month might convince you otherwise. There’s a lot of planetary energy in support of embracing Really Big Changes.
“So I’ve met someone new. And I’m wondering about my toys. I’ve heard it’s taboo to use the same toys on a new partner.”
Let’s not wait for the New Year to take charge of our own transformations. Sometimes you just know that a turning point is upon you and it’s time to make a change.
Need help flirting “in a way that’s subtle enough to fly over a straight girl’s head, but be picked up on by LBPQ woman?” Read on!
Giftwrapping, keeping plants alive, not screwing up your meatloaf, ending phone conversations and more!
All in all, there’s some big feelings to sort through this month. Keep tapping into what helps you feel held in the firelight and not out in the cold — and keep an eye out for anyone who’s likely to feel left out.
Picking locks, cleaning dishwashers, getting your packages delivered by Christmas, pretending to be a mermaid, backing up your computer and more tips for your one wild and precious life.
Like, I think about buying a coffee and then am like “no no self, you can’t do that – you would need to speak to a person.”
You broke up a long time ago and you’re cool with each other, but still fight just like you did when you were together. Is that, uh, normal?
In which we discuss the concept of safer dating.
Quick and dirty advice for someone who might want to look for dates somewhere else, a depressed mother of two who I wish I could hug, and a person who really enjoys the company of herself. Get in here!
Restringing your hoodie hood! Saving on your energy bill! Making mindlessly easy pasta! There’s a cake recipe in here!
Whether you’re partnered or solo, polyamorous or monogamous, navigating all kinds of intimacy or longing for one meaningful connection, these ‘scopes are here to shine a light on how your heart can grow in this moment.