I had to refund a person this weekend. Hey, it happens. I want to be able to provide readings for everyone, but in this particular case, the question would have been better asked of a medical professional than me. So I refunded the money and urged the prospective client to seek a medical professional’s opinion.
This all ties into me watching Maya Angelou on Oprah’s Super Soul Sunday this weekend and a little quote she said. Read more
2014 is starting out a little bit crazy for me… lots of really big and wonderful things happening in the Tarot by Hilary hub, including what you see above! … which resulted in some longer term plans of mine having to speed up their timetable. I had always planned to redesign the site eventually, but my eagerness and the botched result has pushed this to the top of my priority list. Read more
Sometimes I have clients that just can’t wait to have another tarot reading. While I love enthusiastic clients, I do have to get them to take a deep breath, calm down, and remind them that there’s work that needs to be done first.
I once had a friend of mine ask for a love reading. Less than the span of a week had passed between the first time she asked the question and when she asked again. I went ahead and did the reading… lo and behold, the same cards came up in the EXACT same positions. This was definitely not a coincidence (is there really coincidence when throwing tarot cards?) and I had never seen that happen before (or since). I’m not sure who learned their lesson that day more… me or her. Pretty sure it was me. Read more
A few months ago, I was passing by the store L’Occitane with a few of my friends (both massage therapists) and we spoke briefly to the salesperson standing outside of the store offering free samples of their amazing Shea Butter moisturizer. One of my friends, mistakenly, mentioned how Lush had great products too, and then we had to endure the salesperson almost turning purple and bashing on Lush.
Well, if you hadn’t read about my obsession with Lush previously, needless to say I was a little taken aback by this complete breach in professional integrity. It’s never a good idea to bash perceived competition… because who ends up looking petty for it? Probably not your competition. Probably you. Read more
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Friday morning was the official start of Readers Studio, and though I technically “slept in”, I still made it downstairs to the hotel restaurant with plenty of time for breakfast, conversation, and watching more tarot peeps roll in before the Opening Session started at 11am. Since I had already checked in the day before at the Tarot and Psychology conference, this allowed me more time to hang around, mingle, and check out the merch booths that were glistening with tarot goodies. Read more