October was a wacky, wacky month for me. The amount of clients and parties I was booked with was a personal record for me. In addition, I had to deal with Mercury Retrograde (don’t worry, people, it finally ended Sunday, November 10th) and client boundary issues that reared their ugly heads. Saying “no” to people is definitely not my strong suit (heck, I think a lot of people have that problem) but in the end, I had to fire clients. In doing so, it has made room for the right kind of clients to enter my life. Yay and huzzah to clear high-fives from the universe!
Now that things have quieted down to a dull roar in the Tarot by Hilary hub, I’ve realized that even while keeping a frenetic pace, I’ve found myself in a bit of a tarot rut. The daily grind of scheduling, readings, card of the day, and writing/editing can get even the best of us down. The key is to push through rather than give in. Here’s a few tips for keeping your tarot practice fresh when you’re feeling down in the dumps and monotonous. Continue reading »