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The Love List: May 2015

Hello beautiful people! I've missed you. I took a much needed break from the blog last month to turn #STARSANDCARDS into a free e-book (when you sign up for the monthly forecast!) and recalibrate before a few very exciting launches in June. You're going to love them, I promise.

In the meantime, this exquisite handmade mala from Jen Cintrón has kept me energized. It's full of good vibes from the Scorpio full moon, and it smells amazing from all the anointing oils. I'm already plotting my second one!

how to get over "vacation guilt" and actually enjoy your time off

4 ways to focus when your mind's not in the mood

what to read when...

Mercury Retrograde is not the everything

surprise: you get six months of magic every full moon

10 things internet marketers don't want you to know

how to say no

Claire Underwood is my spirit animal.

how to simplify your beauty routine step by step

should you work from home? pros & cons (and a reality check)

are you born psychic or is it something you can learn?

the surprising past careers of 13 famous musicians

inside Led Zeppelin's private jet

Vodou is like a gun

don't sweat it (southern belles, rejoice!)

is magic really "magic" or is is psychological?

how much to tip your tattoo artist (and everyone else who helps you out)

Prisma Visions tarot: a deck review

my current favorite podcast: Sex Nerd Sandra (NSFW, obviously)

Magical Miscellany: 3.16.2015

Did you know that Elemental Astrology includes audio of all 11 modules? This weekend my husband (a professional musician and recording engineer) turned our home into a studio for a marathon recording session. 

The course goes live at the end of this week (!), so there's only a few days left to snag your copy at the preorder price! If you're a mystic on a budget, take a look.

 What if I don't know what I want?

How to use your work to get a better life

On walking slowly and smelling the jasmine

 15 classy ways to handle a fuck up

How I learned to live in my body

The truth about daily practice

24 outfit formulas for spring

Want to trust yourself more? You need discernment.

How to remain objective when you read tarot for the whole family

Excessive expectations block fulfillment.

Zoolander at Valentino!?

How to find a home in yourself

Magical Miscellany: 2.23.2015

For the last few weeks, I've been delving into Benebell Wen's Holistic Tarot. Her exhaustive (seriously, it's huge!) look at tarot in theory, practice, and profession has set the intuitive community on fire in the best way possible. I can't wait to review it here. Until then, I suggest you pick up a copy for yourself. I can't recommend it highly enough!

I'm enamored with minimalist blog Into Mind. Her social media minimalism detox worksheet and minimalist wardrobe FAQ are fun and useful! The elegant web design is just icing on the cake.

I love that Laura Simms of Create As Folk isn't afraid to go against conventional wisdom. For example: you don't need to find your passion to do what you love.

Remember, dream jobs wouldn't be dream jobs if they were easily attainable.

Veronica Varlow's posts are always so sexy. These 36 questions to make anyone fall in love with you are delectable.

I'm so excited to add these 9 podcasts for badass business babes to my queue!

There are positive things about being perfectly done up. It’s true, it makes you feel good.

You need your voice to make powerful magic.

Get comfortable in your creative entrepreneur skin.

Molly Crabapple on life and art: the best path is one you build out of your own dysfunction.

Little Fox Tarot interviewed Paige Zaferiou of Tarot and Tea, and the world nearly exploded with goodness.

Xandra of the ever-delightful Heroine Training shared her morning routine, and it sounds pretty reasonable! I'm going to incorporate some of these tips into my AM ritual.

Buying a new tarot deck is an exciting and joyous occasion, right?

Check out these 37 commonly misused words that can make you look bad. It's a great review! (Confession: I'm guilty of a couple of these.)

Mary Oliver's beautiful words on how habit gives shape to our inner lives are sublime. Also, if you haven't read any of her work, start with Wild Geese.