Finding Divine in the EverydayConnect

Nine of Cups: Self-Validating Unicorns

I've been noticing with special clarity lately how vastly dependent "good" and "bad" is on perspective. It's always been there. What's fat or skinny, what's rich or poor? And yes, even what's good or bad--it's all completely subjective. I've done ... [Manifest the Rest]

The Sun & Five of Pentacles: Managing the Messes

Yesterday, my Low Carb site was hacked, along with a friend's (who I sometimes help out). So I spent the day a little differently than I'd planned. If I'd left it to tech support alone, it probably would have been fixed today or maybe tomorrow. ... [Manifest the Rest]

Strength Reversed: Look for the Sunshine

I've been working on another project this weekend and I'm tired of looking at the computer screen and fighting with my keyboard. Because of course, the space and delete keys want to act up on me.  Hello, Mercury Retro! I see you! So I'm going ... [Manifest the Rest]

Wheel Reversed: Mind Your Own Business

"I don't know," I said to a friend. "So many people are focused on what's right with the world and what's wrong with the world, as if it's  it's their personal responsibility to give a giant thumbs up or thumbs down on the rest of humanity." I ... [Manifest the Rest]

Emperor Rx & Six of Cups: Making Way by Letting Go

Sometimes, losing control is the best thing that could have ever happened. In fact, I'll double down on that: 1. "Control" is temporary at best, anyway, and 2. Always, letting go of (the illusion of) control is a good idea. The relationship ... [Manifest the Rest]

The Fool or the Emperor: Who is Wiser?

I'm in the process of learning more about marketing  (for my low carb business). It's been enlightening from all sorts of angles because I'm both consuming and deconstructing a whole lot of marketing material as I'm learning. Naturally, people ... [Manifest the Rest]

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