Pathworking

Photo by Viva Luna Studios on Unsplash For February, the Writual Society Non-Fiction Book Club read: Pathworking The Tarot by Leeza Robertson. The book takes you through exercises on every single card of your particular deck, giving you different types of exercises to do with your cards. There are three types of exercises: Intentional, Intuitive, …

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What I Am Reading…And Working My Way Through

photo unsplash.com The Pen And The Bell by Brenda Miller and Holly J. Hughes. (not an affiliate link) I do not recall what triggered me to pick this book up. I believe it was a newsletter or a blog post in my inbox that made me think, oh, yes, just what I need. I ordered …

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A Sale Coming, At Some Point

photo unsplash.com So, I have been cleaning shelves out and going through things. I have been meaning to set up a bunch of hand-made journals for sale...and I have a few that I call my tester journals, a few I have bound, unbound and changed up, then rebound...things like that. I have been meaning to …

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Three Year and Five Year Q and A Journals

photo taken from unsplash.com I have been working to get my youngest more involved in tracking himself and keeping up with his to dos and whatnot.  He has his large undated Passion Planner.  Some months he is very into it.  Other months, he could care less.  (Thank goodness it’s undated, so skipping a few months …

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Ten Books For Kids For This Time Of Year

My son and I decided to share some of his favorite Halloween books. Here’s his list. Five Little Pumpkins (This has been his favorite since he was an infant.  He is the Pumpkin King.  We have pumpkins everywhere, all over the house, just for him.) Samurai Scarecrow: A Very Ninja Halloween by Rubin Pingk Happy …

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