I like to practice tarot as a way of sorting through my thoughts and feelings about certain issues. My cards are like journal prompts, asking me to consider different perspectives and look for the honest truth.
Last week I put it out into the void that I was going to focus on my career and financial goals. Well, the void gave it back to me and I have been absolutely swamped with work. This is also the reason I have been lax on updates here. Luckily, my bullet journal makes it easy to stay on top of my projects. My notes get a little messy, but my flexible journal system makes it easy to turn the page and write a fresh grid.
Tarot cards evoke a range of different emotions in people. Some people think they are a powerful tool of their religion, while other people think they are tools of the devil. If you're a nonbeliever like me, you might be slightly annoyed at tarot cards because the charlatans they so often represent. But I'd like to take a chance to paint tarot cards in a different light: a powerful tool for self-reflection and journaling. If you don't believe in spirits and mysticism, then tarot cards are basically playing cards. They have four suits with numbers and a court (king, queen, etc). Then, there are 22 more cards that tell a story and represent different points on the journey of life.
I'm excited about this week's meal plan. Only one recipe is a recipe that I've made for my family before, so I've got four new challenges this week.
I love bullet journaling and there is no tool, app, thing, or system I've ever used that has made me feel more productive + happy + energized + optimistic about life in general. When I was in college, I used a detailed to-do list system that was actually quite similar to the original, minimalist bullet journal the system was inspired by. Now, I love to use more intricate designs and spreads that I'll come back to again and again. I'm about to move into a new bullet journal. I want to share with you the system I'm currently using to organize my life centered around my goals and the things I want to achieve.