Reading tarot can be hugely rewarding. I never take it for granted, and never take my job lightly. Every person who comes to see me for a reading is unique, and I always take care to honour where someone is at. Tarot can be a deeply, spiritual experience. It can also be fun and uplifting.
Category Archives: The Business of Tarot
“How much should I charge for a tarot reading?” For anyone who reads tarot – or serves up any divinatory art to others – the question about how to place monetary value on your services is very important. And it’s a question that comes my way fairly often. Sometimes, it comes up prematurely. I have
People love to ask me, “Who are the toughest clients you deal with?” And usually, it’s expected that I’ll say skeptics are the toughest. But honestly, I don’t mind a bit of skepticism coming my way now and then. I actually think skepticism is healthy. It shows discernment, which is a really important thing to
I get asked a lot about self-employment. I started working when I was 11. I was desperate for a pair of Doc Martens, but when my parents saw the price tag, they told me I was on my own to get the money. My allowance was $2.50 a week. I had to come up with
In all the years I’ve been reading tarot, I’ve noticed a distinct theme throughout the past several months that hasn’t come up quite so overtly before: A lot of people have told me, during our private sessions, that they were relieved to “feel safe” with me. Why? Because they’d had other tarot readings in the