Years ago, I was reading tarot for a friend. “Just give me a bit of everything – work, my marriage. I just want to know what’s coming up for the year ahead,” she said. This is how most of my readings start. People are usually curious about their love lives and careers, the areas where
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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.
“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
I’ve been a fan of Brigit Esselmont, founder of the amazing Biddy Tarot empire, for years. Biddy Tarot really is the go-to resource for all things tarot. So of course I was thrilled when Brigit invited me on her podcast. You can listen to our interview here. If you’d rather read it, there’s also a
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