The Hit List – Hustle soft

by Theresa Reed on February 17, 2018

The Hit List - Hustle soft

It’s no secret that I’m a workaholic. I love to work – and there is rarely a day that I tear myself away from the grind. I hustle hard. My whole family is the same way. You could say it’s in our blood.

This year, I’m finding balance. Instead of working my tail off, I’m learning to hustle soft. Less push. Less go, go, go.

It’s not that I am tired or any such thing. I would also say that it’s not because I’m seeking some sort of meaningful life (I already have one). Instead, the real reason: I am nearing the finish line of a mighty big financial goal – which means I am almost ready to coast into retirement planning.

Before you panic: I’m not ever going to fully retire. Trust me: I would go nuts. I need to be doing something. Plus I’ve got about twelve more years before I’m even eligible. Breathe easy…I’m not going anywhere for a while.

But as my intentions come closer into view, I no longer have to kill myself in the process. That feeling is a mighty good one.

So here’s to hard work and a push towards the finish line and a softer gallop as I cross it. By next year at this time, the goal should be crossed off the list at last (or within striking distance) and then…I plan the next move. Softly, of course.

Feeling lucky.

Other stuff:

Wanna learn how to read tarot intuitively? Arwen Lynch has an amazing program – and it’s on sale right now! Check out Trust Your Gut – Intuitive Tarot in Nine Weeks.

Speaking of Arwen, she gave my Astro-Biz Digest a fab shoutout on her YouTube channel.

My former yoga student’s home was featured on Design Mom. It’s gorgeous and warm – just like her. (Love you, Mara!)

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Tarot card controversy sparks heated debate at public hearing.

Someone take me here: what you get for a $300 per person dinner.

I love reading these ratchet tales from online dating.

Interesting post from Jessa Crispin: The Right to Radiance.

Meanwhile over at Sanctuary World, they are talking about sex magick.

Dogs can be such assholes: I Wanted Unconditional Love, But Instead I Got A Dog Who Hates Me.

Join photographer Danielle Cohen and yours truly for an epic day of tarot + photography next month in Los Angeles: Through a Tarot Lens.

Ask a Spiritual CEO: 8 reasons to charge what you’re worth. Love this feature over at The Numinous!

A full day of tarot and photography exploration in Los Angeles: Through a Tarot Lens. Get in on this goodness while seats are still available!

AMEN: we need to stop normalizing school shootings.

YEP: There’s Room For One More In Your Niche Market by Diana Chin.

Florida kids stage walkout to protest gun violence. But will Congress listen?

Yes to this: NYC Taps ‘Stop Telling Women to Smile’ Artist to Help Fight Street Harassment.

From Yes and Yes: You can pull people up the ladder.

Quickest way to learn tarot? HANDS ON. Get your hands on The Tarot Coloring Book and connect with the cards!

Mmmm: Kevin Belton’s New Orleans Kitchen.

Because I’m looking ahead, I might want this: You Don’t Have to Drive an Uber in Retirement: How to Maintain Your Lifestyle without Getting a Job or Cutting Corners.

Love books like this: Meet the Frugalwoods: Achieving Financial Independence Through Simple Living.

I still miss him every day: Bowie: The Illustrated Story.

Oooh another tarot goody from Liz Dean: Tarot Made Simple: The Ultimate Guide to Casting Spreads and Reading the Cards.

NEED: Hip Chick Tarot.


What I’m Grateful For:

Smart planning

Sacrifices made long ago

Being able to say no to a bank with total confidence


Florentine cookies from Boston

Sunny days in the middle of February


Soundtrack for 2/17/18:

My New Swag by VAVA <-my latest obsession!


© Theresa Reed | The Tarot Lady 2018

images from stock photography and personal collection

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