The Hit List - As the end of the year looms

As the year comes to a close, I’m taking stock of all that happened. Not sure about you, but this year has been hectic. Frankly, my life is always busy. It’s not frantic, mind you, but nonetheless I have a lot going on.

I released two books on Weiser. One, Tarot For Troubled Times, with my dear friend Shaheen Miro. The second: Astrology For Real Life – A No B.S. Guide for the AstroCurious. Both books were based on the classes I’ve taught over the years. 

There were book tours. New places to teach such as the utterly amazing 22 Teachings in Los Angeles, the most gorgeous place I’ve ever been in. Also, let’s not forget the experiences of hitting the road with Shaheen. He’s the best co-author and travel buddy ever! 

I also wrote two more books. Not more I can say about them at the minute but I’m excited! There were also many memorable meals, adventures with pals, excellent television (The Deuce and Ozark), too many books to read, and earrings. Lots and lots of big, dangly earrings.

My 2020 is already laid out (yes, I plan early – I even have a five-year goal of semi-retirement from reading for the general public already outlined). Ahead is another bustling year with many plans and goals. Something is stirring. It may be that astrology reading that I had with Sam Reynolds (highly recommend) that suggested a change is on the way. Or it may be that the Universe is simply opening up new portals to levels I never imagined. 

One thing is for sure: as the end of the year looms large, I’m excited about what’s just around the corner. What about you? How has your 2019 been? What are you looking forward to next year? Where are you going next? 

Tarot, Transits, and Tangents on Instagram Live

I’ve been doing fun Instagram Live forecasts ‘n giveaways. Now it FINALLY has a name! Join me for Tarot, Transits, and Tangents and get all the astro-tarot-goodness! Yeehaw!

Other stuff:

Here’s my November Tarot Draw for Honeysuckle Magazine.

Cosmo asks: Does Tarot Count as Therapy?

Go, girls! Five Middle School Girls Won These Top STEM Prizes — For The First Time.

WOW: Antoine Vollon’s ‘Mound of Butter’ will make your mouth water.

Good stuff from Bonnie Cehovet: How Divination Readings Empower Us.

Interesting: Will worship for likes. To build their celeb-approved megachurch, Churchome, pastors Judah and Chelsea Smith preach community, love, acceptance, and inclusion. Is their Instagrammable message truly reframing Christianity or simply helping their church rake in millions?

Meanwhile over at The Numinous: The Truth About Running A (Spiritual) Online Business.

An Affordable Care Act Lawsuit Could Be Disastrous For Women.

Carrie Bradshaw Getting Dumped Via Post-it Wasn’t That Bad—By Today’s Standards, Anyway.
Gabriela Herstik is so awesome: Ask A Witch: Can I Practice Magick On A Budget?

YES: This man hopes to become the first openly gay person elected to the Georgia State Senate.

Here’s what you need to know about unaspected planets.

Paris Photo’s Opening Night Draws Thierry Mugler, Calvin Klein, and a Who’s Who of the Photography World.

Check out Courtney Weber over at That Witch Life podcast: Episode 21: The Morrigan: Celtic Goddess of Magick and Might.

Astrologer Rebecca Gordon is featured over at The Financial Times.

Jane Fonda On the Climate Crisis, Getting Arrested and Five Decades of Activism.

RIP: “I Am Who I Am”: Walter Mercado on Gender Non-Conformity & His Long Career.

From Dina Berrin: Seven of Wands – Meet Me At The Finish Line.

Speaking of Dina, she was my guest on this month’s Talkin’ Tarot with feature!

WANT: Ramen Obsession: The Ultimate Bible for Mastering Japanese Ramen.

If Jerico Mandybur creates something, I want it: Daily Oracle: Seek Answers from Your Higher Self.

This looks useful: Your Signs: An Empowering Astrology Guide for 2020: Use the Movement of the Planets to Navigate Life and Inform Decisions.

I really love these dragon earrings.

The Tarot Coloring Book is for anyone who wants a fun, experiential approach to tarot. Color your way through the deck and learn the meanings!

The world is not all “love and light.” We need tools to help cope with the hard stuff. Tarot For Troubled Times focuses on self-care, ritual, social activism, and tarot. It’s a balm for the soul!

 Astrology for Real Life: A Workbook for Beginners (A No B.S. Guide for the Astro-Curious) is the astrology book I wish I had when I first started studying the stars. It’s fun, concise, and loaded with all the stuff you need to know.



November 16, 2019: Q&A and book signing at Ascended Gifts. Time: 5:30 PM. Books will be available for purchase. Where: 6728 W. Morgan Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53220. FREE! Call  1-414-321-0801 for details.

May 10-16, 2020: The Tuscany Tarot Intensive. Where: Italy! A full week of tarot immersion. The only live tarot class I plan on teaching next year. Spots are limited.

August 30, 2020: Brushes and Stars. Where: Oakland, California. A full-day of astrology and intuitive painting – and yummy food! Join me and Chris Zydel for a joyful, astrology-inspired intuitive painting experience.


What I’m Grateful For:

Good movies

Peanut butter swirl brownies

Cool nights

New earrings

A giant mug of Jade Cloud


Soundtrack for 11/9/19:

Monsta by BENEE



© Theresa Reed | The Tarot Lady 2019

images from personal collection and stock photography


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