The Hit List - When you're doubting your life path, read this.

Do you ever wonder if you’re on your life path? Do you look around at what everyone else is doing and say to yourself “I’m not doing anything special here…”

Other people are doing so many great, profound things while your life is kinda “meh.”

On occasion, I encounter clients who feel this way. They make assumptions about what a life path or calling is. They think that they are somehow not fulfilling a purpose if they aren’t out in the world, doing something noble or charitable…or “special.”

If you’re one of those people, I want to assure you: you’re doing just fine.

Life paths are not always straight and narrow nor well lit. They can twist and turn and have detours, ridges and valleys. At times, you may think you’ve fallen off your path – that’s still being “on the path” because sometimes a fall may be necessary. Doubting your life path is also part of the equation. That’s because questioning brings answers. In some cases, your path may not be about you – your purpose might be to serve as a catalyst for someone else’s growth.

Paths can be muddy and full of weeds but still we must trudge on, confident that where we are right now, at this moment in time, is where we need to be.

Too many of us get caught up in the idea of a life path being some sort of vocation, talent, or perhaps something we need to be doing “in the world.” For some people it may be. But for others, the life path may not be what you do – it may simply be what you are.

Keep going, my friends. The path under your feet always leads to where you are meant to go. Trust that.

When my son was an infant, he bopped perfectly in time to any music that I would play. So it wasn’t a surprise when he picked up the drums at age twelve. Today, he’s an accomplished jazz musician and teacher.

Other stuff:

Happy to lend my voice to this post from Sanctuary: It’s in the Cards – Exploring the Indie Tarot Renaissance.

Eater lays it all out: Everything You Should Eat, Read, and Watch This Fall.

I love Racheal Cook. This week she shared a piece of wisdom that was super relevant to me: Why more hustle isn’t the answer.

Here’s a guide to having a perfect day in the Bronx.

Check this out: What Happened When I Tried to Use Crystals to Improve My Life.

Gabriela Herstik interviews Sarah Shipman: This feminist tarot deck taps into the alchemy of history’s most powerful women.

According to Teen Vogue not being popular may be good for long-term mental health.

Meanwhile over at Bustle: Are Tarot And Astrology Related? I Got My Tarot Cards Read During The Solar Eclipse To Find Out.

Oooh: Witchy ways to stay energetically in tune while wedding planning.

A lot of folks were lovin’ on my post on Uranus.

Glad for modern times: A Re-enactment of a Wealthy Woman Getting Dressed in 18th-Century England.

From NY Times: It’s a Diverse City, but Most Big Museum Boards Are Strikingly White.

I just got my copy of Ethony’s Bad Bitches Tarot Deck. Yay!

Well + Good has a post on how to find your Myers-Briggs personality types and what they mean.

Because some men need to be told: “Wonder Woman” Director Patty Jenkins Schools James Cameron On “Strong Female Characters.

Goop dishes on Clean Beauty—and Why It’s Important.

How soon is NOW? Feminism’s 1970s Flagship Faded From View — But In 2017 It’s Back With A Vengeance.

Jessi Huntenberg has some birthday ritual ideas for witches and woo-woo folks.

Is your period a feminist issue? The Numinous gives 8 reasons why it is.

Did you get your copy of The Tarot Coloring Book? It’s a fun, meditative way to get acquainted with the Tarot!

Denise Linn is releasing these in October: Sacred Traveler Oracle Cards: A 52-Card Deck and Guidebook.

According to my nitpicky editor daughter, I have a comma problem. I guess I need this: The Best Punctuation Book, Period: A Comprehensive Guide for Every Writer, Editor, Student, and Businessperson.

New goodness from Deborah Castellano: Glamour Magic: The Witchcraft Revolution to Get What You Want.

WANT: Martha Stewart’s Slow Cooker: 110 Recipes for Flavorful, Foolproof Dishes (Including Desserts!), Plus Test- Kitchen Tips and Strategies.

Join me for one of these fab workshops:

September 16 2017 10:45AM – 12:45PM: The Nutman in Hubertus, Wisconsin. Intuitive Tarot Reading. Join me for a two hour exploration in reading tarot – without a book. The Tarot Coloring Book will be available for purchase. Details coming soon.

October 12th 2017 at 7:30PM: Boulder Book Store in Boulder, Colorado. Join me for a short discussion on tarot + book signing!  Books will be available for purchase.

October 13th 2017 6PM: Trunk Nouveau, Denver, Colorado. Join me for tricks ‘n treats ‘n a short talk on tarot + book signing!  Books will be available for purchase.


What I’m Grateful For:

The strange places my path has lead me

Being able to pivot as necessary

New ideas

Clearing out the old

People who get me

Slow cookers on a busy day


Soundtrack for 8/26/17:

Praying by Kesha


© Theresa Reed | The Tarot Lady 2017

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