The Hit List - Winter reset

I’ve made significant changes to my world. Namely, it’s about carving out time to rest, reflect, and think. It’s been a huge theme all year. And with the solstice a few days away, I’m ready to begin my “winter reset.” What does this mean?

I’m taking the rest of the year to rest and recharge. My calendar is extremely light. Fewer obligations mean more time for moi. My holidays have been low-key for some time but this year: EVEN MORE SO. I know this is good for me, especially considering how taxing this year has been. I need this.

This will be the last Hit List of the year. I’ll post one more podcast on Monday and a New Moon post around the 31st, but overall the site will be silent. See you in 2022!

Merry merry and all the good things to you and yours,




Pretty purple holiday lights.

Other stuff:

Get ready for tonight’s Full Moon in Gemini with this dope post and mini tarot readings.

Shiv speaks: Sarah Snook Finds the Success in Succession.

Yes, let’s: Let’s Unpack the ‘Succession’ Season 3 Finale.

Standing Up for Yourself in Tricky Social Situations.

Book Riot has a list of bookish tarot goods.

But they do exist: Over a Century Ago, Two Young Girls Pulled a Prank That Got Way Out of Hand—And Convinced The World that Fairies Really Exist.

These Zodiac Signs Make the Best Friends, According to Astrology.

I love her: Stacey Abrams Knows Victory Does Not Always Look Like Winning the Prize.

Cool: In Amsterdam, a community of floating homes shows the world how to live alongside nature.

Ugh, I hate them so much: Why Do Women Sprout Chin Hairs as They Age?

RIP bell hooks: As we grieve bell hooks, let’s remember all that she taught us.

Musician and tarot creator Cat Pierce talks about how to add new spreads to your tarot practice in the latest Tarot Bytes.

I NEED THIS: Archie McPhee Possum in a Peanut Pull Back Toy Car. (Just bought it! Haha!)

Glad this is being republished: A Walk Through the Forest of Souls: A Tarot Journey to Spiritual Awakening by Rachel Pollack.

Very interested in this: Tarot: The Way to Mindfulness: Use the Cards to Find Peace & Balance.

It’s still not to late to get your kids an awesome tarot deck of their own for Xmas: Tarot For Kids – they’ll love it!

What every tarot lover really wants to unwrap this year: Tarot: No Questions Asked: Mastering the Art of Intuitive Reading.

If you prefer to listen to your tarot lessons, check this out: Tarot: No Questions Asked: Mastering the Art of Intuitive Reading is available as an audiobook.

How to be the most popular person at every holiday gathering: bust out this book and start reading people’s charts – Astrology for Real Life: A Workbook for Beginners (A No B.S. Guide for the Astro-Curious). Way better than mistletoe!

Wouldn’t you love to find this in your Christmas stocking: The Uncommon Tarot: A Contemporary Reimagining of an Ancient Oracle? Way better than a lump of coal!

Every year, The Tarot Coloring Book continues to delight folk. It’s a wonderful gift for tarot fans of all ages – or for people who like to color!

Tarot For Troubled Times is filled with rituals, magic, tarot, and advice for moving through the hard stuff.

Get your pre-orders ready: Create Your Own Tarot Cards: A step-by-step guide to designing a unique and personalized tarot deck and Twist Your Fate: Manifest Success with Astrology and Tarot. (I’ve been busy!)



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What I’m Grateful For:

Time off, glorious time off

New pens


Generous friends



Soundtrack for 12/18/21:

You Asked For This by Halsey


© Theresa Reed | The Tarot Lady 2021

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