Monthly Musings #3: The Night Watch, Lilacs, And Discworld’s Best Novel

I had to sit with my grief for a couple of weeks after finishing this book because of how hard it had hit me. It’s insane how I could become so invested in the lives of fictional characters, to become so tethered to them that their experiences are my own, their internal struggles are also my own, and my anguish is just as great as theirs was.

2021 Reflections: Rage, Languishing, and Hope

“I look upon 2021 and feel gutted by how much it was defined by my insurmountable self-hatred to accompany my state of languishing.”

The FREE Musings and Magic Downloadable 2022 Mental Wellness Journal

Another year has come and gone and it’s time to close the book on the year 2021 and to embark on a journey towards a fresh start with the year 2022! So much has happened to us these past 12 months—some good, others bad—but take a look at where we are now. We’re here....

Journaling and Self-Care with the Tarot: The Magician

I have a dream... In the end of 2018, I took a course by Susannah Conway about "finding your word" for the year, which is an alternative to listing down concrete "resolutions." Finding my word was easy—I had a clear picture in my head of what I wanted to happen to me...

Journaling and Self-Care with the Tarot: The Fool

where the story begins... It was the middle of January 2019 when I decided to quit my job. The year had just begun. I had a whole notebook filled with scribbles and jottings of goals I was driven to accomplish. And yet, the one thing I had never prepared myself to do...
Monthly Musings #3: The Night Watch, Lilacs, And Discworld’s Best Novel

Monthly Musings #3: The Night Watch, Lilacs, And Discworld’s Best Novel

I had to sit with my grief for a couple of weeks after finishing this book because of how hard it had hit me. It’s insane how I could become so invested in the lives of fictional characters, to become so tethered to them that their experiences are my own, their internal struggles are also my own, and my anguish is just as great as theirs was.

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Journaling and Self-Care with the Tarot: The Fool

Journaling and Self-Care with the Tarot: The Fool

where the story begins... It was the middle of January 2019 when I decided to quit my job. The year had just begun. I had a whole notebook filled with scribbles and jottings of goals I was driven to accomplish. And yet, the one thing I had never prepared myself to do...

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2020 Mid-Year Update: Homestuck

2020 Mid-Year Update: Homestuck

Half a year has gone by and I can't shake off the thought that my life has come to a standstill. It terrifies me that my January premonition had been right somehow, that this year would not turn out the way I will have hoped it to be, that I will become stagnant in my...

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Monthly Musings #2: The View From Half-Way Down

Monthly Musings #2: The View From Half-Way Down

A little something that isn’t tarot or astrology related. But allow me to get it out of my chest. Lately, I haven’t been strong enough to carry this heavy weight that’s on my shoulders. I am filled with self-loathing, feeling it growing increasingly worse as I...

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Monthly Musings #1: The First of the New Year

Monthly Musings #1: The First of the New Year

There was a moment before New Year, as I accomplished my end-of-year reflections and decided on my new goals, when I was suddenly paralyzed by fear. I dreaded the start of this new decade because I couldn't see what the future looked like. I had done so much in 2019 —...

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