Maiden, Mother, Crone: What Advice Do You Bring?

Triple Goddess Tarot Mini Review When I saw Lo Scarabeo had released a Triple Goddess Tarot (2017), I went for it straight away.  Not everyone likes Lo Scarabeo decks, I know.  However, I like the card stock, which shuffles easily and fits well in my hands.  And now that they’ve bought into the borderless deck Continue reading »

Should I continue time-restricted eating?

Buddha’s Diet A book came out recently called Buddha’s Diet.  It is very simple to read, and advocates what many are calling time-restricted eating.  The basic idea is to restrict the hours in the day that you eat. While I’ve also heard it called the 16:8 Diet (sixteen hours fasting, eight hours eating, to echo Continue reading »

Victorian Fairy Dreams

The Victorian Fairy Tarot (Llewellyn) came out in 2013, and caused quite a splash then.  At the time, I didn’t see what the fuss was about, and felt there was too much of a learning curve (I was pregnant at the time).  I wasn’t keen on the suit renaming (changed to the seasons – Wands Continue reading »

McCullough Tarot Overview

The McCullough Tarot is a lovely, poker-sized, self-published deck.  The cards are borderless, flowing nicely into one another to create a story in a reading.  The card stock feels good to me: it doesn’t have the warp to it that some self-published decks do, and it shuffles very smoothly both hand-over-hand and in a riffle.  Continue reading »

Fountain Tarot Overview

In describing the Fountain Tarot (self-published, 2015) the first thing that presents itself is the packaging.  The box is sturdy, with a magnetic lock, and sparkly, holographic-style lettering.  This matches the luxurious feel of the silver edges on the cards, and the nice little companion booklet that lifts out with the aid of a silver Continue reading »