As I noted in my previous post, it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything.
In an effort to get a website up with lots of content, I definitely burnt myself out, which obviously worked against me. As a result, I have two Tarot series left unfinished, and I felt that anything I wrote about would just be….forced and inauthentic. And that just isn’t fair to you. Of course, neither is taking an unannounced hiatus.
I’m tentatively back, though I’m going to try and just post when I feel the need rather than on a schedule, for now anyway. I don’t want to make any promises that I don’t keep.
I don’t remember which book it was, but in either Rise Sister Rise or Light is the New Black, Rebecca Campbell expressed that we move in seasons. We don’t have to be all go all of the time all year round. We can acknowledge when our ‘winter’ time is and rest when that time comes. It turns out, my winter time is during the summer, which makes perfect sense because who wants to be inside writing on a computer when they can be outside in the sun????
Autumn is my favorite season of the year, and the time I always feel most inspired. I live in the northern hemisphere, and thus, am currently enjoying the early onset of autumn with it’s warm winds, orange and yellow leaves and the emergence of red berries on the hawthorns. I love it so much.
And with its arrival, I’ve felt more and more inspired to write. So, hopefully, here I am.
With me are a couple of new additions: I have some new oracle decks (which is kind of a big deal since I’ve never had any interest in oracle), and a few new ideas I want to talk about. So hopefully, you’ll be in for a treat, and hopefully, I’ll stick to things and actually write regularly!
But for those of you who have stuck around, I appreciate you so much. I am so grateful to you.
Likewise, I know there have been a few newcomers to my blog, especially with the nearing of NaNoWriMo! I’ve seen an influx of visitors to my #30DayTarotWritingChallenge page. I hope you find some help with your writing projects! Let me know how it all goes!
Thank you again for all of your patience and support, and I am so luck to have you all as readers.
In the meantime, until my next post—catch me up! What’s new in your tarot and/or writing world?