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Orion’s Belt

December feels like it was a little bit of a blur. And I’ve gotten really bad about not taking a lot of photos because I’ve been taking video for my vlogs instead. So, the lack of photos I think contributes a little bit to only having a vague recollection of the month. But, here’s a […]

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The book Catherine House by Elisabeth Thomas at an angle on a black background

You Are In the House

In September, I only managed to read two books. Well, one and a half. I finally made it to the end of my Black Dagger Brotherhood re-read that I started back in November of last year with my friend, Annette. And to be honest, I’m glad to be done. It’s been a long road with

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The ten of wands tarot card and two crystals (aquamarine and septarian) on a black background with the word September in white script above them

In the Eye of the Tempest

September’s tarot card ~ You may be feeling burnt out, exhausted, or weighed down and trying to do too much at once. The Ten of Wands is a reminder to stop, reassess, and potentially reprioritize to ensure you’re spending your time where it’s most effective in alignment with your goals. The crystals I pulled for

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A Sleuth of Bears

As I mentioned in my last book post, I finished Perfect Strangers on August 1st so I just included it with my July reads. When I finished that I jumped right into my next J.R. Ward book, Claimed, which is the first book in a new spin off series called Lair of the Wolven. I

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Time is a Phoenix

My card for August from the Wheel of the Year spread I did at the beginning of the year was the Ace of Swords. This card symbolizes courage, new ideas, mental breakthroughs, and clarity. Cut away the excess and focus on your goals. I chose Iolite for motivation and bringing order to chaos, and Stromatolite

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The Night Circus

My July reading was sort of “bookended” by two really amazing reads and in between them more of my J.R. Ward series read. I picked up The Night Circus near the end of June. It’s been on my TBR list for so long, I decided it was time. It was slow to get into, and

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