Let's talk about the Death tarot card!
A dark Young Adult Fantasy rebellion story with hispanic/latin influences that explores the heavier experiences of humanity, betrayal, court politics, and deception while subverting common YA tropes.
In a day and age of instant gratification, aggressive marketing, and materialism, many of us are overwhelmed by the dragon hoard of clutter in our lives. There is nothing outright wrong with owning thousands of books, if it brings you joy. But, for many of us, this barricade of stories can overwhelm our minds (and our TBRs), to the point that many of us end up in a reading slump and/or their shelves don't spark joy.
Welcome! I'd like to quickly introduce a new series called Tarot Topics. In this series, I will be using random tarot cards to inspire a topic or reflection to discuss with you all. Hopefully, this will help with my own mindfulness and inspire you to think about certain topics and share your thoughts in the comments.
Here are the books that I have added to my collection for the months of May, June, and July.
There are a lot of people who will try to define bullet journalling with the idea that there is a collection of attributes that qualify something as BiJo, but that is not the case. BuJo is completely customizable and personal. Everyone should BuJo...