Like quite a few other peeps I’m having a big New Year’s clean-up, clear-up and sort-out at home at the moment. What else are holidays for? #criesquietlyinacorner
The Tarot cards involved in this exercise would probably include…
Eight of Cups: Letting go of things you love
Never easy. I’ve been having regular clear-outs for the last few years but sometimes I can only let go of a beloved childhood book – that I never read – or a household appliance – that I never use – on the fourth or fifth try.
That’s because these things either…
Six of Cups: Nostalgia
Hold precious memories for me.
Nine of Swords: Unnecessary concern
I’m worried I might need them one day.
Eight of Pentacles: Process
You have to be quite methodical when re-organising your worldly goods, otherwise your house ends up looking like a tip *cough #guilty
Nine of Cups: Feeling satisfied
However, having a good clear-out can bring you a great deal of personal satisfaction because…
Two of Pentacles: Juggling your priorities
(a) It helps you feel on top of the juggling act you have to do everyday, as you can actually find stuff when you need it and…
Two of Wands
(b) You get a better view of what you do want to focus on
Seven of Wands Reversed: Wasting your energy
(c) You don’t squander so much time on unimportant things, such as moving piles of notes from one desk to another – or is that just me?
Are you having a New Year’s clean up?