Everyone Can Learn Some Very Important Answers by Doing What I Do

When people say that “It’s in the cards,” I always think they mean psychic reading tarot cards because the answers have always been there for me when it comes to tarot. I do not know if that’s where that phrase originated from, but it has always been true for me when it comes to the psychic world. Prior to knowing anything about it, I felt like a nervous wreck all the time. I was confused about the people around me. I felt that way with coworkers, friends, family, etc. That is because I really couldn’t understand them, but now I do.

My mom was the one who told me that I needed to accept that I don’t know everything and never will. This conversation came about when I told her that I was fearful often because I could not understand the motivation behind so many things that people do. This was even more true when it comes to some of the unkind thngs people do to one another. Mom made me feel like the world was hopeless that day, though. She didn’t mean to, but she made me believe that I would never find the answers I would need to see if I was putting my trust in the right people or wrong people. I felt that I would just have to go on meeting person after person and putting all my faith in them until I would learn whether they were good or bad people.

Getting my tarot cards changed that for me. Getting through life is not hopeless at all, and the people who know how to give readings can see what I cannot understand on my own. It saves me a lot of time and heartache. I can just pick up the phone and answer a psychic reader about the things that I wonder about people I meet, and they can tell me what is a must when it comes to trusting or not.

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We Did the Smart Thing by Having a Wedding Just for Us

When I reached my 40s, I wondered if I would ever get married. I had no idea that I would be in the positon of being an older bride. It used to confuse me because I never had any trouble finding dates, and I had even had three different, long-term boyfriends. Finally, when I reached the age of 47, my then-boyfriend proposed to me. I was elated. We decided on a destination wedding in Edmonton and everything about it was just perfect. It fit out needs very well, and we tell everyone we know that they might like to do the same when they get married, too. It was much easier than having to deal with a big fancy wedding with hundreds of people. It was nicely affordable as well, and we didn’t have to spend $10,000 or more to make a lot guests happy.

Both my husband and I are pretty frugral with our money. I wouldn’t say that we are cheapsakes because we do like to have some fun in life and money is needed for that. We simply make sure that we don’t blow money on things that are not absolutely necessary. The nice thing about that is that we already have a very large retirement fund for the two of us and we even had a large amount of money to put toward the downpayment of our home. We have noticed that many people we know are struggling to do these things, despite the fact that they are in their forties. We don’t have the same stress that they have because we are careful with what we spend on.

I told my hsuband early on that I did not want to spend excess money on a wedding that we woudl barely remember 10 years after the fact. My sister had spent thousands on her own wedding day, and she says now that the night was a blur and she wishes she would have just done something far more simple like having a destination wedding.

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