Plan With Me – November: Astrology Forecast, Tarotscope, and Goals & Intentions

Ugh, October went by way too fast. I watched a whopping 19 scary movies, so I can’t say I didn’t take advantage of the spooky vibes! I would have to say my favorite new ones that I watched would have to be The Autopsy of Jane Doe and Midsommar. I just love getting scared, so I also went to Los Angeles’ Haunted Hayride with Austin and some friends, which was so much fun! I can watch all the scary movies and not be affected at all, but put me in a dark haunted maze and I’ll scream at any sign of movement. I completed the month by hanging out in a graveyard and watching The Sixth Sense, my forever scariest movie that traumatized me when I was younger, whilst surrounded by dead people. You can’t get more Halloween than that.

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Plan With Me – October: Astrology Forecast, Tarotscope, and Goals & Intentions

September was the month I finally started to get my shit together. After a tough few months dealing with constant anxiety, I was prescribed an antidepressant. This is my first time taking medication like this and, while it’s quite nerve-wracking, I’m feeling more hopeful about the future. I also took a beautiful 10 day vacation (recap coming to the blog soon but posted below some pics from my Instagram!) that was the perfect reset I needed. All in all, I would say September was a pretty good month!

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Plan With Me – September: Astrology Forecast, Tarotscope, and Goals & Intentions

August was not the gentle month I was hoping for. I struggled with a lot of anxiety for the majority of the month, something I haven’t had to deal with so consistently in so long, and then my dog passed away. August really decided to test me, huh! Reflecting on it now, I can see that during these hardships I leaned on my family and friends for support. I was very open and vulnerable with my anxiety and started a support group chat with others that confided in me their similar struggles. It was terrifying to be so vulnerable but I found a supportive community of people because of it. When Jake passed away, I immediately sheltered myself in my family’s love and we got each other through the first few days without him. This month just proved to me how crucial family and friends are during times of need.

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