spell: prove them the fuck wrong

Sometimes I make work for myself. And sometimes I make work because I want to prove that the people who don’t believe in me are WRONG. Every time someone’s doubted my ability to make a career from my art, every time someone has expressed concern about my future, every time someone has told me that I’m fooling myself - I want to prove them wrong by creating, creating, creating.

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just a spread to figure out what to do with all of this FEAR

If you pay attention at all, you know that it’s tough being a person with a uterus right now. You know it’s tough to breathe and think when you feel threatened by people so much more powerful than you. It’s hard to imagine being of use to anyone when it feels like your body and agency are valued so little, while those who violently violate bodies still walk free consistently and often. I’m feeling lost, and I’m feeling ANGRY, and I’m turning to cards for some guidance.

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how am i, really?

I am in a rut, and today this rut seems endless. While I have moments of clarity, moments where I see the light at the end of the tunnel, these depths swallow me again. I am not depressed. I am truly happy. The life I’ve built around me is nearly perfect. I love where I live, who I live with, and the way I spend my days. But I want to change, to be better, to lean into the things that matter and the things that will better me.

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june

That feeling when you hear a song for the first time and you know it's going to be something you play over and over again for months and learn every word and it'll be tied to all of the memories you make during this part of your life. 

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Erin Borzak
may

Good Things: Finding a copy of The Wild Unknown tarot in a tiny store in Seattle, and feeling this intense moment of understanding that NOW was the time to buy it again, after having lost my original copy in a motel in Connecticut. It was the first deck I learned to read on, it was the first deck I owned, and I was waiting for the perfect time to replace it. It felt so right, and the cards immediately started reading like I'd been handling them for years. 

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