Tarot Tuesday's Big Reveal for July 10, 2018

/ Tuesday, July 10, 2018

It's time for the Big Reveal! If you haven't done so yet, please go to the Facebook page and select your card. Come back here, and see how well you did. This is an exercise in honing your intuition.

For the regulars, let's get to it!



Card 1: The Moon



The Wizards Tarot


Are you feeling disconnected to the values and traditions with which you were brought up? Is an alienation from the norm creeping into your life? Have you been talked into something that only last year you would have considered preposterous? Are you aimless in your goals and ambition? Has an artistically inspired streak of creativity suddenly appeared out of nowhere? All of these brooding outsider tendencies call forth The Moon card from the Tarot deck when you seek a reading to show you the way.

You may be getting so many mixed signals from the outside world. The temptations of alcohol, drugs, meaningless pleasure seeking, gambling and other escapes from reality are all too real. The Moon represents falling out of touch with reality. However, it also represents a chance to better yourself by not believing in the false assumptions that we all agree to within societal norms. Instead of following the path that you are told will get you somewhere (the path that has at present left you lost), The Moon signals your opportunity to create your own structures; a life from your own imagination and design.
You are definitely in a more psychic and intuitive phase than usual, so it will be important for you to trust your instincts and your impressions, even if you don't know where they are coming from. Also, not that you need to be mistrusting, but it will be helpful for you to realize that when this card appears, it's possible that all is not what it seems. If you feel you can't trust someone, then you probably can't. Go with your gut.



Card 2: The Knight of Pentacles



The Witches Tarot


Are the details of life dragging you down? Are finances and possessions overtaking your consciousness? Is there a new person in your life who flaunts his or her wealth but is incapable of sharing any of it? All of this dull weight of the material world will be revealed when one of the heaviest Tarot cards in the deck is overturned in your reading: The Knight of Pentacles.


In the present position, the Knight of Pentacles signals that you may be bored amidst all of your contentment. There is a tendency to not appreciate the things that keep us comfortable. The Knight is on a black horse, showing that we lose sight of appreciating a person who is providing for us. Is a generous man taking care of you while you flirt with or fantasize about other possible lovers? The combination of boredom and material comfort that the Knight of Pentacles provides is a recipe for a restless mind and spirit to find trouble.

The Knight tells us to pay attention to the mundane and normal parts of our lives. A wise man once said,  "Take care of the little things, and the big things will all fall into place." The Knight of  Pentacles asks you to look at how you are handling your affairs, and is a grounding influence.



Card 3: Death



Mary El Tarot


Death does not necessarily, or even usually, indicate physical death. This card simply indicates transformation and change. This is definitely a time of deep transformation, likely to be both internally and externally in your life. Situations, things, and people that you have counted on or gotten used to may no longer be available to you in quite the same way as they once were. This transition can be very difficult for some people. The change though, is nearly always needed.

The more accepting you can be of change of any description during this time the better. Simply put, the less you try to control what is underway the more comfortable this time will be for you. Often what you need to let go of is some sort of self-limiting belief or attitude. Sometimes we just can't see how our attitudes are hurting us, and when that is true this time period can be a wake-up call.

The energy of this time is not just change or destruction; it is change or destruction followed by renewal. Even though one door may have closed for you another is opening. The change is coming whether you want it or not so pluck up your courage and step through the door. This change is needed.



Card 4: Knight of Wands



The Gilded Tarot


Are you about to make a bold move? Has a project assigned to you been executed with an impressive new approach? Are you thinking outside the box and getting noticed at school or on the job? Has a creative inspiration caused you to get to work on your masterpiece? Is a solution to customer problems inspiring you to start your own business? The Knight of Wands would likely show up in your Tarot reading under such circumstances, as it is the card of sudden solutions arriving in a flurry of inspiration.


The Knight of Wands in the present position indicates that a new idea or creative inspiration is about to consume you. This could indicate a love obsession, especially if the reality of you and a certain someone getting together would shock or scandalize the neighborhood, friends and family. The Knight of Wands appears in the present position when you are strongly considering a relationship with a much younger or older man, or a relationship that is experimental in nature; perhaps your first encounter with another woman. The Knight's inspiration is a flood of intense connections of many ideas and feelings that challenge tradition and the social order.

Knights are often message bearers, and in the Wands suit, the messages are likely to be positive and related to work or career. Your projects are likely to be/have been more successful than you would have expected or predicted. You have a lot of reasons to feel pride. Savor it.



How did you do? Are you finding this exercise helpful? What insights would you like to share? You are welcome to contact me here, or on the Facebook page (where most people comment). I look forward to hearing from you!
























It's time for the Big Reveal! If you haven't done so yet, please go to the Facebook page and select your card. Come back here, and see how well you did. This is an exercise in honing your intuition.

For the regulars, let's get to it!



Card 1: The Moon



The Wizards Tarot


Are you feeling disconnected to the values and traditions with which you were brought up? Is an alienation from the norm creeping into your life? Have you been talked into something that only last year you would have considered preposterous? Are you aimless in your goals and ambition? Has an artistically inspired streak of creativity suddenly appeared out of nowhere? All of these brooding outsider tendencies call forth The Moon card from the Tarot deck when you seek a reading to show you the way.

You may be getting so many mixed signals from the outside world. The temptations of alcohol, drugs, meaningless pleasure seeking, gambling and other escapes from reality are all too real. The Moon represents falling out of touch with reality. However, it also represents a chance to better yourself by not believing in the false assumptions that we all agree to within societal norms. Instead of following the path that you are told will get you somewhere (the path that has at present left you lost), The Moon signals your opportunity to create your own structures; a life from your own imagination and design.
You are definitely in a more psychic and intuitive phase than usual, so it will be important for you to trust your instincts and your impressions, even if you don't know where they are coming from. Also, not that you need to be mistrusting, but it will be helpful for you to realize that when this card appears, it's possible that all is not what it seems. If you feel you can't trust someone, then you probably can't. Go with your gut.



Card 2: The Knight of Pentacles



The Witches Tarot


Are the details of life dragging you down? Are finances and possessions overtaking your consciousness? Is there a new person in your life who flaunts his or her wealth but is incapable of sharing any of it? All of this dull weight of the material world will be revealed when one of the heaviest Tarot cards in the deck is overturned in your reading: The Knight of Pentacles.


In the present position, the Knight of Pentacles signals that you may be bored amidst all of your contentment. There is a tendency to not appreciate the things that keep us comfortable. The Knight is on a black horse, showing that we lose sight of appreciating a person who is providing for us. Is a generous man taking care of you while you flirt with or fantasize about other possible lovers? The combination of boredom and material comfort that the Knight of Pentacles provides is a recipe for a restless mind and spirit to find trouble.

The Knight tells us to pay attention to the mundane and normal parts of our lives. A wise man once said,  "Take care of the little things, and the big things will all fall into place." The Knight of  Pentacles asks you to look at how you are handling your affairs, and is a grounding influence.



Card 3: Death



Mary El Tarot


Death does not necessarily, or even usually, indicate physical death. This card simply indicates transformation and change. This is definitely a time of deep transformation, likely to be both internally and externally in your life. Situations, things, and people that you have counted on or gotten used to may no longer be available to you in quite the same way as they once were. This transition can be very difficult for some people. The change though, is nearly always needed.

The more accepting you can be of change of any description during this time the better. Simply put, the less you try to control what is underway the more comfortable this time will be for you. Often what you need to let go of is some sort of self-limiting belief or attitude. Sometimes we just can't see how our attitudes are hurting us, and when that is true this time period can be a wake-up call.

The energy of this time is not just change or destruction; it is change or destruction followed by renewal. Even though one door may have closed for you another is opening. The change is coming whether you want it or not so pluck up your courage and step through the door. This change is needed.



Card 4: Knight of Wands



The Gilded Tarot


Are you about to make a bold move? Has a project assigned to you been executed with an impressive new approach? Are you thinking outside the box and getting noticed at school or on the job? Has a creative inspiration caused you to get to work on your masterpiece? Is a solution to customer problems inspiring you to start your own business? The Knight of Wands would likely show up in your Tarot reading under such circumstances, as it is the card of sudden solutions arriving in a flurry of inspiration.


The Knight of Wands in the present position indicates that a new idea or creative inspiration is about to consume you. This could indicate a love obsession, especially if the reality of you and a certain someone getting together would shock or scandalize the neighborhood, friends and family. The Knight of Wands appears in the present position when you are strongly considering a relationship with a much younger or older man, or a relationship that is experimental in nature; perhaps your first encounter with another woman. The Knight's inspiration is a flood of intense connections of many ideas and feelings that challenge tradition and the social order.

Knights are often message bearers, and in the Wands suit, the messages are likely to be positive and related to work or career. Your projects are likely to be/have been more successful than you would have expected or predicted. You have a lot of reasons to feel pride. Savor it.



How did you do? Are you finding this exercise helpful? What insights would you like to share? You are welcome to contact me here, or on the Facebook page (where most people comment). I look forward to hearing from you!























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It's time for the Big Reveal! If you're new, please go to the Facebook page first. Choose your card, then come back here to see what you've chosen.

For veteran wildlys, let's get to it! I added another card today, so let's see how that affected your reading.



Card 1: Strength



Fenestra Tarot
Do you feel a little more in control with less effort than ever? Is it easier than before to maintain your position and engender respect? Has a relationship that might have once been frustrating lately been a source of joy? Has your anger over a situation made you more committed to taking responsibility and working toward beneficial outcomes? The Strength card is one of the most sophisticated cards in the Tarot deck, representing a higher level of consciousness that takes responsibility in order to master yourself and your world.


In the present position, Strength is one of the best cards in the Tarot deck. You are in the midst of getting to know how to rule your world. You are not domineering in this control. Strength is a card that exerts its control through understanding and cooperation. You are in charge, but others do your bidding because you have made it worth their while and created a joyful context in which all of you interact.



Card 2: The Tower


The Faerie Tarot by Nathalie Hertz
Has a big change of plans occurred? Are you getting a Tarot reading because some unexpected event has completely changed your life? Has your world turned upside down? Was a steady part of your life recently destabilized in dramatic fashion? Is change happening too quickly for you to hold on to something? If so, the tower is influencing events and has appeared in your Tarot reading. This card is the Tarot's way of acknowledging that the rapid transformation occurring in your world is due to forces beyond your control. Be it a stirring of Mother Nature, or the impact of someone else's economic decisions on your life, understand that these are circumstances with which you had little if any influence over.

In the present position, anything goes with this card. Relationships, jobs, financial circumstances … any situation could be affected. The chaos unleashed by The Tower in this position usually affects one area of your life, but the affects are thorough. You may lose a job, but your love relationship will grow stronger as a result. You might get dumped, but you will get an easier work schedule that boosts your pay. Juxtapositions of absence/abundance are inevitable.



Card 3: The Knight of Swords



The China Tarot- Der Jen

Are you avoiding the cold reality of a situation? Were you too blunt with someone who needed to be told some news in a more gingerly fashion? Is it past time for some plain talk between you and a lover? Were you so insulated from criticism that you developed a thin skin and are now having it pinched at the most casual comments from friends and strangers alike? Have you been dealing with a boss who seems to assign jobs that can never be delivered fast nor perfect enough? Look for the Knight of Swords to appear in your Tarot reading. This is not a card of bad news, so much as a signal of information arriving at an inconvenient time and delivered in an inelegant manner.

The Knight of Swords in the present position is an indicator that you are getting some unwanted news. Perhaps your very Tarot reading is not going as planned! The Knight of Swords has a pinpoint focus and stays on topic. There may be plenty you are avoiding in your life, perhaps that you have become quite good at avoiding. The Knight of Swords assures you that suddenly you are no longer able to avoid things and that confrontation can and will commence.




Card 4: The 8 of Cups



Crystal Visions Tarot

The Eight of Cups is at its most powerful in the present position. This card reveals the fundamental hopelessness of a current relationship, job or other stressful situation. If you have been considering moving on, this card and its message will come as no surprise when it appears in the present position of your Tarot reading. The strength of this card is in the person actually having left the situation – this is a motivation for you to make a radical change with your current situation. If life is fine and dandy and you cannot imagine things changing, the Eight of Cups is a card that insists you look around at those closest to you and confronts you with the notion that these people might not be at all happy with the way things are going. The Eight of Cups may wake you up from a state of obliviousness. In that regard, this can be a card of empathy.

Know that renewed good times lie ahead for you. If your "gut" is telling you that you really need to get out of a relationship, job, or living arrangement, trust yourself. Instead of this coming out of the blue, or someone or something leaving you, it usually means that you are the one who will make this choice. Very often one door has to close behind you before the next door in front of you can fully open.



Card 5: Justice



Shadowscapes Tarot

Justice often refers to legal matters of all kinds. The courts are where judgments are made and decisions rendered. The legal system is the official arena in which the principles of Justice (fairness, impartiality and the quest for Truth) are explored. If you see the Justice card in a reading where there are legal matters at hand, expect the outcome to be just and fair. You are also likely to be dealing with legal contracts, such as a marriage license, divorce decree, business contract, financial arrangement or litigation. Where you are the person demanding justice, know that justice will be served and lawsuits won. Of course, if you have acted in a deceptive way or have not spoken the truth, be aware that justice will still prevail and you will need to take responsibility for your actions.


The Justice card also indicates a time when decision-making is required. Something in your life needs attention, mediation or a solution.  As you contemplate your decision, are you the person to pass judgment, or is your role to accept the decision that is made? How can you remain as objective as possible, while searching for the truth of the matter? It is an important time for your ‘inner umpire’ (i.e. your conscience) to make the ‘right’ decision. Balanced judgment exists.




How did you do? Did the fifth card choice make it more difficult to choose? Given the weight of all the cards in the spread, how is that affecting you? Remember, we have several planets in retrograde right now, and that energy is also playing a part in your life. How will you take what you've received today and use it for your benefit this week?

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Card 1: The Magician




78 Tarot Carnival

When the opportunity to use your best talents arises, your performance will seem like magic to those around you. When you have a set of plans and enact them to perfection, quickly accomplishing your goal, people will be shocked. Your accomplishments will seem ordinary to you, as if they should have happened without question, but others will look at what you do like it is a new form of magic. All of these circumstances summon forth The Magician card from the Tarot deck. This is the card of making things happen, being in control, getting what you want because you understand how to earn it … and impressing everyone in the process of doing what comes natural to you.

In the present position, this card signals the urgency of a situation of which you must seize to take advantage. In this position, The Magician indicates that your ability to be yourself and impress the right person or people can have a big impact on the direction your life takes. The Magician in the present position is a metaphor for your free will and good luck combining in a rare opportunity to move way ahead in life. When this card is in this position, take your great leap forward.



Card 2: The Page of Wands



The Dark Fairytale Tarot
The Page of Wands is a card that blesses any tarot reading with the good fortune of youthful creativity. But how you use this blessing can be an exciting accomplishment or a total disaster.
Page cards in the present position represent you starting life over again. The Page of Wands shows you with a new idea of taking control over your own destiny. It is a powerful card in the present position, a clean slate with momentum in your favor.


In general, this card indicates that things that you started some time ago are starting to come to fruition. It can also show a need for new things - new adventures, new approaches, and new ideas. The Page brings us beneficial energy. We must supply the follow-through. This can be a very creative time for you, and a good time for you to actually become childlike. Dream, play, be inventive. You never know what your creations during this time might come to.



Card 3: The Ace of Swords


Tarot of Dreams

When it is time to "cut through the B.S.," one card in the Tarot deck will do the cutting for you: The Ace of Swords. This is the card that appears when communication is in need of being clarified. This is a nice way of saying that when someone is giving you a snow job about something, the Ace of Swords is with you to cut those words to shreds and find the clear meaning of them.

The Ace of Swords delivers the reality of the situation to you. This is not always easy to accept, as often it is you who have been lying to yourself, denying the truth about a relationship or other intense situation in your life. This card perseveres in a quest for what is real, but your idea of what that reality might actually be is not guaranteed.

In the present position, you are clarifying an absolute in your life under which you have been serving. Perhaps you sought a Tarot reading specifically to find a better way to describe what is going on in your life. The Ace of Swords is especially empowering in this position because you are able to confront vagaries and inaccuracies in your life that are not adding up. The Ace of Swords gives you the strength to confront situations that do not mesh with your understanding of things and the presence of mind to articulate your position.



Card 4: The Queen of Pentacles



Legacy of the Divine Tarot

When you have been nurtured into a place of happiness or are bettering a person, yourself or a situation, expect the Queen of Pentacles to appear in your Tarot reading. But does this card represent you, your potential, or someone who appears at some point during the magical journey known as your life?

In the present position, the Queen of Pentacles signals that you are either enjoying a time now of being taken care of or are happily taking care of someone. The card's presence again demands that you assess your situation to receive the message – is this Queen someone who is currently making your life a little easier and providing for you or are you the person making sure that someone special is being nurtured.

This card can indicate that you will be spending time, money, and energy on your home, getting it to be more comfortable. This is a good thing, provided you don't take on too much debt. People will be looking to you for insight and/or advice. You will be able to help them, if you are so inclined. This is a time period when you can get a lot accomplished.




How did you do? What insights have you received today? Please share your thoughts here in comments or on the Facebook page. What else can I do to help you? I look forward to hearing from you!


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For my veterans, let's get to it!


Card 1: The Eight of Pentacles


Sun and Moon Tarot
The 8 of Pentacles, in general, points to necessary efforts. You will have a lot on your plate that you must accomplish. Dedication to the tasks at hand is important (and admirable,) but working for its own sake can be counterproductive. Be clear on what you are trying to accomplish. Strive for balance.

If you are seeking employment, this card can indicate that you will be hired into a new, demanding position that tests your skills. Have faith in yourself. Know that you can do what's necessary to be successful in the position. If you are currently working, you may be saddled with far more responsibility and tasks than can be accomplished well. Don't hesitate to request assistance in prioritizing from supervisors.

Consider the spiritual aspect of life with regard to your working life whether or not you work at a traditional job. Why are you doing what  you are doing? What growth are you creating? You will benefit from actively reading more about spirituality and talking with those who come from belief systems other than your own. Be open, and you will benefit.



Card 2: The Page of Cups



The Vanessa Tarot

When the Page of Cups appears, it's a signal to allow the child-like side of yourself to come forward. Like most of the Cups suit, the Page is an uplifting and encouraging sign to receive in a tarot reading. It also can indicate that someone - likely someone who is younger than you is coming your way soon, with a message for you.

In general, this card shows a need to play, to dream, to have a little fun. When this card appears, it sometimes means that you've been taking yourself far too seriously. Margot Fonteyn said,"The one important thing I have learned over the years is the difference between taking one's work seriously, and taking one's self seriously. The first is imperative and the second is disastrous." Know the difference.

A younger person (even younger by a few days) may be part of your love scenario. Remember that love doesn't know of age, don't discount people who are younger purely on that basis! This card in the context of love can mean that someone is about to sweep you off your feet. Give him/her a chance.



Card 3: Justice



Mary El Tarot
This card evokes the need for fairness, balance, and harmony. Operate in as balanced and reasonable a fashion as you can. This includes in how you think about and treat yourself. If you are directly involved with a court case, it is likely to be resolved, at least in large degree, in your favor.

You need to be sure that your work/life balance is where it needs to be. Too much emphasis on either throws the other into balance. For most people, one or the other comes more easily to us; be sure that regardless of which field (personal life or work) you feel most comfortable in, that you are giving the other part of life as much attention and energy. Balance is necessary in order to thrive.

It's important to "stay in the moment" and, once again, to pay attention to how you are (or are not) keeping a sense of balance in your life. Moderation is not just for monks, it's an important part of living a sensible and healthy life. Consider how you might be "out of balance" - particularly if you have a health challenge now and remedy the situation. You have the power to do so.

If you are questioning whether you and your long-term partner are likely to stay together, often when this card appears, the answer is that you are likely to choose to go your separate ways. On the other hand, if you are single, this is a time when commitment may be coming your way very shortly. Stay clear about what you most want from relationships, and you are likely to "find it" that much sooner.



Card 4: The Sun




Druidcraft Tarot

When the Sun card shows for you, it's a sign that soon you are likely to find yourself feeling more free than you have in a while - maybe years. This is a great time to take a vacation and to experience different things. The Sun is about vitality, freedom, joy, and self-expression.


If you're looking for a new job, this card can signify that it's right around the corner for you. It's important, no matter what happens, to keep your ego under control and to share any credit for good work with those who work with you even if you did all or nearly all of the work! On the whole, your work is stable and moving toward new opportunities and improvements.


Money is likely to be much better than usual. Still, hold on to some for unexpected expenses. If you've been waiting on a decision to be made by others it means you won't have to wait much longer and that the decision is very likely to be in your favor.


This is a time when you are very likely to be able to see the truth with a capital "T" about life; which is that there is a great deal of beauty, joy and happiness to be found in this life, if you are looking hard enough and in the right places. Spread this very important message. This is a great time to try different spiritual approaches on for size to see if any of them work for  you.



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Card 1: The Three of Swords



Joie De Vivre Tarot
The presence of the Three of Swords suggests significant pain in your life. This pain is likely caused by or the result of conflict, perhaps due to disrupted partnership or friendship. This pain may be part of a new beginning, but you must face your pain honestly to overcome it.

In general, this card can point to very deep emotional issues that must be addressed before the querent can move on. Denying pain does not make it go away (any more than denying a broken leg makes it heal.) However, attention must be paid to balance here also as it must be paid with the 2 of Swords.

Allow yourself to experience the pain, but do not wallow in it. It's not healthy to stay in this state for long. However, you must be the one to decide when enough is enough. Seek counseling if you need to. Your mental and emotional health is as important as your physical well-being. Take good care of you. The world needs your special gifts that only you bring to us.



Card 2: The Nine of Pentacles



The Steampunk Tarot

The 9 of Pentacles points to happiness and success. This is on both the mundane and the inner realms. You will have a great deal about which to be hopeful and grateful. Expect the best to happen. You'll be in the position to help those less fortunate than yourself. Pay attention not only to your material abundance but also to your spirituality.


If you're looking for a position, the 9 of Pentacles could well point to a better job coming your way than you would have thought possible. Even if you're currently employed, expect a change for the better, both in terms of your circumstances and your pay. You are likely to be feeling a great deal of spiritual peace and happiness. Your self-esteem is possibly higher than it has ever been, which is a very good thing. You are in the position now to mentor others, and to share the spiritual insights that you have accumulated. Spread the word, and share your happiness!



Card 3: The Page of Swords



78 Tarot Carnival

Page cards represent a fresh, demanding challenge to your position in the world. The Page of Swords exists to remind you that your integrity is the sharpest weapon in your arsenal. No matter how experienced you are in the world, from time to time, problems arise that are truly novel situations. When your policy is sticking to the truth, these conundrums are simple to resolve.


When the Page comes up in relation to health matters, chances are good that you have been overdoing it, working too hard, behaving too intensely. Give yourself and the others around you a break, your frayed nerves demand it. Silence and rest works wonders. If you've started a new workout regime, don't push yourself too hard. You may have been ignoring your spiritual side.  Explore spiritual belief systems that interest you. Open your mind. If you think it's already open, go deeper.

The Page of Swords is also all about communication, information and ideas. This card is an indication that you need to appreciate and communicate ideas, information and theories. You are always coming up with something new and then finding someone to share it with. You also have a way with words, being a good writer or speaker, and you are passionate about what you are doing. However, be careful that you do not engage in gossip. While this Page loves to talk and to be ‘in the know’, it is important that you use this talent to benefit others, rather than to create negativity. You may also want to be careful about what you say to whom, as you may be more prone to sharing confidential information about yourself. So, protect your privacy. And you may need to first ground your thoughts, before speaking, in order to ensure that you do not later regret what you have said.



Card 4: The World



Shadowscapes Tarot

In a general context, The World Tarot card signifies having the world at your feet! This can be in a literal sense as The World is one of the Travel cards of the Major Arcana. It can represent new worlds opening up for you so you can expect to be welcomed by the people in the countries to which you travel.

The World can also mean you will have the world at your feet in another sense, i.e. that you will be successful and the opportunities available to you at the moment are endless. You have gone through the trials and tribulations of the rest of the Major Arcana, you have endured the hardships and learned your lessons and now you will reap the rewards. You should be proud of what you have achieved, it has not been easy to get here but you’ve done it. The universe is smiling upon you and luck is on your side when this Major Arcana card appears in your reading so grab the opportunities available to you.

The World can represent the completion of a challenge such as a university course or a project; or it can represent finally achieving a dream or aspiration such as starting your own business, getting married or having children. You have reached the point where you can be happy with what you have accomplished. Success can bring a whole new set of challenges or worries so make sure you’re not carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders. You’ve worked hard to get to this point so stop and savor the moment! Celebrate your accomplishments.




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