YOU NEED TO READ BETWEEN THE LINES

I have been collecting a few card decks. Not playing cards but tarot/oracle cards these below actually

  • The Everyday Tarot
  • The Angel Guide Oracle
  • Chakra Wisdom Oracle Cards

I have been doing a few readings for people and I really enjoy it and it’s great when they can resonate with the cards and their meaning.

I bought this little bag and my Angel cards in their box fits in there perfectly.

On a new moon and a full moon I draw a card from my Tarot a card from my Angel ones. I write it down and see if in those two weeks between the moon phases it describes anything I think ooo yes that’s so true

You don’t have to be really into spirituality to have a reading just an understanding of your feelings.

I know it’s not for everyone but it is for me. Let me know if you’ve had a reading or own a deck.

35 lessons in 35 years

I’m now at the ripe age of 35…I thought it would be good to tell you some things I have learnt in those years that I think are lessons for life and can apply to anyone of any age too.

Feel free to take note of these on paper or your phone

Ok so let’s jump right in

1. Take a deep breath it calms the mind

2. Nobody is perfect

3. Time stops for no-one

4. Never judge someone by face value

5. Take life one step at a time, don’t rush it.

6. Older people have valuable advice…that’s why they get called wise owls

7. Never feel pressured, stand your ground

8. Memories are so very precious, go make them

9. Sometimes it’s worth risking it for a chocolate biscuit

10. Always be proud of who you are

11. Cluttered rooms means cluttered minds

12. Be the friend you’d like to have

13. The first person you fall in love with should always be yourself

14. Life isn’t fair, but it can still be good

15. Budgeting your money will help you in the long run

16. Don’t be afraid to ask for help or advice

17. Document…so you can look back at a later date and reflect

18. Say yes more

19. Spend time with your loved ones…share the love

20. Don’t lose that bit of your inner child

21. Not everyone is going to like you and that’s ok

22. You are not defined by a number

23. Finding out what love and heartbreak feels like and learn from it

24. Thoughts are powerful so make them positive

25. Nobody has their shit together 100% of the time

26. It’s never too late to learn a new skill

27. It’s best to have a handful of great friends than lots of half ass friends

28. Take time for you

29. Don’t ever try to fit in, you were born to stand out

30. Use your creativity and run with it as far as it will go

31. Remember how fortunate you are

32. Life is not a goal it’s a journey

33. Laughter is the best medicine / therapy

34. It’s ok to let go and move on.

35. If it’s not ok it’s not the end

I have so many lessons that I literally would be here all day typing away. Please know that in life you need to have picked up things along the way that makes you think yes that makes so much sense, and then apply them accordingly.

Thanks for stopping by

Til next time

H x

A TO Z OF ME

This is quite a fun little exercise to do and I had this in my notes section on my phone then I could add ones in and post it when I had the full alphabet.


So the aim of it is to be kind to yourself when using the descriptive words to describe yourself. It’s not that hard you just need to think a bit.


Here is what I came up with for me

I’d love to see some of you give this a go

Also i am new on this blog so woud love some new blogs to follow and to find likeminded people. So feel free to leave your blog address below.

Thanks for stopping by,

til next time

H x

MY FIRST POST

What do I write for my first post of the blog?

I guess i’ll just start here….

As you can tell i am a fan of the colour pink with the blog name WORDS OF A PINKAHOLIC. I love writing, whether its in its true form on paper or digitally online. It brings me so much happiness. It all started when my Mum bought me a lined notebook from tesco and a packet of bic pens. 

Wherever i went so did my notebook. 

We would go to the cafe in the school holidays and i would write a poem about one of the people behind the counter. Then i had to share it with them before i left. They loved it.

Then a trip to the hairdressers, while i was waiting for Mum to have her perm done which was about 3 hours i would have written a nice lengthy story. One i remember was about the hairdresser who got distracted easily and accidentally chopped off someone’s ear, the person didn’t mind because they said they couldn’t hear out of it anyway…thy sure couldn’t now haha.

My storytelling didn’t go unnoticed, My headteacher read my competition entry out in assembly at primary school as it won and i put my head in my hands with embarrassment as everyone clapped. The prize was 3 books of my choice from the local bookshop. I was highly delighted. Then my English teacher in year 9 read out my piece of writing we had to write which we had to use alot of adjectives. Mine was about falling off of a horse and cart into a pile of horse shit at 4 years old. I got an A for that.  Funny but more proud for the marking.

I wouldn’t say i am the best at writing as i don’t always write it as it should be, but i know what i mean and as long as the reader does and its not a professional piece i don’t think it matters.

I will leave it there. You will find out about the pinkaholic side of me as i write more blog posts.

Thanks for stopping by…

Til Next time 

H x