Small Business Saturday (Thanksgiving Weekend) Tarot Card Readings!

Hello, all I wanted to let you know if you visit our Facebook page Black Friday through Cyber Monday and book a tarot card reading you are paying by Donation! At least one dollar is needed to book an appointment, and up to as much as your generous heart desires.

To book an appointment you must go to our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/motherearthhearth and go to the services tab. Click on the tarot cards reading service and follow the instructions from there. Link here: https://www.facebook.com/1401360160178387/services/?service_id=1576413695713580

After it has been sent I will see it for approval or needed changes. Please also note your time zone in the appointment. Once your appointment has been approved, you will receive a PayPal link for donations. All those who book a reading will receive it in a detailed format example here: https://motherearthhearth.com/2018/11/20/tarot-card-readings-explanation-example/

Wishing everyone an amazing holiday weekend and I hope to assist you on your life journey!

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Tarot Card Readings Explanation & Example

I like to be straightforward with what my customers will be receiving, so unless you book a local face to face appointment with me, below is an example of what you will receive. I want to firmly stress I DO NOT claim to be a psychic but simply someone who has put in the time, education and am spiritually open enough to receive the information the cards layout in front of me. Tarot Cards are meant to be a guide and I do not give yes or no answers. This is just how I operate. Every person and practitioner is different. I will never claim the title of mastery as life is a forever learning journey. The deck I use is the Leonardo Da Vinci Tarot Deck designed by, the Bulgarian illustrators Iassen Ghiuselev (the major arcana) and Atanas Atanassov (the minor arcana), they were inspired by the great Renaissance master Leonardo da Vinci in creating this deck which, through the immortal images of the Italian artist, has a profound symbolic and artistic significance (Lo Scarabeo, 2018). All readings will be sent via email, and you will receive the example pdf as shown below with purchase. http://www.etsy.com/shop/MotherEarthHearth

Much Love ❤

*The example was one catered to a love life situation & possible twin flame, it is also only a three card spread; readings will be catered to your intent and preferences discussed*

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Here’s What’s Cool

I stumbled upon the photo below this evening and it made me think.

What has happened to the simplest ways of interacting with another? 

It’s all about the next like, the next follow, the next “hit” status or post that will raise your social media engagement.  I am luckily to have seen sincere civility among small niche groups on social media sites, and will admit I am privy to the pull of meeting that next goal, or follower marker, but are we still applying our selves in our best light day to day?

Do we hold the door open for the woman holding three bags and trying to drag her children out of the store? Do we stop to help the man that has dropped his bag, briefcase, or toolbox? While they may seem small they can make a larger impact.

The biggest concern I’ve seen in our social media life is the inability for

  1.  People to admit they may be wrong, even if it is opinion, some are yes incorrect. Belief is great, passion is great, being informed and passionate is greater.
  2. Apologizing when you have realized you were wrong. It takes a simple “what you stated before was right, I apologize, I was misinformed”, to change the flow of a negative conversation.

Unfortunately, it seems our pride is too big for us to admit our mistakes, for us to grow from them, when the whole wide web can see them. We won’t back down, and for what?

I can guess, many others have asked themselves this too in the past. Maybe we can ask ourselves, when we are in the situation, where our opinion may just truly be our opinion or we may be wrong, not to take it to heart, but look at it from the point of view as a way to grow. Take a step back from the consuming pressure of social presence, and take the time to learn. Find ways to support your beliefs or change or grow those beliefs for the better. Do not be so hard headed as to not evolve yourself.

A phase I use often is: Always a Student, Forever Learning

There is always something to learn, explore, change, become skilled at, or help someone with. As I feel I can learn from my own writings, let us take a challenge before a new year, to be the best we can be in all aspects.

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Tarot Card Readings by Donation for the month of October 🍂

UPDATE 10•23•18: “Amazing news all! The VA came through on their end! So with your help, their payments, my funds, and moving around some credits, I am set to graduate on time with (hopefully) no more set backs! I’m going to deactivate the go fund me but wanted to again thank everyone for your donations!!!

I will still be doing readings by Donation for the remaining days in October.

Past story 10•07•18: …Due to some unforeseen hardships, I will be offering tarot card readings by donation for the month of October. You can access them by going to our Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/motherearthhearth and click on the services tab. You can also email us, or look us up on Instagram at our handle @motherearthhearth.

For the story on why please visit:

 https://www.gofundme.com/the-va-and-dod-dropped-the-ball&rcid=r01-153892452649-56e1604781034b5b&pc=ot_co_campmgmt_m

Anything helps and is received with the upmost gratitude.

Auntie “Roads” Chocolate Chip Cookies

Growing up with these cookies, my favorite thing about them is that this recipes keeps them fluffy and soft days after making them

Ingredients needed

  • 3/4 Butter Flavored Crisco Sticks
  • 1 1/4 cups of Firmly Packed Light Brown Sugar
  • 2 tbsps milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 egg
  • 1 3/4 cup flour
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 3/4 tsp baking soda
  • 1 cup semi sweet Chocolate Chips

Step 1

  • Mix first four ingredients, beat egg, and set oven to 375 degrees.

Step 2

  • Mix the remaining ingredients in by hand and roll into small balls and place on lightly coated or non-stick baking sheet.

Step 3

  • Cook for 8-10 minutes *They should look slightly undercooked*

Step 4

  • Allow to cool on baking rack and enjoy with your favorite beverage! From experience they taste great with a big glass of cold 1% milk or vanilla almond milk.

Note: To help maintain freshness and softness place in an air-tight Tupperware.

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“I think this is my Dad’s Recipe” Chili

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Ingredients needed

  • 8oz can of tomato sauce
  • 2 onions
  • 1 packet of fresh garlic
  • 2 Bell Peppers
  • 2 Jalapeños
  • 2 tsp of Paprika
  • 2 cans of Rotel™ green and red chili
  • 1 can of beans of choice
  • 1 tsp of Curry
  • 3 tsp of chili powder
    • Can add ground beef or be eaten as a vegetarian meal

Other items to add to taste pinch is only necessary add to your preference

  • Cumin
  • Black Pepper
  • Crushed Red Pepper
  • Salt
  • Soy Sauce (sounds odd but its good)
  • Cayenne Pepper

Step 1

  • Sauté Garlic and Onions.
    • If adding ground beef brown in separate pan

Step 2

  • Mix all dry ingredients and fresh/canned ingredients separately.

Step 3

  • Place all canned, fresh, and sautéed/cooked ingredients in large pot and set stove on medium heat stir occasionally for 10 minutes.

Step 4

  • Now add all your mixed dry ingredients, add water luke warm water for preference on thickness.

Step 5

  • Cook on high until bubbling. Reduce heat for 45 minutes to an hour on a simmer or low,  do not let it come back to a boil. Stir occasionally to prevent sticking to pot.

Step 6

  • Top with your favorite items!
  • We suggest shredded cheese, sour cream, Fritos™ or Saltines and we hope you enjoy!

*Edit: My husbands side of the family enjoys their chili over white rice*

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