As you probably know by now, learning about and divining with Tarot cards has been a potent and powerful way for me to stay connected to my Truth and essence this year.
If you haven’t grabbed up this free Tarot resource I created, I gathered up some spreads I personally use and specific questions (phrasing is so important!) to ask your cards.
Onward to my six favorite decks, shall we?
Continue reading Six Unique & Deep Tarot Decks to Tap Into Your Truth
A while back, I’d written about my morning routine called ENJOY; a structured but free-flowing way to start your day with ease and grace—while also remaining on task and not in a space of stagnation.
Many women have reflected to me how much they love ENJOY-ing their way into their day—but, as time has passed and I’ve practiced this more and more (along with my partner Tony, who will sometimes cutely beg for us to do it on days I forget), I now have fresh ideas for how to ENJOY.
Continue reading Fresh Ideas For a Flourishing Feminine Morning Routine (Update to ENJOY)
As I was purchasing the Kindle version of Big Magic today (note: everything Elizabeth Gilbert writes/says/does should be on an artist’s priority list of conscious consumption), I realized I hadn’t written about my own list of books that have changed my life.
So with no further adieu, here they are!
These books have completely helped me upgrade my communication, relationships, business and health in the last few years, and I’m super grateful for them.
Continue reading The 12 Nonfiction Books That Have Changed How I Live In the World
This is excerpted from my induction interview as a Professional Member of the Boulder Writers’ Workshop.
What kinds of writing projects are you working on?
Amy Segreti: I’m constantly working on a myriad of things. When I was younger, I didn’t finish as much as I started; now, I’m getting better at doing my work and keeping commitments.
I work with clients on writing/editing projects, everything from press releases to book-length pieces, to private company branding and messaging. I started a print magazine of longform journalism on place, palate and pleasure in 2012, then moved it online. I also write a lot of narrative nonfiction and what I call “passion journalism”—I love writing in an inspired way, whether that’s about my life or about someone who is sharing their passion with me.
Whether I’m writing a news story, personal poetry, or a food and travel article, the purpose I strive for is to be the conduit for a genuine connection between my subject and readers.
Continue reading How Writing is Similar to Worship, Influenced by Place, and Inseparable from Reading