Lately I’ve started finding some really great tarot blogs through Pinterest. I was amazed at how many blogs are producing great content, and their sites are easy to navigate. So, today I’m sharing some of my favourites. I’m going to start with my old favourites though.
My Old Favourites
Little Red Tarot
Little Red Tarot by Beth Maiden is a wonderful resource, especially those of us in the LGBTI community. Beth is committed to bringing content and resources (there’s a great online shop too) that are relevant to everyone within the divination community. She others regularly writing on the blog, and has a fantastic series called “Queering the Tarot” by Cassandra Snow (which I just found out will actually be a book being released in 2019). If you are queer, or want to learn more about how you can be more LGBTI friendly in your practice, then this website and blog needs to be top of your list.
Biddy Tarot is run by Brigit Esselmont. This is the website that I refer people to who are new to tarot. Brigit built up a wonderful resource perfect for diving into if you are new. She has a book out too, called “Everyday Tarot”. You can find more information on that here. I don’t have this book yet, but it is high on my wish list. Brigit also has a variety of courses and a membership site. I’m yet to try any of these, but everything I have heard about these have been glowingly good.
The Tarot Lady
This is the last of my old favourites. The Tarot Lady is Theresa Reed. I found her a few years ago when I started thinking about having my own tarot business. Theresa has a lot of down-to-earth advice for newbies and tarot business owners alike. She is well respected in the community. I enjoy the resources on her site, and regularly read her blog.
My New Favourites
Learn Tarot With Me
Learn Tarot With Me is run by Angie Green. Her site is aimed at newbies, but anyone will get something out of it. There are lots of resources on learning tarot, including her own, including a members site. My only gripe with this site is that costs are not stated up front.
Tarot Pugs is run by Stacey B. She writes about tarot, magick, and showcases her two gorgeous pugs. Blog posts show up about every two weeks, but they are worth the wait. Stacey has a lot of great advice for tarot readers and witches alike.
Yes, I’m adding Cassandra’s blog here too. There are lots of great blogs on tarot and magick. Cassandra has a love of writing that shows through on her blog. Her writing on tarot and magick is accessible. Her emphasis is on the LGBTI community, but everyone can benefit from reading her blog. There’s lots of resources, including an online store where you can purchase a reading or some resources to help you on your journey.
What are your favourites?
Those are my current favourite tarot blogs. What blogs do you think should be on the list? Please leave a comment and let me know below.
In other news:
I will be starting a book club next month. There will be an announcement here on the blog and on my YouTube channel either later this week or early next week. I really want to focus on self development from a pagan perspective. There will be a mix of books available to choose from each month. We will be starting with “Moonology” by Yasmin Boland. I’ll be creating a newsletter especially for book club members.
My Etsy Shop
My Etsy shop is now live. If you’d like a reading from me, please use the link in the menu bar at the top to go directly to my Etsy shop.
Thank you so much for your support and reading this far.
Have a wonderful week.