Posts made in January, 2018

Tips To Make 2018 Awesome

Posted by on Jan 30, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

In no particular order, here is a list of suggestions that I personally and intuitively feel will improve your chances of making 2018 the best year ever! Let go of the past. You can’t move forward very effectively carrying old baggage. Declutter. A balanced and clean living space translates to mental clarity and peace of mind. Let go of relationships that are emotionally draining and nurture the ones that are healthy. Travel often. Even a short weekend road trip is enough to mix up your routine and keep things fresh. Balance your spiritual and philosophical side with some jokes and laughter....

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Important Change of Services

Posted by on Jan 24, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Back in October, I made an important announcement regarding the services I offer. I’ve gotten word that some people mistook the announcement to mean I’m no longer doing readings anymore. This is inaccurate and untrue. I’m staying as busy as ever with psychic readings – I have small group sessions and private readings available for those interested in the following areas: life coaching, family issues, future predictions, relationship guidance, health insights, career advice, information on kids and family, direction moving forward, past life readings, information on guardian angels, and so...

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Psychic Humor: Part 2

Posted by on Jan 16, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

You’d think that practicing as a psychic medium would make for a very serious profession. And, while some days that’s true, there are lesser known light hearted moments that have me busting a gut. A day of psychic readings can take me on an emotional rollercoaster ride. There are often tears – tears of pain, tears of joy, tears of healing and hope. But on the other end of the spectrum are the silly moments; the times when departed friends and family members ask me to relay inside jokes and funny family memories to the clients in my office. It can make for side-splitting humor. And, whether...

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