Magical Miscellany: 3.09.2015

After sending out my monthly forecast and e-letter, I did some serious full moon in Virgo divination. Not on my list yet? This is what you're missing! If you like what you see, I'd love for you to subscribe. The next letter goes out before the Aries lunar eclipse.

I'm absolutely loving The Great Discontent. It's a new, exquisitely designed magazine "featuring interviews on beginnings, creativity, and risk". This interview with Grace Bonney of Design*Sponge is particularly inspiring.

There's an asteroid Jimi Hendrix? Tell me more, please and thank you!

Jimmy Page on the magic(k) of rock and roll, as told by William Burroughs.

I really appreciated Kelly-Ann Maddox's post on her approach to relationship tarot readings.

Confession: I'm interior design challenged, but this post on how to translate your personal style into a room is helping.

Dealing with the uncertainty that comes with entrepreneurship? Try these tips from Braid Creative.

Speaking of Braid Creative, did you know that Kathleen started a podcast with Emily of Indie Shopography? It's called Being Boss, and it's the best damn thing I've heard all year. Entrepreneurs, artists, and creatives: listen up!

Even if you work alone, you need these four people on your team.

These mash-ups of classical art and hip-hop are fantastic. My favorite? Zeus and Kanye. After all, he is a god.

Here's what to do when chronic pain disrupts your creative flow.

Curious about walking between the worlds? Make sure you know these five ways to stay safe when working with spirits.

This numerology calculator will blow your mind. Give it a try and be amazed.

Want to start an online business? Sarah Morgan's big badass guide to e-commerce platforms will help you get started.

Shauna Haider's photos of the Beverly Hills Hotel are delectable. I'd love to visit Los Angeles!

If you aren't already familiar with the Ellis Tarot deck from Paige Zaferiou's daily tarot readings, take a look. It's vivid, whimsical, and reads incredibly accurately. Ashes and Wine Tarot's interview with the deck's creator (Taylor Ellis) is fascinating. (Also, shout-out to all the gentlemen who read tarot. We need more of you!)