Baggage Claim: Assumtive

" She stumbled thirty miles delirious Toward the last exit She’d passed, bitter, face contorted, drooping with sweat and back ache before recalling the map her mother shoved into her purse showing a rest a mile ahead of where she’d stopped. That's how presumption works... wasted time pretending to know.

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Weekly Tarot Forecast 1/22– 1/28/18 — AstreauxBytch

This week, we’ve come to a place of clarity by applying our newly gained emotional intelligence, self-awareness and confidence. Delayed gratification leads us to our ultimate long term satisfaction, provided we do not let the wait undermine our confidence in the Universe’s ability and intent to deliver. Material instability and unstable emotional foundations may have … Continue reading Weekly Tarot Forecast 1/22– 1/28/18 — AstreauxBytch

25 Magazines accepting nontraditional poetry and creative writing

Most editors are happy to answer questions regarding submissions. If a lit mag seems like a good fit for your work and it happens to be a collaboration, found poem, or other more nontraditional form, contact them via email or on other social media to ask if they are open to such forms. If you […] … Continue reading 25 Magazines accepting nontraditional poetry and creative writing

This Natural Root Can Remove Fluoride From The Brain — Era of Light

Did you know? Fluoride — a trace mineral which is added to certain toothpastes and the public’s water supply — is a neurotoxin when consumed in excess. Despite this, it is recommended by powerful government figures and the American Dental Association (ADA). Fortunately, it seems at least one common ingredient is beneficial at clearing it… via … Continue reading This Natural Root Can Remove Fluoride From The Brain — Era of Light