This week, the question causes some anxiety and we lean hard into it.

I work in an office where certain workers do not clean up after themselves. They leave their dirty dishses for weeks on end, and its getting really gross. (These dishes have been in the sink for several weeks and we have a dishwasher). I’m not sure what to do – Do I post a sign that says clean up after yourself, confront them, or just keep quiet in my office?

Courtney (St. Louis, MO)

Brian just got the Starry Night Tarot by Ashleigh MacIsaac. The artwork on this deck is soft and (unsurprisingly) full of stars. The images are cute, and without a lot of distinct lines. This is also a pip deck. ⭐️⭐️⭐️/5

This Week’s 3-Card Tarot Reading

The Past: THREE OF COINS | The Present: FIVE OF SWORDS | The Future: KNIGHT OF CUPS | Clarifier: STAR

Our advice: Up to this point, things have been pretty easy between Courtney and the dishes people (Three of Coins). If she confronts them now, the dishes will get done, but it could cause friction around the office (Five of Swords). It’s time to suck it up and go beyond yourself to help the whole office (Knight of Cups). Keep your goal of a dirty-dishes-less office in mind (Star).

The Card of the Week

The Golden Universal Deck by Roberto De Angelis is the deck of the Card of the Week this week.

Tarot Card of the Week: Six of Swords

Keywords: Travel, Reason, Curiosity, Transfer

Everything you do has some element of risk. Be aware of what you’re choosing to leave behind.

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