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78 Days of Intuitive Journaling: A Guided Tarot Journal for the Creative Storyteller

Updated: Oct 13, 2023




Are you a writer who practices journaling as a means of self-care, self-discovery, writing practice, or simply for a creative outlet?


Do you also enjoy working with the tarot for creative inspiration?


Could you benefit from journaling with the tarot as a means of self-discovery, but you’re afraid you won’t know what to write each day?


78 Days of Intuitive Journaling is a guided tarot journal that invites you to explore each card from a creative storyteller’s point of view. This self-paced journal offers one or more questions for each of the 78 cards in the tarot that range from big picture ideas to everyday situations. Each question is designed to provoke thoughtful, holistic nourishment of the heart, body, mind, and spirit. This digital journal features tabbed pages and fillable spaces that can only be accessed on your computer. Mobile compatibility is not a feature at this time.


This interactive digital journal includes:


  • Creative insight into the Major and Minor Arcana.

  • 78 guided journal prompts that include questions crafted to conjure memories and stories.

  • Daily Notes pages for pulling a card a day and tracking your own unique interpretations.

  • Digital format for saving to your computer. The pages are fillable, so please remember to save your work as you go!


Find 78 Days of Intuitive Journaling: A Guided Tarot Journal for the Creative Storyteller and more writing resources at on The Intuitive Storyteller Hub, where creative writers can access tools to help hone their craft.


Prices subject to change without notice. All sales are final. No refunds. For the best results, open and use this document on your computer. Please remember to save your work!










In her more than thirty years as a storyteller and visual designer, Amanda “Mandy” Hughes has written and designed over a dozen works of literary, Southern Gothic, and women’s fiction under pen names A. Lee Hughes and Mandy Lee.


Mandy is the founder of Haint Blue Creative®, a space for readers and storytellers to explore, learn, and create. She holds a Bachelor and Master of Science in Psychology, and she has worked as an instructional designer for nearly twenty years.


When she’s not writing fiction, Mandy enjoys the movies, theater, music, traveling, nature walks, birdwatching, and binging The Office. She is a tarot enthusiast who uses the cards to enhance creativity and foster wellness. She lives in Georgia with her husband and four sons, two of whom are furrier than the others (but not by much). Visit her website at haintbluecreative.com and follow her on Instagram @haintbluecreative.


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