Hey LiliBeaners! Me again. I know! So quick!!

I have a “LiliBean Extra! Extra!” to share!

I’ve heard from a few of you who are struggling with decisions and looking for some guidance or wisdom to help get you pointed in the right direction. While you do have to make your own decisions in the end, this website I’m about share will give you food for thought and may help lead you to the right answers.

The website is and the link below will take you directly to a free reading page. Tori created a set of cards called the Color Wisdom Cards. Each card represents a different color and each color comes with a fable associated to it. There is always a moral to the story and the reading explains how the moral might apply to your situation.

If you decide to go out and do the free reading, here are a couple tips to help you navigate. When you come to the main screen, you’ll see a bunch of frames that say Think of a question or Pick a card. Once you’ve thought of your question and focused on it for a bit, you can click any one of the links. They all take you to the same place…your color card.

Once you get to your color card, I suggest reading all the different frames. The Inspiration frame will be the one that explains how the moral of the story may pertain to you.

You do have to sign up to get a free reading but it’s an easy sign up process.

Here’s the link (finally!): Free Reading on

Hope this helps, LiliBeaners! Have fun with it!

P.S. I do have the actual deck of cards but I’m so lazy that I almost always use the website. The cards are very cool though.

P.P.S. I picked a card out here earlier in the week. It was the first in many months. The card was Penelope and Pickle. When you’re out there, read the meaning behind that card. Amazing, right?

  2 comments for “Extra! Extra! 04-14-2012

  1. May 11, 2012 at 1:44 pm

    So funny – I’d recently started following her on Twitter, but didn’t realize there were these free color readings on her site! Fun! Thanks 😀

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      May 11, 2012 at 2:23 pm

      That’s how I actually found the cards too…by following her on Twitter. They’re pretty cool! Glad you like. =)

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