Free Poetry E-zines from Somewhere Nowhere in My Kingdom

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Here’s two of my poetry e-zines from Somewhere Nowhere in My Kingdom, my strictly poetry blog.


Somewhere Nowhere in My Kingdom Vol. 1:
“I dream, therefore I become.”


Somewhere Nowhere in My Kingdom: Vol 2
“I may think love destroys me, but it is love that sets me free.”

I thought about merging that blog with this one, but it’s become its own creature and takes no heed from me. I think I will break its heart if I force it to come into the den. (My Writing Cauldron, however, is a different story. Being a cauldron of writing, it has no objections when it comes to being relocated. It is, after all, a cauldron subjected to my personal whims, mwahahahahah.)

Anyway. Somewhere Nowhere in My Kingdom. When I first started that blog, there wasn’t any intention behind it. It was me and my words. Over the years I updated when I was struck by inspiration. I wrote when I had a story to tell, a rant to release, an image to solidify, a fervent wishing to make real.Β  Slowly but surely, I found people who appreciated my words, who showed up from time to time to express their interest. Or should I say, really, that they found me?
Sometimes I would see a posted comment two years after its genesis. That poor thing! I never meant to ignore it. My poetry blog was just somewhere I passed by. A place where I frequented, a space I inhabited but never stayed. It was a secret bench next to the pine trees in the park. It was a solitary rock surrounded by flowers, tucked away by branches and mesmerizing shades.
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Anyway. I thought I would share some of my (more) poems with you. I have some poems on this site, and it is likely that there will be more. As more of my creative passions and outlets intersect, you’ll be seeing more of me.

Here they are. And I apologize the pictures are kind of pixelated.

I actually created these 2 e-zines (along with editing, photography, designing etc) using Joomag’s online editor. I don’t think it is meant to accommodate the whole creative process, but oh well! I didn’t know better than. I did my best extrapolating a cover photo using the primitive technology print screen. The actual e-zines are HD, I promise.

While you’re at it, check out my Fool’s Journey e-book, too!!! I’ll give you a cookie. A digital one, that is. From Google search. I’m afraid you’ll have to collect it on your own–but the cookies are there, I promise! πŸ™‚

Anyways!! If you are still reading this long-winded introduction to the following 2 links, click the links already!!

Spirit-Themed Weekly Planning Pages [Free Download & Printable]


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Last week, I did a flip-through of my tarot business + life planner on my Youtube channel, and I decided to share the weekly planing pages I designed for myself. This is my first attempt to play with productivity tools and stationary design, and I really enjoyed creating, experimenting, fine-tuning and then finalizing them. I’ve always loved crafting useful helpful little things for myself and for others, so this is one of the products of my crafting adventures. πŸ™‚

Originally I made my planning pages in blue, but I decided to add 3 more themes/colours so there are more options available. πŸ™‚ These planning are designed to be spirit-centred, which means in addition to the planning/productivity portion, the rest of the pages are dedicated to enriching and empowering your life. Some sections are both spirit and productivity centred. But to be honest, I think being spiritual is also a way of being productive. Making sure you are at your optimal spiritually, emotionally, and mentally–gives you energy and heart and readiness to take on anything in life.

How you can use the sections on the page:

  • This Week’s Quest: the focus of this week. This could be a specific goal like “reach 500 subscribers” or a general theme like “self-care: personal boundaries”. I usually use this section, along with the Power Up and Challenger, to do my weekly tarot forecast to help me focus and stay grounded.
  • This Week’s Power Up: this is something that will empower you and gives you strength throughout the week. If you are not doing tarot draws, you can write down things like “eat clean” or “go to so-and-so for tough love”. If you are drawing a card, you can note down the card you have drawn and jot down any notes to keep track of for the week.
  • Challenger: this is the potential challenge or difficulty that you may encounter throughout this week. This may be something you anticipate for yourself, or a general “theme” as told by your tarot cards. I like the word “challenger” because it deemphasizes the aspect of struggle and plays into the aspect of courage + active problem solving.
  • Stats: this section is for habit tracking. There are 3 habits you are able to track, and for each habit that you complete, you would mark the bubble for that given day. At the end of the week, you can see how consistent you have been with your habit-building.
  • Self-Care: this can be used as a reflective section where you evaluate how much you have dedicated time and effort towards self-care this week, or you can note down any ailments or body conditions that occurred throughout the week so you have a record about how your health is doing and try to adjust or improve your self-care decisions next week.
  • Sunday-Saturday: your planning sections. You can divide the rows by time of day (morning, afternoon, evening, night) or by theme (business, family, personal, misc). It’s completely customizable so you can play around with the big categories of your life and see what works best for you. The .PDF files also have weekly planning pages that start on Mondays or blank ones.
  • I Look Forward To: write down something that makes you excited. It’s always good to be excited about the future, because you are putting forth an energy of abundance that signals the Universe–I’m excited about this thing that is coming to my life, I know it is going to happen for me and I am saying my thanks early!
  • I Am Grateful For: abundance section, part two! This box is all about recognizing the things you already have as well as extracting the positive lessons from your experience. Just a note: this isn’t about sugar-coating negativity, but realizing that you are stronger than you think and the courage that you have in the face of struggles in life.
  • Blank Box: use this for anything! Brainstorming, doodling, other notes. It’s blank, so use your imagination! πŸ™‚

Download the Weekly Planning Pages–4 colours available!Β 


Weekly Planning Pages BABY BLUE

  • Click here to download .PDF file
  • A5 or Half-Letter Sized: 8.5 by 11.0 inches (215.9 by 279.4 mm)
  • Includes 3 printables: week starts Sunday, week starts Monday, blank


Weekly Planning Pages LAZY APRICOT

  • Click here to download .PDF file
  • A5 or Half-Letter Sized: 8.5 by 11.0 inches (215.9 by 279.4 mm)
  • Includes 3 printables: week starts Sunday, week starts Monday, blank


Weekly Planning Pages MONOBLACK

  • Click here to download .PDF file
  • A5 or Half-Letter Sized: 8.5 by 11.0 inches (215.9 by 279.4 mm)
  • Includes 3 printables: week starts Sunday, week starts Monday, blank


Weekly Planning Pages MONOGREY

  • Click here to download .PDF file
  • A5 or Half-Letter Sized: 8.5 by 11.0 inches (215.9 by 279.4 mm)
  • Includes 3 printables: week starts Sunday, week starts Monday, blank

The Fool’s Journey E-book: a poetic exploration of tarot’s major arcana


Hey guys! I am so proud to be presenting this e-book to you. The Fool’s Journey is a creative exploration of tarot’s major arcana using symbolic photography and elements of storytelling + poetry. It’s free! You can view it online or download a copy of your own. I hope you enjoy it! If you do, be sure to leave a comment below and let me know! And don’t forget to share it with your friends!

Thank you so much for dropping by. πŸ™‚

Click here or the picture below to access the e-book: