For years I battled with alcoholism and addiction. After two treatment programs and a stay in the mental hospital I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and high-functioning autism. This lead me to a journey of self-care and learning to love myself despite the mistakes, failures, the highs and the lows.

I began writing a blog and reaching out to people who I admire and asking them about their own self-care routines, mental health and success. My interviews thus far include: Jason Feifer of Entrepreneur Magazine, Rich Cardona of Rich Cardona Media, Claude Silver the CHO of VaynerMedia, Mark Metry host of Humans 2.0 podcast and Jordan Paris founder of Growth Mindset University.

The blog, brand + community are for anyone wanting to establish a self-care routine that actually helps them to improve their quality of life. I also write quite a bit about mental illness and my own personal struggles, so it’s also a great place to feel not so alone.

I publish where I can which to date includes: Addicted2Success, Elite Daily, Adbusters Magazine, Thrive Global, Your Tango and London Free Press.

I am also extremely passionate about the art of Tarot which was handed down to me by my great-grandmother. I feel it can be used as a tool for self-exploration and healing. I run a you-tube channel where I practice self-care by sharing some of the things I am passionate about: tarot, makeup, witchery.

Because of this I do offer private readings, although they are select as when I do a reading or sit down to read the cards it takes me quite a long-time usually 2 hours. My  readings do not for-tell the future – as I believe everyone has the power to create their own realities, they are more a tool to explore your “now” and the realm of possibilities that is before you.

Should you want to book a reading you can do so HERE. 

Or you can visit my youtube here: Makeup and Tarot with Carlee

“You will be alone with the gods and the nights will flame with fire. You’ll ride life straight to perfect laughter, it’s the only good fight there is.” – Charles Bukowski.