Daily Card For October 31, 2015-Ten Of Staves Reversed

Ten Of Staves Reversed: Overwhelmed and burdened by responsibilities. No time to enjoy success-there’s too much work to do! Work seems to be the resounding theme these last couple of cards!

The Ten Of Staves Reversed is an overwhelming card. The suit of Staves are all about business and business ventures. When this card shows up reversed, there is so much work left to do with a project that it becomes overwhelming. Really, even if it is temporary, perhaps consider hiring some other hands to help you with this project. This card indicates so much work that it could be endangering your health trying to finish the project alone. You need to be able to take some time to rest and reflect while working on this project. Some down time. Do yourself a favor and call some agencies that can send some people over to help out with the work load. You will get your project done on time and still have some time to recuperate from working so much! It’s just too much for one person to do.

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