Balance is for boring Yoga dorks….but Variety is for sultry strumpets!


Veronica was feeling lazy this week and said “f*ck it, just recycle one of my old readings from last year” – so here it is, an oldie but a goodie. You may have read this before, but the message is important and worth reading again!


Housewives Tarot

Today’s card is Temperance and guess what? It’s not about “balance” like you thought it was.

Balance is for ninnies who feel smug when they do yoga and drink green juice out of mason jars with a straw.

This Temperance card is about mixing it up! It’s about variety! Out with the same old, same old, in with the new and different.

“Balance” is a twisted concept invented by stir-crazy moms who try to convince themselves that they can be satisfied with a life of carpooling, monogamy and quiet desperation if only they could walk 3 x week and drink more water.

But variety is the spice of every sultry strumpet’s life! And as you can see here, it takes all kinds of ingredients to make a cake….not just white flour and tears.

Unless you get to play a variety of different roles and sample an array of tasty delectables….well, you’re just not living!

So this weekend, mix things up. Do something different.

Indulge your alter ego for once and do what he/she wants to do.

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2 Responses to Balance is for boring Yoga dorks….but Variety is for sultry strumpets!

  1. James Bulls says:

    I’ve been reading your “Veronica” segments for a while, and they’re hilarious. You could write this everyday and I’d still find more value in it than a dozen other blogs I read. Seriously, you should consider expanding the “Veronica” angle and see where it takes you.

    • Kate says:

      Thank you so much James! I have thought about having a whole veronica site actually, but life gets in the way and I just don’t have enough time to dedicate to it. However, I’ve been compiling bits of writing for a veronica book. Have no idea if it will ever come to fruition, but I hope it does!

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