Meet the Notion tarot journal

A beautiful, integrated container for your tarot practice.

Tarot database

A dedicated page for each card with Smith-Waite card images and upright and reversed meanings.

Suits and numbers databases

Learn the deeper meanings of the cards with numerology and and suits connections.

Spreads collection

Save all of your spreads in one place and easily access them when you do pulls. Comes with 6 spreads + templates to make your own.

Pulls journal

Record all of your pulls in one place. Easily access spreads and card meanings as you do your pulls.

Deck tracker

Track how much you paid for decks and when you bought them. Do interview pulls and see how often you use each deck.

  • Stop trying to memorize card meanings and develop relationships with the cards instead.

    The tarot cards represent deep, archetypical energies in your life, and they want you to develop a personal relationship with them. This tarot journal will help.

    Most people try to learn the tarot cards by looking at a list of keywords and trying to memorize them. This is the equivalent of looking at someone’s LinkedIn profile before a conference so you’ll have something to talk about when you meet them. Then when you get to the conference, instead of talking to them and getting to know them better, you sneak glimpses of their profile to keep reminding yourself of who they are and what they do.

    What if, instead, you treated the tarot cards as trusted friends, and took every pull as an opportunity to deepen your relationship with them?

    That’s what this journal is designed to help you do – to collect your growing knowledge about each card in a beautiful, well organized space.

    It comes with upright and reversed meanings for all of the cards, but that’s just a jumping off point for your own learning and exploration. Add photos from your favorite decks, interpretations from your favorite teachers, and most importantly, notes about what the cards mean for you personally.

  • Learn the cards way more quickly

    Tarot makes a lot more sense when you understand the number and suit meanings.

    Instead of learning 78 separate card meanings, learn the 14 number meanings and the 4 suit meanings, and you will have a jumping off point for every card in the deck.

    For example, the twos are all about balance, justice, duality, and intuition.

    This includes the High Priestess (2), Justice (11 –> 1+1=2), and Judgement (20 –> 2+0=2) cards from the Major Arcana, as well as the twos from the 4 minor arcana suits.

    When you pick any of these cards, you will already know a little bit about what they mean without looking at your guidebook
    (or even your shiny new Notion tarot journal).

    The suit and number databases are interlinked with your tarot cards database, giving you the opportunity to keep reviewing their meanings and to interpret the cards more intuitively.

  • Spend your tarot pulls connecting to your guides instead of looking through guidebooks.

    No more searching for the meanings of the cards or looking back and forth from a spread to make sure you’re getting the questions right.

    You want your tarot pulls to feel like soul-centered, connective experiences.

    But it’s challenging to feel that way when you have to go searching for spreads and card meanings. 

    When doing a pull with your Notion tarot journal, you select a spread from your spreads database, and then the questions automatically come up. As you pull each card, you tag it from your cards database, and the meaning automatically appears. Everything is right in front of you, integrated into your pull, so you can spend your time connecting to your guides, instead of searching through guidebooks.

  • Track your card pulls over time.

    Some cards are like best friends that come to visit over and over. Others are more like distant family members.

    Now you can see exactly how many times and when you’ve pulled each card. Your card database shows when and how many times you’ve pulled each card, in addition to the last time you pulled it.

    You can also organize your cards by number of times pulled and last pulled, if you want to see which cards keep popping up and which you’ve barely met.

  • Keep all of your favorite spreads where you can find them.

    Remember that spread you saw on Insta that you really wanted to use but can’t find anymore?

    With the Notion tarot journal, you can take a screenshot of the spread, add it to your spreads table, and have it available whenever you’re ready to do that pull.

    Your Notion tarot journal comes with deck interview, new moon, full moon, self care, weekly check in, and past/present/future spreads. I’ve also included templates for 2-10 card spreads so you can make your own spreads if you want.

    Save spreads from your favorite tarot teachers into your spreads table and then use them as a part of your tarot practice.

    Organize them by number of cards, favorite spreads, recently used, and more.

  • Beautifully display your pulls

    Instead of letting your pulls photos get buried in your phone, beautifully display them in your Notion tarot journal.

  • Keep track of your ever-growing stack of tarot decks

    Are you a tarot deck fanatic? If so, you’ll love the Notion Tarot Journal’s deck tracker.

    Keep track of your decks, including when you bought them, how much they cost, how many pulls you’ve done with them, and more.

Ready to get your journal?

Click “I want my tarot journal below” and enter your payment information on the checkout page.

After you check out, click the “Tarot journal” button to download a PDF with a link to the Notion template.


  • Q: What platforms does Notion work on?

    A: iOS, android, Apple, Windows, and there’s a web app

  • Q: I already downloaded your other tarot template. Can I link that to the pulls and spreads tables instead?

    A: Yes. I have included instructions in the template.

  • Q: Do I get access to updates?

    A: Yes. I will let you know if I update the template!

  • Q: Do you offer refunds?

    A: All purchases are final.