Long story short, I made a Twitter thread about astrology, shouting into the void, and ended up getting actual, real-life attention. Back then there were few people involved with #AstrologyTwitter or there wasn’t anyone younger, I guess — there wasn't a culture for it.
I was always seen as the crazy astrology lady at work. 2014 was the first time I actually discovered the natal wheel, before that I knew about sun signs, and I didn't know that there was much else. I started researching a lot, and then 2017 was when I just shouted some information online. The only other platform that had the Milkstrology name was Tumblr. I kept to myself, but I would post there and mostly reblog there, so that's why I thought of the name Milkstrology, because I was like, “Well, that's my URL on Tumblr.” I wasn't thinking about what my brand should be — not that that's trivial — I just wasn't thinking about that stuff. When people [began responding] I was like, “Why is this happening?” [laughs]