Will Worthington, authored by Stephanie and Philip Carr-Gomm and published by Connections Books - I picked the Seven of Pentacles.
In the DruidCraft Tarot, each suit is associated with a season. For the suit of Pentacles, this is Winter. So, instead of the traditional image of someone leaning on a hoe watching plants, we have the seasonally appropriate picture of a figure harvesting mistletoe. Still, the idea of having to put in work to reap the harvest - in this case going out in winter to find the mistletoe and harvest it from high up in a tree - is clearly present, as is the idea that things can only be harvested when they are ready.
Despite the winter snow lying all around, this bare-armed figure is cloaked in green, the colour of growth and life, as well as of the heart. He (my sense based on the muscular arms and broad shoulders) wields a golden scythe, a ritual implement. The tree from which the mistletoe hangs sits upon a pentacle-inscribed rock, next to a stream, and dawn seems to brighten the pale sky beyond.
For me, this is a reminder to be mindful both when working and when reaping the rewards of that work. To put my attention in what I'm doing, and to give thanks for what I receive.
I am grateful for the various benefits (both financial and less tangible) I get from the work I do.