When upright, the Ten of Wands implies that the user has taken on a heavier workload or greater responsibility in recent days. This is a card that encourages you to invest in the future through hard work. It doesn’t always imply taking on more work – investing in yourself and your mental well-being by cutting down on jobs that overtax you can also lead to greater future payout. The last few steps in any journey are the hardest, but take solace in the fact that the end point is well within sight. There are rewards in taking on new burdens. Keep your perspective clear to understand what those rewards will be.