Sometimes I wonder what will happen to influencers in the coming years. It really isn't a career that you can grow with. Sure, there may be sponsors and advertisers, but I'm just wondering how any of these people plan to have their brand evolve. Most of them are just people without PR, lawyers, or others … Continue reading 8th House Legacies
By the way, if you have questions, it's best to email me if you want answers. I love personal email. I love handwritten letters too, but for the most part, I don't get too many of those anymore. To be fair, I don't send too many of those anymore either, which is sad, because when … Continue reading The Fall Equinox
Here’s a new hobby of mine: Reverse-engineering the astrological placements and aspects on the app The Pattern. For those who don’t know, this is an astrology app with none of the astrological jargon. It’s well-written, and yes, it is accurate, though I have to say that unlike other astrology apps, the reading actually focuses on … Continue reading The Pattern
Ruth Bader Ginsburg died today. This could be the first step toward America really becoming a theocracy. But I really hope not. I really do. So, where are you all thinking of expatriating if the shit hits the fan?
Okay, maybe not all astrologers, but most of us, I think. Okay, some of us. At least once. Here’s a uniquely astrological problem, and don’t even try to tell me that this has never happened to you at least once, because if you’re an astrologer, whether you’re an amateur or a professional, whether you’ve been … Continue reading Astrologers are All Doing It: Crushing on (or Falling in Love With) an Astrological Chart
Mandu and kimchi. Dinner of champions. Today was the day that I decided to finally go to the Korean market to get groceries, and I only left with a few things. No short-grain rice. I don’t know why I didn’t get any. But eating Korean food reminds me of the feeling I had at reinvention … Continue reading Two Years in Korea: Eight Years Later
So here I am on a cool, rainy night, trying to figure out how to get kimchi bokkeumbap delivered to me that 1) doesn’t cost $25, and 2) comes with banchan and not just some weak wae-guk kimchi. A fried egg that isn’t completely hard by the time the food arrives would be nice too, … Continue reading Eros and Psyche in Composite
So, I did my solar return chart for 2021. I may have the option to return to my hometown for Thanksgiving, which is shortly before my birthday, and my birthday is on a Saturday this year, which means I’d either be in the Finger Lakes for my birthday or traveling back to Chicago, or by … Continue reading On the 4th House
To everyone who is about 40 - 42 years old right now: You're not the worst person in the world, you don't deserve to be alone, and if you still haven't figured out what it is you're on Earth to fix, you still have time to figure it out. Thanks.
How can an atheist be an astrologer? How can I be hanging out in the threshold of the woo closet under the mistletoe and still just say there's no higher power? Isn't this all part of the claptrap of belief? You can live without belief in higher powers and still be an astrologer. Atheism and … Continue reading Astrology is for Atheists