I have photos of myself turning 30, but I just look sad. I’m not sad to turn 40, as you can see, but I’m a little confused that I managed to live this long AND become ordinary. Midlife crisis? Two things I’m not good at: planning outings and taking selfies. I’m going to try doing … Continue reading The Latter Half of Life: Neptune Square Neptune
I made it pretty far. I wonder what they next decade will be like. I turn 40 on Thanksgiving. My birthday present to myself is hiring a maid service so I have more time for writing. It's all part of a cosmic plan, just as it's apparently all part of cosmic plan that I live … Continue reading Lordy Lordy, Look Who’s (Almost) 40!: Transiting into (the Beginning of) Middle Age
Pretty much. My boyfriend gets mad at me for spending the weekend writing articles. You don’t have to do that, he says. But I kind of do, because even though yes, I could be going out, and yes, there are other things I need to do, I really miss being a professional writer. But I … Continue reading Neptunian Thoughts
This is the major transit in my life now. So far, I’m feeling the effects, and let me tell you: it’s far easier if you embrace the confusion, take it one day at a time, and focus on the invisible and the joy in the little things than on the fact that you’re kind of … Continue reading Neptune Transiting Ascendant
Sometimes I would get a call in the early morning from friends of mine who have gone out, met a guy, and wanted to know right away if he’s a good catch. Usually, I think that anyone you meet at a bar at 2 a.m. is NOT a good catch, so I was already thinking … Continue reading 21 Worst Case Scenarios in Your Partner’s Astrological Chart
I know that I have posted on this before here and here, but I want to add something hopeful to the mix. If you’re about 36 to 42, you may be feeling a bit of despair right now, especially if you are still working toward unfulfilled dreams. Setbacks and obstacles may be in your way, … Continue reading If You’re 36 to 42, Don’t Give Up Now! You’re Too Stupid to Fail.
Last night, we had a section dinner in which we sat at tables with some of our classmates, a person from the law school, and an alumni. Our school chaplain sat with us, and I thought 'Thank the GOD I don't believe in.' If I have to deal with any more lawyer stuff, my head … Continue reading Yes, you are going crazy, but see where things go: The Saturn Square Neptune Transit