I made it pretty far. I wonder what the 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
The less I write, the less inclined I am to write. Neptune has entered my first house, and I find myself more scattered-brained than usual, more desirous of silence or at least of communication that isn’t so...linear. I’m trying to write more creatively now. I’ve been writing more than ever over the past four years, … Continue reading Dream On
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOGEyBeoBGM Upvote if you roller skated to this song back in the 80s. I don't tell people what I do in the woo closet, unless they already know. I am comfortably ambivalent with my own spiritually. For the sake of efficiency, if you were to ask me what my religion is, I will say I'm … Continue reading Heaven is a Place on Earth: We Are the Starmakers and the Stars Themselves
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
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.