Neptune is the planet of the imagination in astrology. It’s Neptune’s job to get you to dream of something that’s fuller and richer than what life has to offer. It’s only by getting you to fall in love with the possibility of what could be that Neptune inspires you to reach past the reality to pursue your vision. But visions are funny things. They aren’t items that can be checked off our to-do lists at the end of the day. They defy explanation and are almost impossible to describe. Plus, one person’s vision is another person’s delusion. You won’t be sure which is which when the Sun squares Neptune on Nov. 26, but there’s only one way to find out and that’s to follow it. You’d never forgive yourself if you didn’t.Read Full Story
I’ll admit, I actually feel nervous to check out at certain stores. With a toddler and a baby in tow, I really (really) just want to pay for my items and leave. If waiting in line while keeping my kids entertained isn’t enough, I now have to endure pressure from the sales clerk to open a store credit card. “No thank-you,” I politely say. “But you don’t want to save 10 percent?” he or she says. “No, I’m in a hurry. Maybe next time,” I say (while fuming inside). “But it doesn’t take long, one minute tops.” The pressure builds, my kids are screaming and I said “No!”Read Full Story
Not every store is closed on Thanksgiving. Whether you need to stop for a six-pack, need a place to pick up an extra can of pumpkin puree for the pie you just screwed up or just want to get an early start on Black Friday, some retailers will be ready and others won't.Read Full Story
I've always considered myself a pretty charitable person. Growing up, my parents were always stressing the importance of helping others, and it's something that I've carried with me in to my adult life. I volunteer. I'll drop my loose change in Salvation Army buckets. I donate clothes and shoes. I take leftovers and leave them for a homeless man on my block. And recently, I've taken that same charitable approach to my gift giving by looking for gifts that will not only make the recipient happy but also support a cause. It's especially meaningful if you can align with a cause that's close to the recipient's heart.Read Full Story
Let's face it, it's that time of year again. As we inch toward the holidays with good cheer in the air, there's always something gnawing at us to be better, more generous, to work harder, start meditating. It's enough to drive us crazy.Read Full Story
We asked readers how they're feeling about Thanksgiving this year, and some of the results surprised us. Although you're overwhelmingly thankful, you're still stressed out, and about one-third of our readers are hosting around 12 people for Thanksgiving dinner. Whew! That's a whole lot of cooking and cleaning.Read Full Story
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