I've been journaling since birth, is what I often say. I have journals from my first year in high school, when I went abroad for a few weeks, my first pregnancy and so on. It's been a natural part of my writing journey. But recently, I found scripting; and it’s felt—more empowering. It was like … Continue reading What is Scripting?
If you're looking to get into astrology, be prepared and open to allow your journey to be unique to you; there are several branches and paths and possibilities for you to explore for many years to come. The key is to follow your intuition, remain true to who you are and what you want to … Continue reading 9 Must-Have Books for Astrologers
We created a small (like the month itself) cheat-sheet to February. There is a lot to celebrate and look forward to, to embrace as well as let go. Are you ready? Pencil these dates down in your calendar. Also, check out an ephemeris (if you got one) to follow along with us. Venus in Aquarius … Continue reading This February, Learn to Let Go: Things To-Do
It's probably a little tougher these days to get some writing done; but difficult doesn't necessary mean impossible. Stay the course to your mission and passion—plus do these fun writing activities—and you'll be writing beautiful prose in no time. Rewrite a favorite piece of writing. This is a go-to for me as a writer, because it … Continue reading 5 Writing Activities to Help Ease Your Writer’s Anxiety
If there's one tool that's necessary, crucial and even immensely important for the typical writer, it's the thesaurus. (Yes, I used this exact book to come up with different words to describe important.) The creation of the thesaurus, which was devised by Peter Mark Roget, was rather unexpectedly expected. According to the New York Times, … Continue reading Here’s How to Celebrate National Thesaurus Day