Although the news and local politics might be on the negative side, highlighting what often feels like the demise of many cultural norms and traditions, it’s refreshing to celebrate the opposite of that... a day that shows (albeit a bit sad) the best parts of us—as a country, people and land. Officially made a legal … Continue reading 3 Writerly Things to Do This Weekend: Make It a Good One
The Gemini season is fast approaching, making it a good time to check with how we're communicating and thinking and whether it aligns with your goals, what we want and are meant to be producing in the world. And on the 21st, we'll be invited to dissect just that—how we're thinking and walking in this … Continue reading The Walk the Talk in Gemini Worksheet
If you haven’t done your spring cleaning yet, then you’re still in luck because—it’s still spring. Also, chances are… your clutter hasn’t gone anywhere. If anything, maybe it’s safe to say your clutter has grown since spring cleaning became a thing this year. The full moon decluttering plan is great to help clear out not … Continue reading Decluttering with the Full Moon—Plus a New Checklist
Believe it or not, Taurus season is in the halfway mark, preparing to swift into the quickness of Gemini. But before it does in the next few weeks, why not add to your life as much of the Taurus sensual, organic and grounded energy as possible. Trust us when we say, live a little like … Continue reading Enjoy the Rest of Taurus Season With This Checklist
Saturn is going retrograde in Capricorn this week. It's been in the shadow already since earlier this year, so we've been feeling the rumblings of its strength and sense of structure, or the need to get things in order, at some point in our lives. When planets are in the pre-shadow phase of the retrograde, … Continue reading Getting to the Top: The Capricorn Discipline
By: Janelle Joa, founder of Between Moments I’ve dealt with anxiety on some level, daily—as a wife to a strong, ambitious, successful husband and as a mother of 4 enthusiastic, persistent children. Not a day passes where my insecurities haven’t tried to overcome me. For years, I felt inadequate as a mother and wife. … Continue reading Guest Post: Harnessing My Courage
This time of the year is a little strange, although a bit somber because of the holidays, there's also fun and family time to be enjoyed. Then, for those who don't celebrate, there's still Easter, egg hunts and the commercial sense of that. But as usual, there's always time to step back, absorb it all … Continue reading 3 Writerly Things to Do This Weekend: Easter Fun?