April in Full Bloom: Things To-Do

The season is blooming, the world is opening up again, and although we still need to be safe and mindful of how we move around, there's a sense that things are looking up. People are hopeful and excited about the future; learning new ways to engage and live in the world after a year full … Continue reading April in Full Bloom: Things To-Do

5 Science-Backed Ways to Cultivate Joy

Our birth charts provide us with a picture of what we're here to work with (the what, where and how; even the when and sometimes the why) with the planets and placements. It's a small, albeit concise glimpse into your personality and traits, the good, the bad and the changeable—and thankfully it's all somewhat changeable. … Continue reading 5 Science-Backed Ways to Cultivate Joy

What’s An Ephemeris?

From figuring when Saturn was last in Capricorn or when is the next eclipse taking place, the ephemeris is the quickest and most efficient way to get answers to your pressing planetary transit questions.

3 Writerly Things To Do This Weekend: Regain Clarity

The days leading to the New Year, and even the weeks since, has been off; there’s been very little about what to do this year and how to push through your goals or ideas. That’s mostly because things remain so uncertain and our lives (for many) still so upended and shaky. We ask ourselves daily: … Continue reading 3 Writerly Things To Do This Weekend: Regain Clarity

12 Comedies to Watch Based on Astrology

Research says people laugh—on average—18 times a day. That’s already a lot, but why not give it a boost with these hilarious movies. With everything going on these days with news cycles and life, we sure could all use it. Aries. In true sports-leader and Aries fashion, Kyrie Irving delivers a hilarious performance as a … Continue reading 12 Comedies to Watch Based on Astrology