Astro bites: May 2021 horoscopes

Short but sweet monthly astro wisdom to focus your mind, heart and soul for the month ahead.. It’s Taurus season! πŸ‚ The Northern Hemisphere is blossoming with colour and lush greenery as we begin the month of May with Beltane, the mid point between the spring equinox and summer solstice. Beltane is the Pagan festival of…

Top 5 friendship synastry clashes β›”

The branch of astrology known as synastry, from the Greek word synastria, meaning favourable conjunction of the stars, is the study of relationship potential and compatibility. It can provide insight into whether your friendship has all the markings of a sweet match or whether you’re headed for, well, a pretty rough patch. So whether you’re just getting…

Friend or fake? How to spot a flake

If you’re looking to expand your tribe or build one from scratch, whatever your friendship goals, differentiating between a genuine pal and a flaky fake can sure be a tough call to make. It’s a fact – friendship can sometimes feel like a game of chess (who moves next?) which makes it even harder to…

Top 8 friendship synastry aspects πŸ‘­

The branch of astrology known as synastry, from the Greek word synastria, meaning favourable conjunction of the stars, is the study of relationship potential and compatibility. It can provide insight into whether your friendship has all the markings of a sweet match or whether you’re headed for, well, a pretty rough patch. So whether you’re…

How to beat hay fever with herbal remedies

Bless you! It’s that time of year again peeps, the season of sneezing, itchy eyes and runny noses. For those of us who suffer with hay fever, late March time marks the entrance of tree pollen season, followed by grass pollen from the end of spring until summer time, and weed pollen from autumn time….

4 alternative ways to analyse personality

β€œWhy am I as I am? To understand that of any person, his whole life, from birth must be reviewed. All of our experiences fuse into our personality. Everything that ever happened to us is an ingredient.” ― Malcolm X, The Autobiography of Malcolm The dawning of a new year brings a fresh opportunity to…

You are what you wear πŸ‘• Do you care?

Do you know which common fabric is made from coal, air, water and petroleum? Well, quite possibly the sweater you’re wearing, if it’s made from polyester. How does that make you feel? My earliest memory of giving fabric more than a passing thought was the rash and irritating itch which accompanied my accidental wear of…