Capricorn (December 22-January 19): If you need to lie down, whine, or throw a temper tantrum, go ahead. This is your time to let it all out and indulge in some scream therapy if you have to. As it goes, the more theatrics you put out, the more emotions you will release, and the more information the world will have in order to properly adjust itself around you. So, put on a show and sell it out!
Aquarius (January 20-February 19): Gamble with what you have and let the chips fall where they may. There is no more time to waste on the what ifs, as there is no way to ever know unless you walk through that fire and see the situation from a realistic point of view. After all, there is still a lot more information you may never know, until you get closer to it. Keep reading »
Leo Epstein: “Most likely to become a billionaire recluse a la Willy Wonka.” This is what I was voted in my high school yearbook. Although, now that I think about it, to be “voted” this title seems highly unlikely, and my guess is that the 2003 yearbook editor took some very generous editorial liberties in these pages.
I had forgotten all about this until I was organizing my closet last weekend, when I came across my old yearbook. Most likely to become a billionaire recluse a la Willy Wonka? What in the hell did that even mean? How had I merited such a weird future? And while the billionaire portion of the prediction seemed cool, the thought of living a solitary life in a uniform of top hats and velour tuxedo jackets wasn’t what I had in mind. This designation—was it a compliment or an insult? Keep reading »
Your plan to get your taxes done early has gone out the window. You consistently feel like there just aren’t enough hours in the day, between friends, work, eating and sleeping. And, oh yeah, that knitting project you started in 2008 is never going to get done. That’s because you aren’t living your life as productively as you could be. But that’s okay, because we’re going to help you fix that. Really! First though, put down your iPhone and focus. Eyes up here!
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In this day and age, it’s become increasingly popular to use online dating sites to find and meet potential mates. New dating sites seem to pop up all over the place, slowly expanding into all of the niche markets. But how does one go about choosing which dating site to use – especially if they cost money?
Here is what you need to know about popular online dating sites.
Match.com is one of the oldest online dating sites — having been in business for more than 15 years — and boasts that celebrities like Ricki Lake and Jenny McCarthy have used it. However, it’s got more than 20 million users, and is often known as “hookup.com” although their new dating guarantee (“find someone special in 6 months or get 6 months free”) is trying to revamp that image. The site is not free, and for an extra fee, you can pay for the Dr. Phil package, which offers dating dips and video modules. Read More …
Do you keep meeting disappointing men? The ones who seem so promising at first, but then end up never calling you, or worse — promising you the world and then breaking your heart? Perhaps you’re attracting the wrong guys because you’re not asking for what you want. Or maybe you have a thing for “bad boys” — you think you can tame ‘em (hint: This almost never works). Could it be a stroke of bad luck? Well, a recent Chemistry.com poll says you may just be living in the wrong city. Keep reading »