Tag: astrologer

Mercury in Virgo…

random jigsaw puzzle pieces background

One I prepared much earlier… ‘and on that farm he had a …. crocodile!’ announced Sarah. ‘But there aren’t any crocodiles on farms, Sarwah,’ pointed out A. My daughter and my niece were singing “Old Macdonald Had a Farm” in…

Tuesday Toolbox: 5 Reasons to keep an astro journal…

leather bound journal outdoors

I’m a mad journaller- it’s something about the notebooks, I think. I’ll start a new journal for each major trip, and a new notebook for each fiction project. I also have an astro journal. I used to put all my…

Something about saying goodbye…

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Thursday 7 July, 2016 Moon in Leo Sun conjunct Mercury Mercury opposite Pluto Venus square Uranus Sun opposition Pluto It’s my last day in the partition job today- and I have mixed feelings. Although there are absolutely no regrets for…

Something about day-dreaming and magic carpet rides…

little arabian girl sitting on flying carpet

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 Moon in Cancer Mercury trine Neptune I happen to think that daydreaming is given bad press. The thing is, taking a magic carpet ride through your mind to somewhere else is about imagining possibilities. Sometimes imagining…

Something about catching up…

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Ok, so I’ve been a tad absent from here of late. There are many things I can blame: Life The partition job Life Finishing the re-write for the novel formerly known as Finding John Smith Life One of the main…

Something more about deep diving…

Immersion. Woman in Deep  Blue Sea. Fantasy

Tuesday 31 May, 2016 Moon in Pisces Moon into Aries Mercury trine Pluto I’m having a moment of déjà vu. You see, it seems like only yesterday that I wrote something about Mercury trine Pluto. It wasn’t just yesterday, but as…

Something about opportunity and preparation…

goldfish jumping out of the water

Thursday May 26, 2016 Moon in Capricorn Moon into Aquarius Jupiter square Saturn My favourite podcast at the moment is one for indie authors (such as myself). It’s the Self Publishing Formula by Mark Dawson and James Blatch, and it’s…