By: Karishma Rajani
Home is where the glitter is. You’re likely to feel a sudden inspiration to give your space a do-over. Spend time fawning over Pinteresting ideas.
The dark night is always followed by the dawn. Your recent experiences may have left a scar. Work with the forces, Taurus. The wheel of fortune is turning in your favor.
If the world is getting too ‘worldly’ for you, pack your bare essentials and take off on a spiritual sabbatical. Your heart will guide you to the light.
Travel is the best medicine. How to deal with a heartbreak? Pack your essentials in a suitcase and take off to an unknown place. In solitude, you will find the answers you are looking for.
Faith, hope, and trust. You will recover from the dark night of the soul as a 2.0 version of yourself.
Repeat after me: I’m a magnet for money. Instead of crying over a project that fell along the wayside, focus on manifesting lucrative opportunities that will take your career forward.
You are not this or that. You are infinite potential in human form. You have no qualms in walking out a situation that isn’t good for you. Create opportunities that let you live like a bus as you do.
Shift your focus. Instead of wasting time complaining about how your career isn’t working for you, manifest new opportunities for growth. Update your CV. Network with all the right people. And get the word out.
Hello, wanderluster extraordinaire! So many places to see. So many people to discover. So many experiences to be had. Say yes to solo adventures!
When you’re stuck in an elevator, you could either mourn endlessly about your situation or throw an impromptu party with fellow life residents. It’s all about perspective. You have the opportunity of making the most of your limbo period.
You emerge from the dark night of the soul as a different person. That smile you’re wearing says, ‘you know not where you’re going, but you trust that the road will take you there’.
Wine and dine is too cliched. You’re about the weird and wonderful when it comes to ‘social ideas’. How about a coven-themed party for ‘near and dear ones’?
You’re about the weird and wonderful when it comes to ‘social