Domesticated pets are a big part of our society. It’s rare to find a household that doesn’t have at least one, whether it be a dog, cat, bunny, hamster, bird, fish, or tortoise. It seems companionship is in human nature and we seek it out in any form we can.
Take a look at the recommendations based on your zodiac sign.
A little eccentricity, a little bit of airiness is what Aquarians are about. Individuals born in this sign are typically independent, original, and humanitarians.
However, they are not overly fond of keeping a pet simply because it ties them down.
If they warm up to the idea, a pair of lovebirds is definitely a great pick. Aquarius’ are romantics at heart and will love their company at home.
Pisces’ are usually surrounded by dreams. They are compassionate, artistic, intuitive, and gentle. They cherish romance, and love to be hugged and cuddled. A furry little bunny rabbit makes a great pet for a Pisces. The animal is a great partner for snuggling, and their owner will fall head over heels for them. Continue reading →
As the Sun travels through the stars, it brings out the character of each zodiac sign, giving each person unique artistic abilities, strengths, and weaknesses. Each sun sign has its own creative focus, style, and aims to draw different artistic techniques, tools, and materials.
Working with your sign can help you play to your strengths and achieve creative success and satisfaction.
Sun Sign and Creative Types:
Artists born during the Sun in Aries are full of perseverance, hope, and optimism.
They are strongly individualistic and can be assertive when needed.In their art, an Aries should let their inner vision guide them even if that vision leads down paths unknown.
Aries artists often lead their art and push boundaries through visionary avant-garde art forms.
Taurus artists, channeling the power of the bull sign, couldn’t care less about the status quo. They are persistent, tenacious, and often rich in self-belief.
Their drive and resilience gives them the strength they need to finish even the most demanding works of art, from expansive novels to intricate fine paintings.
Have you ever noticed that folks at the beginning or end of a zodiac sign express their sign with a different flavor? The days right at the transition of a sign are called “cusps” and while not all astrologers agree that the cusps are real (some say that your sign is your sign, period, regardless of the day) it’s undeniable that those clustered within the cusp days seem to have their own unique quality.
They may not be your typical Scorpio, for example if they’re born on the Libra or Sagittarius cusp, the Libran cusp being more diplomatic and intellectual, and the Sagittarian side more fiery and independent. They are still at the core a Scorpio, but with a twist, you could say. So what if you’re dating or crushing on one of the mysterious cusp types? Let’s take a look at how they do as mates and lovers.
Pisces-Aries (March 18th – 22nd)
Ooh, fire + water = steam! Pisces and Aries are two of the most different signs in the entire zodiac, so this cusp blends the extreme sensitivity of the fish with the powerful courage of the ram. This makes for an exciting and somewhat unpredictable lover. What they lack in reliability can be made up by being creative and visionary.
This cusp is definitely a sexy one!
Their partners may find them complex or even a bit selfish, but the appeal of their uniqueness helps to balance that out.
You can win the heart of someone on this cusp by being both vulnerable and courageous. Either take the lead or be highly adaptable, but never just stagnate in the middle, or complain about circumstances with these cusp folks. Romantic gestures are treasured!
Aries-Taurus (April 17th – 21st)
Chalk it up to the blending Taurean sensuality with Aries boldness, but natives of this cusp are not shy about going after the object of their lust, no matter the odds. They are also the most likely of all the cusps to be attracted to people who are already taken! Or unavailable for some other reason. Continue reading →
One thing I just found out which totally took me by suprise, is that not only did Mars Retrograde start on March 1st, but Saturn Retrograde started on March 2nd! Ahh!!! What is happening?!
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Okay, we’ll do Mars in Libra first, and then Saturn Below :)
March 1st to May 19th – 2014
One thing that I didn’t talk about in this video is that Mars is in the house of Libra, and so essentially like doing cosmic mathematics, you can fractal that planet with the vibration of what libra represents, and you can look and see your reflection in that coupling.
Libra is all about balance. It’s not so much the specific trait but the characteristics and energy of balance. The scales are meant to represent not only weight, but value. Recognizing what you value going through Mars Retrograde is a symbol to recognize deeper, emotional meaning behind your male-driven actions.