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Sagittarius Horoscope for week of August 27, 2015
The sun and the expansive planet Jupiter are currently making a joyful noise in the sign of Virgo, which is your astrological House of Career and Ambition. This does not necessarily mean that a boon to your career and ambition will fall into your lap, although such an event is more likely than usual. More importantly, this omen suggests that you will influence luck, fate, and your subconscious mind to work in your favor if you take dramatic practical action to advance your career and ambitions.
It so happened that I applied for a position at Cirrus' new operation at Knoxville's major airport overnight. Jet Set, me? Who knew?
Sagittarius Horoscope for week of August 20, 2015
Located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the Museum of Failed Products is a warehouse full of consumer goods that companies created but no one wanted to buy. It includes caffeinated beer, yogurt shampoo, fortune cookies for dogs, and breath mints that resemble vials of crack cocaine. The most frequent visitors to the museum are executives seeking to educate themselves about what errors to avoid in their own companies' future product development. I encourage you to be inspired by this place, Sagittarius. Take an inventory of the wrong turns you've made in the past. Use what you learn to create a revised master plan.
I think the wrongest turn I ever made was moving to Tennessee. But I can't do anything about that.
Sagittarius Horoscope for week of August 13, 2015
In some phases of your life, you have been a wanderer. You've had a fuzzy sense of where you belong. It has been a challenge to know which target you should aim your arrows at. During those times, you may have been forceful but not as productive as you'd like to be; you may have been energetic but a bit too inefficient to accomplish wonders and marvels. From what I can tell, one of those wandering seasons is now coming to a close. In the months ahead, you will have a growing clarity about where your future power spot is located -- and may even find the elusive sanctuary called "home." Here's a good way to prepare for this transition: Spend a few hours telling yourself the story of your origins. Remember all the major events of your life as if you were watching a movie.
Now that I have a copy of the "Save The Cat" model of storytelling perhaps I could apply it to my life history and see what appears. Watch this space.
Sagittarius Horoscope for week of July 30, 2015
Much of the action in the world's novels takes place inside buildings, according to author Robert Bringhurst. But characters in older Russian literature are an exception, he says. They are always out in the forests, traveling and rambling. In accordance with astrological omens, I suggest that you draw inspiration from the Russians' example in the coming days. As often and as long as you can, put yourself in locations where the sky is overhead. Nature is the preferred setting, but even urban spots are good. Your luck, wisdom, and courage are likely to increase in direct proportion to how much time you spend outdoors.
If it weren't this place's rainy season...
|FreeWill Looks Quizzical
|astrology, horoscope, learning, life, magic, quality of life, quizzes, research addict, science, the future, zodiac|
Sagittarius Horoscope for week of July 2, 2015
There are lots of inquiries and invitations coming your way -- perhaps too many. I don't think you should pursue all of them. In fact, I suspect that only one would ultimately make you a better human being and a braver explorer and a wiser lover. And that one, at first glance, may have not as much initial appeal as some of the others. So your first task is to dig deep to identify the propositions that are attractive on the surface but not very substantial. Then you're more likely to recognize the offer that will have lasting value even if it doesn't make a spectacular first impression.
You WOULD have to say that to a research addict, would you?
Sagittarius Horoscope for week of June 18, 2015
Each of us has at least one pesky ghost or nagging demon that occupies a dark corner of our psyches. It may have been there for years, or we might have picked it up more recently during a phase of temporary insanity. In any case, most of us can benefit from conducting a periodic banishing ritual. Now would be prime time for you to do just that. Ready? With your imagination, draw a clockwise circle of your favorite-colored light on the floor or ground. Next, identify an image that makes you feel happy and safe, and visualize four versions of it at the four cardinal points, hovering three feet above your circle. Then say this: "I dissolve any hex and banish any pest that has been draining my energy. I purge any wasteful emotions, unsound ideas, and trivial desires that I may have grown attached to." To put the seal on your magic, laugh for two minutes.
Who has the breath to laugh for two solid minutes?
|FreeWill Looks For Love In All The Wrong Places
|astrology, chillin' out, creative muse, creative process, depression, hatred, horoscope, love, mental health, the future, writing, zodiac|
Sagittarius Horoscope for week of May 28, 2015
Petrarch was an influential 14th-century Italian poet whose main work was Song Book. It's a collection of 366 poems, most of which are dedicated to Laura, the woman he loved. For 40 years he churned out testaments of longing and appreciation for her, despite the fact that he and she never spent time together. She was married to another man, and was wrapped up in raising her eleven children. Should we judge Petrarch harshly for choosing a muse who was so unavailable? I don't. Muse-choosing is a mysterious and sacred process that transcends logic. I'm bringing the subject to your attention because you're entering a new phase in your relationship with muses. It's either time to choose a new one (or two?) or else adjust your bonds with your current muses.
My morale has been very low lately, and I have to apologize to the human race that I've been very poor company to keep. I'm mulling over re-configuring Chillin' Out for a possible Kindle Store, and other news in my life has me trying to figure out the usual depression and demoralization from outright self-loathing and anger. I don't know what would make me feel better.
Sagittarius Horoscope for week of May 14, 2015
Sagittarian Matt Stutzman competes in the sport of archery. He's the world's record holder for longest accurate shot, having hit a target 230 yards away. What makes his accomplishment so extraordinary is the fact that he was born without any arms. He holds each arrow in his mouth and grasps the bow with his right foot and the help of a chest harness. In the spirit of this armless archer, and in accordance with your current astrological omens, I invite you to initiate an attempt to triumph over one of your so-called disadvantages.
I actually have a number of Matt Stutzman trading cards.
|I Shouldn't Mind That I'm Too Old...
|age, culture, history, music, pop charts, pop culture, pop music, r&b, research addict, rock, school, time, time machines|
...But I am afraid that I'll be the wrong kind of old just as I was the wrong kind of young.
My Research Addiction brought me to the website of a classic rock radio station that regularly polls listeners and then publishes the results of these polls. I've just pored over the latest "favorite songs of all time" list, and while I expected that the songs of not only my childhood AND my high school years would be old enough for "classic rock", it turns out that the music of my COLLEGE years qualify now as well! It shouldn't have surprised me but it did.
The good news is that now I've found a bunch of acts I've probably HEARD but don't so much KNOW about.
Sagittarius Horoscope for week of April 23, 2015
As I climb the first hill along my regular hike, both sides of the path are dominated by a plant with glossy, three-lobed leaves. They're so exuberant and cheerful, I'm tempted to caress them, even rub my face in their bright greenery. But I refrain, because they are poison oak. One touch would cause my skin to break out in an inflamed rash that would last for days. I encourage you, too, to forgo contact with any influence in your own sphere that is metaphorically equivalent to the alluring leaves of the poison oak.
I am now in possession of a gift card for my favorite hobby store. But I'm in perhaps the roughest stages of rumination as to whether I should buy something off the shelves now or wait for a bargain to come along. It is wonderful and horrible all at once.
Sagittarius Horoscope for week of April 9, 2015
The English term "engine" refers primarily to a machine that transforms energy into mechanical power. But its roots are in the Old French word engin, which meant skill or wit, and in the Latin word ingenium, defined as "inborn talent." I'd like to borrow the original meanings to devise your horoscope this week. According to my reading of the astrological omens, your "engine" is unusually strong right now, which means that your cultivated skills and innate talents are functioning at peak levels. I suggest you make intensive use of them to produce maximum amounts of energy and gather more of the clout you'd love to wield.
I do want to start writing again. I just hope I have some good opportunities.
It's about time I did something like this, if only for my own notes. I found This Inflation Calculator today while referencing something on Tumblr, so I'll play with it and show how a Dollar isn't a Dollar over a lifetime. Hmm...backwards or forwards?
* 2010: I go to Tech school after a Spring Break trip to Florida.
What would cost $1 (2010) ~ $1.07 (2015)
* 2006: I attend GenCon Indy with my buddies.
What would cost $1 (2006) ~ $1.16 (2015)
* 1999: I'm working in Gatlinburg for $10/hour as a Night Auditor.
What would cost $1 (1999) ~ $1.40 (2015)
* 1995: I move to Tennessee.
What would cost $1 (1995) ~ $1.53 (2015)
* 1992: I get my A.S. degree from Saint Petersburg College.
What would cost $1 (1992) ~ $1.67 (2015)
* 1988: My sister gets married to her first husband and my brother graduates High School.
What would cost $1 (1988) ~ $2.00 (2015)
* 1985: I leave High School with a G.E.D.
What would cost $1 (1985) ~ $2.17 (2015)
* 1982: My frosh/sophomore year in High School.
What would cost $1 (1982) ~ $2.50 (2015)
* 1979: My family moves from Pennsylvania to Florida.
What would cost $1 (1979) ~ $3.22 (2015)
* 1976: My family moves from Waterford to Gibsonia. Hurray for the Bicentennial!
What would cost $1 (1976) ~ $4.11 (2015)
* 1974: Is there LIFE ON MARS? My family moves to Waterford, PA from Chilicothe, OH.
What would cost $1 (1974) ~ $4.75 (2015)
* 1971: My brother is an infant; my family moves from Erie, PA to Chilicothe.
What would cost $1 (1971) ~ $5.77 (2015)
* 1969: If you believe, they put a Man On The Moon.
What would cost $1 (1969) ~ $6.37 (2015)
* 1967: I'm an infant, my sister is a terrible Two.
What would cost $1 (1967) ~ $7.00 (2015)
|FreeWill's At A Pleasant Elevation
|angst, astrology, balloons, depression, drugs, horoscope, mental health, paranoia, the future, thinkers, zodiac|
Sagittarius Horoscope for week of March 12, 2015
One of your important assignments in the coming week is to get high without the use of drugs and alcohol. Let me elaborate. In my oracular opinion, you simply must escape the numbing trance of the daily rhythm. Experiencing altered states of awareness will provide you with crucial benefits. At the same time, you can't afford to risk hurting yourself, and it's essential to avoid stupidly excessive behavior that has negative repercussions. So what do you think? Do you have any methods to get sozzled and squiffed or jiggled and jingled that will also keep you sane and healthy?
I've got some balloons but I need helium gas. In theory I can get a cheapy tank at WallyWorld...but would it be worth the hassle?
Sagittarius Horoscope for week of February 26, 2015
"Don't worry, even if things get heavy, we'll all float on." So sings Modest Mouse's vocalist Isaac Brock on the band's song "Float On." I recommend you try that approach yourself, Sagittarius. Things will no doubt get heavy in the coming days. But if you float on, the heaviness will be a good, rich, soulful heaviness. It'll be a purifying heaviness that purges any glib or shallow influences that are in your vicinity. It'll be a healing heaviness that gives you just the kind of graceful gravitas you will need.
And here on Saturday I have the prospect of making my office and workshop portable for a lecture at HobbyTown at Turkey Creek.
Sagittarius Horoscope for week of February 19, 2015
In Herman Melville's short story "Bartleby, the Scrivener," a lawyer hires a man named Bartleby to work in his office. At first Bartleby is a model employee, carrying out his assignments with dogged skill. But one day everything begins to change. Whenever his boss instructs him to do a specific task, Bartleby says, "I would prefer not to." As the days go by, he does less and less, until finally he stops altogether. I'd like to propose, Sagittarius, that you take inspiration from his slowdown. Haven't you done enough for now? Haven't you been exemplary in your commitment to the daily struggle? Don't you deserve a break in the action so you can recharge your psychospiritual batteries? I say yes. Maybe you will consider making this your battle cry: "I would prefer not to."
I'm sure people who've known me and seen me lately would believe I'm already at this point and the only place to go from here is Bartleby's ultimate oblivion. But I want another choice!
Sagittarius Horoscope for week of February 5, 2015
The crookedest street in the world is a one-way, block-long span of San Francisco's Lombard Street. It consists of eight hairpin turns down a very steep hill. The recommended top speed for a car is five miles per hour. So on the one hand, you've got to proceed with caution. On the other hand, the quaint, brick-paved road is lined with flower beds, and creeping along its wacky route is a whimsical amusement. I suspect you will soon encounter experiences that have metaphorical resemblances to Lombard Street, Sagittarius. In fact, I urge you to seek them out.
I think I've already done that this week, in a weird fashion.
|FreeWill Reminds You: No, It Wasn't Written For Looney Tunes
|art, astrology, creative muse, creative process, creative skills, horoscope, humor, ideas, magic, music, the future, writing, zodiac|
Sagittarius Horoscope for week of January 22, 2015
Italian composer Gioachino Rossini (1792-1868) didn't like to work hard, and yet he was also prolific. In fact, his desire to avoid strenuous exertion was an important factor in his abundant output. He got things done fast. His most famous opera, The Barber of Seville, took him just 13 days to finish. Another trick he relied on to reduce his workload was plagiarizing himself. He sometimes recycled passages from his earlier works for use in new compositions. Feeling good was another key element in his approach to discipline. If given a choice, he would tap into his creative energy while lounging in bed or hanging out with his buddies. In the coming weeks, Sagittarius, I recommend you consider strategies like his.
"Looney Tunes", huh? Maybe I ought to find some cartoons to watch.
Sagittarius Horoscope for week of January 15, 2015
In 1939, author Ernest Vincent Wright finished Gadsby, a 50,000-word novel. It was unlike any book ever published because the letter "e" didn't appear once in the text. Can you imagine the constraint he had to muster to accomplish such an odd feat? In accordance with the astrological omens, I invite you to summon an equally impressive expression of discipline and self-control, Sagittarius. But devote your efforts to accomplishing a more useful and interesting task, please. For example, you could excise one of your bad habits or avoid activities that waste your time or forbid yourself to indulge in fearful thoughts.
I'm already giving up a habit for my New Year's Resolution. Maybe there's another thing I can cut out.