Monthly Archives: March 2016
What does a millionaire car say about him? There’s a lot that a man can tell you without saying a word. The way he chooses to present himself is a huge part of his non-verbal communication. And a big choice he has to make about his external appearance is his car. While I don’t believe the ridiculous myth that an expensive car means a man has a small pecker, I do think car selection speaks to a man’s personality in a massive way. Picking a car is a big financial investment, even for a wealthy man. No one just buys a car willy nilly, no matter their financial situation. It’s not a candy bar for crying out loud! Read more
(March 20 - April 19):Released from a longstanding obligation, you may find yourself looking for another. Don’t. Get used to the idea of having more free time.
(April 20 - May 20):Touch base with a company that turned you down before. The recent shift in planetary energies shows their financial picture is brightening. Read more
If you've tried the world of swipe dating, you know exactly how simple it can really be. Tinder. Bumble. Hinge. All the other dating apps where your finger or thumb gets most of the action while your body, mind, and soul continue to rot away, staring at a screen with endless pictures, and hope. Read more
(March 20 - April 19):How can a critic speak candidly if you react to everything he says like it’s an indictment? You need to lower the deflector shields pronto.
(April 20 - May 20):Yes, things are unraveling, but it’s in order for them to come back together in a new and improved version. Keep the faith. Read more
Jewelry for Men? When you're dating a wealthy man, treating him to something special to show how much you care can be a bit of a challenge. What could be a treat for someone who can buy whatever they want? Well, something people, even the fanciest schmanciest people, rarely think to get themselves is jewelry. And I know that jewelry is a gift most people associate with ladies, but a well groomed man likes and needs a little sparkle just as much as we womenfolk. My rule for manery (man-jewelry) is a dab’ll do ya. Read more