Monthly Archives: November 2018
First dates are a flurry of nerves, excitement and, let’s be honest, judgement. You may be so busy nitpicking him apart that you fail to notice some really good things about him. And while red flags are important, you should take note of his green flags, too. Here are few that you may not be looking out for, but totally should be. Read more
(March 20 - April 19):You suspected you and a certain someone were mismatched and made peace with it. Now it looks like you may make a good pairing after all. Get ready to pick up where you left off.
(April 20 - May 20):Sometimes the best breakthroughs are the result of fumbled plays. Look for a surprise upset in the late afternoon. Read more
Everyday, I get emails from so many women. And by the way, I appreciate every email that has ever been sent my way. And what breaks my heart is that so many of them are in relationships that no longer serve them at all. And the reason why they’re in these relationships is because they’re afraid of being alone. Read more
(March 20 - April 19):What looks like a demotion could be a plus. Follow developments as they unfold. Sometimes you have to go down before you can go up.
(April 20 - May 20):You're faced with a situation where terms are iffy and prospects seem minimal. Like this is new? You're an old pro at transforming scarce resources into thriving revenue. Read more
(March 20 - April 19):If you accept the fact that you really are an intense person, then you wouldn't have to apologize for your feelings so much. Besides: what's wrong with a little intensity anyway?
(April 20 - May 20):It looks like you need to go back and take care of a neglected matter before you can move forward. Even you must admit you've been delaying the inevitable. Read more
You two are moving in together. That deserves a celebration! It also deserves some words of warning. While that may sound a little grim, I’m just being real. Moving in together is when the rubber meets the road in a relationship and there can be some unexpected, but not uncommon, friction. Here’s what you need to remember. Read more