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Embrace the Winter Solstice

December 21, 2018 marks the Winter Solstice, which is the official beginning of winter and the shortest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. But there's a light at the end of this tunnel -- literally! Read More »


Feng Shui Tips for Winter

The winter months invite you to turn away from social pursuits and attend to your personal needs. Too often, the demands of modern life tempt us to forgo rest and relaxation. This can create a terrible imbalance. This winter, take your cue from nature and turn inward. Read More »


Winter Cocktails for Every Zodiac Sign

Cuddling up to a hot winter drink on a cold winter night makes you feel good. And when you feel good, you make others feel good, too! Read More »


Foods for the Winter Season

The Sun moved into Capricorn on December 21, which also marked the Winter Solstice -- the shortest day/longest night of the year.Celebrations to honor Gods and Goddesses have been held since ancient times, and still continue today in one form or another in Japan, China, India, Pakistan, and countless other places. It is also during this time that High Holy days for many of the world's religions are celebrated, including Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Zoroastrian and Islam. Read More »


Winter Home Improvement Projects for People Who Aren't Martha Stewart

With the shorter and darker days, the winter season can cause all of us to feel cluttered in our cocoon indoors. This makes keeping your indoor sanctuary free and clear even more important! Shift the energy and feel of your home with these easy fixes. Read More »


Equinoxes, Solstices and Astrology

Have you ever wondered about the meaning of an equinox or solstice and how they tie into Astrology? Not surprisingly, there's a major significance to these periods of time and they each have something in common. Read More »


Winter Solstice Fairy Tale

Once upon a time, long ago, our ancestors lived in a world where everyone believed in mystery and magic. Every year, they gathered together to celebrate the seemingly miraculous return of the light after the longest night of the year. And that's how Winter Solstice festivals were born. Read More »


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