Pisces 2021 Horoscope (February 19 – March 20)

We’ve rolled into Pisces season and it’s time to slow your roll. This water sign is introspective and calm but never lost to daydreaming.

It’s time to sit down and think about life, the universe and everything. Before you rush onwards to your next goal, take time to determine how your current path will affect you and the people closest to you in the long run.

Surgical v. Non-Surgical procedures: Get informed

One might wonder how the “it” look could be obtained without having celebrity money. In fact, there are procedures known as non-surgical procedures that can give you the same look for less, without having to go under the knife.
Depending on your unique needs, wants and will to risk factor, the question is if you should go surgical or non-surgical to reach those fantasized “it” looks. Therefore, here are the most common cosmetic procedures and some of their alternatives.

Aquarius 2021 Horoscope (January 20 – February 18)

Aquarius is upon us after an interesting and exhausting Capricorn season, which saw us preparing, planning and losing our collective minds. All Aquarius season is asking you to do is find innovative ways to communicate.  

But don’t look at this as a chance to sit back and relax. You still have plans to follow through on. Your methods are just a little different. 

It’s time to let loose and explore the options available to us in a new light. 

Combatting the worst wedding crasher: The ‘Rona

Planning a wedding can take a lot of work. There are a lot of things to consider: the venue, food, drink, music, date, time, guest lists, weather and much more. On average, it takes a couple 13 to 18 months to plan a wedding, but it can be much longer. If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that a lot can happen in any given time frame. Like a worldwide pandemic.

Cancel Culture Is Toxic

“Twitter, do your thing,” is a toxic line used to expose someone, a brand or company that is displaying problematic behavior.
It is the epitome of cancel culture, the idea that someone can be cancelled based on their unsettling remarks or ideologies. Although the term “cancel culture” is new, the act behind it is not. The trend is particularly popular amongst Gen Z’ers and Millennials.

Forget Fomo: You’re Important too

COVID has some of us in a place of fear–that is fear of missing out (FOMO). We tend to depend on others and things around us to keep us happy instead of creating our own happiness.
When experiencing FOMO, we resort to going out and doing reckless things that can put us at a higher risk for COVID-19 and therefore harming those closest to us. It is important to find a happy medium between wilding out all the time and staying home.