I have the free Co-Star Astrology App which actually creates your birth chart and plots your daily horoscope from there.
At 1 pm daily, I get a push notification that reads with whatever message is on that lightbulb line.
I really liked today’s. It made me quiver a bit in excitement.
You are here to develop an intimate, magical relationship with yourself.
I’ve been working 8 a.m to 6 p.m. for about a week now and every day I say, “Today is the day I will clock out on time.”
Today I was driving home from Staples. I had to have photocopies made of a grant proposal. And they could only have ten people in the store at a time.
There was no traffic.
And somehow, alone in my house, those ten hour workdays are less stressful and exponentially more productive than 8 in the office. But I think that’s because the world itself has slowed.
I got a compliment from my boss today. A small one. I haven’t gotten one of those in a while. She called a letter I composed for her to sign, “very nice.”
It’s also fun to see how various colleagues react to working from home and the amusing casual messages we exchange because we don’t have that office interaction. Like George asks me every day if I’m having anything good for lunch.
So right now is a good time to develop an intimate, magical relationship with myself as it’s just me. And the cats. And the kittens. And the birds.
At least until the teenager returns home from her dad’s.