My local Lush got the new Cup O’ Coffee face and body mask so I stopped in and picked that up along with a few other things to celebrate getting through my first week of classes this semester.

• Movis
• Celestial
• Dream Steam
• Cup O’ Coffee
• None Of Your Beeswax
• Don’t Look At Me


C O S M O S ; ‘We are all made of star-stuff. We are a way for the universe to know itself.’

A mix inspired by the wonder and tranquility of gazing upon stars. For intimate silences that last long into the night, tracing patterns in a glitter-filled sky. (for kristin). | listen

My take on astrology is that it’s almost selfish of us as a society to believe that the alignment of the planets and stars have nothing to with human beings. I mean for fucks sake, the only reason we can exist is that Earth is positioned just perfectly away from the Sun and that gravity is just enough to hold us down. Space is a magnificent thing and I think astrology is a fantastic way to figure out your behavior when the stars align in a certain manner. No, I do not believe in the whole “WHAT KIND OF FRUIT IS YOUR ZODIAC SIGN” kind of posts, but a lot of these astrology bloggers have put a lot of dedication and research into their work and I believe that they are in their right to be taken seriously.

Star of Bethlehem? Jupiter and Venus converge for the first time in 2000 years

Very cool - this hasn’t happened for 2000 years!


Jupiter and Venus will merge into a dazzling “super-star” in the Western horizon by the end of June, NASA says. The conjunction of the two planets has been building during the month of June and will culminate in a spectacular display on June 30. Read more >>



1. pertaining to the sky or visible heaven, or to the universe beyond the earth’s atmosphere, as in celestial body.

2. pertaining to the spiritual or invisible heaven; heavenly; divine.

3. of or pertaining to celestial navigation.

4. (initial capital letter) of or pertaining to the former Chinese Empire or the Chinese people.


5. an inhabitant of heaven.

6. (initial capital letter) a citizen of the Celestial Empire.

Etymology: from Mediaeval Latin cēlestiālis, from Latin caelestis, from caelum, “heaven”.

[Freydoon Rassouli]