Horoscope - Dec 5 2016

Aries Horoscope

(Mar 21 – Apr 19)

On your mark, get set, go; it’s time to hit the ground running. Progressive ideas are fueled by your characteristic vigor today, but there’s a chance you might come on too strong if you don’t choose your words wisely. Fortunately, the intellectual Aquarius Moon works in tandem with your opinionated ruler, Mars, giving you the opportunity to express yourself coolly as well as confidently. Use this cosmic boost to your advantage now, because by the time night falls you’ll be more interested in relaxing and recharging than pushing a project forward.

Taurus Horoscope

(Apr 20 – May 20)

Tensions are running high at work today, as everyone has their own ideas about how to move the group’s agenda forward. The brilliant Aquarius Moon connects with ambitious Mars, setting a rather brisk pace for the day. Use this energy to be as productive as possible, and constructively throw in your two cents before you clock out. Rushing isn’t your style, but it’s prudent to fulfill your obligations before the Moon shifts into dreamy Pisces tonight. Taking pride in a job well done is its own reward.

Gemini Horoscope

(May 21 – Jun 20)

Contrary to popular belief, you can’t talk your way out of everything. Be careful that your words don’t turn into weapons today as your conversations may gravitate toward touchy subjects like religion and politics. It can be difficult to let something go if your principles are on the line, but tempers blow over just as quickly as they flare if you don’t throw fuel on the fire. Happily, the Moon drifts into whimsical Pisces later tonight, diffusing difficult dialogues and transforming your mundane thoughts into dreams of recognition and validation.

Cancer Horoscope

(Jun 21 – Jul 22)

If you’re wondering whether now is the right time to bring up the subject of money with a loved one, it probably is. Although it can be awkward to address financial problems, especially those involving debts or loans, it is important to confront the issues if you don’t want your generosity to be taken for granted. Fortunately, you can summon the courage you need to sort out any concerns that surface today. You feel strong when you stand up for yourself and your growing confidence earns you the respect you deserve.

Leo Horoscope

(Jul 23 – Aug 22)

Friction is likely between you and your beloved right now, but keep in mind that it’s not always about you. Instead of reacting defensively, make sure you listen as much as you speak. Conflict isn’t required today, but sometimes expressing your emotions allows the energy to move forward to a more productive place. The Moon’s shift into peaceful Pisces and your 8th House of Intimacy inspires a reunion of hearts. Taking things too personally delays emotional satisfaction.

Virgo Horoscope

(Aug 23 – Sep 22)

Whether you like it or not, the weekend is over and it’s back to work. There’s a strong chance you’ll encounter some dissension over the course of the day, and it’s best to acknowledge it as soon as you can. It might be upsetting when someone rocks the boat, especially when you’re used to your normal routine. However, this challenge could be just the push that’s needed to make an improvement to your daily grind. Dealing with a conflict immediately, while logic is on your side, enables you to think with your head rather than your heart.

Libra Horoscope

(Sep 23 – Oct 22)

If you peacemakers of the zodiac had it your way, everyone would do their very best to compromise and collaborate so conflict is kept to a minimum. Unfortunately, this isn’t the way the world works, and you must contend with discord now and again. You might be confronted with an issue that could cause some uncomfortable tension today, but if you say what you mean and mean what you say, you may discover that clearing the air opens up your creative channels, too. Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations.

Scorpio Horoscope

(Oct 23 – Nov 21)

You may feel some internal conflict brewing deep beneath the surface, and it’s wise to unpack it now rather than ignore or suppress it. The detached Aquarius Moon wanders through your psychological landscape today, encountering warrior Mars along the way. This combustible cosmic combination causes some rumbling in your emotional foundation, but you can make the most of the turmoil by using your passion to drive your advancement toward achieving your wildest dreams.

Sagittarius Horoscope

(Nov 22 – Dec 21)

There’s a need for speed as you race through your day, solving problems as you go. Issues might unexpectedly arrive this afternoon when impatient Mars runs into the eccentric Aquarius Moon, but this could serve as just the lightning bolt needed to take a brilliant idea to the next level. Resistance doesn’t always slow you down; sometimes conflict resolution acts as a propelling force. Rather than ignoring the reality of the situation, save the day by finding an innovative solution as soon as you can.

Capricorn Horoscope

(Dec 22 – Jan 19)

It’s not like you to get upset over every little thing, but expending some emotion on a peaceful resolution is more than worth it today. Warrior Mars becomes entangled with the objective Aquarius Moon in your 2nd House of Values, prompting you to wonder why everything means so much to you now. Call it how you see it in this moment, because being honest in your reasoning moves you in the right direction. Take these steps without delay so you don’t miss the opportunity to transform your life.

Aquarius Horoscope

(Jan 20 – Feb 18)

You’re likely to feel energetic and ready to roll at the beginning of the day, so get the show on the road early and ride the momentum. Strategic Mars teams up with the Moon in your innovative sign, propelling you forward at a breakneck pace. There may be challenges ahead, but there are also opportunities to speak up about an unorthodox solution that will get the job done. Enjoy the excitement while it lasts, because Luna’s shift into intuitive Pisces will put you in a more introspective mood. Work now, dream later.

Pisces Horoscope

(Feb 19 – Mar 20)

It may feel as though time is rushing on like a river today, so dive in and don’t fight the currents. It is wise, however, to be wary of rocks in the rapids. You could be in for somewhat of a bumpy ride this afternoon as something surfaces from your subconscious that you didn’t realize was bothering you so much. But don’t be discouraged; inner turmoil can often lead you to the breakthrough you need to create positive change.

Source : Rick Levine

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anonymous asked:

Percentage wise what do you think realistically are the chances for a season 11?

I don’t know if you saw this week’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine, but Holt and his husband were arguing about statistics to distract themselves from the fact that they just needed to have sex. That’s all of us with The X-Files but the people who need to have sex are Mulder and Scully.

anonymous asked:

Miss Witch, would you happen to have any advice for a really depressed 17 year old??? I'm supposed to graduate high school this year, but I'm really beginning to doubt that I will. I failed a lot of classes last year after being hospitalized for a suicide attempt, and right now I'm missing a lot of school because of my depression, and at this rate I might have to either take summer school or repeat some classes. I'm ridiculously stressed out right now so do you have any words of wise to share???

Just that graduation is badass no matter when it happens. I understand you want to finish high school already, but if it doesn’t happen on schedule it’s nothing to be ashamed of. You lived through so much, and you still do. Your life is more important than school. Don’t feel bad for staying at home. You wouldn’t go to school if you had broken ribs or pneumonia, don’t go to school if you’re depressed. It’s the correct choice to put your (mental) health first. You will graduate. It hurts that it’s maybe not when you expect, but you will. You’ll hold that diploma in your hands. Doesn’t matter when. Take care of yourself, sink your soul in Christmas cheer if you can, and remember that the future doesn’t plan you, you plan the future. Adjust your plans to fit you like a glove. Now or next summer graduation’s waving at you and you’ll most definitely get there.

son-of-rome  asked:

bruh just send it in a message or ask to one of us and ask that we don't even read it if you want. I'll straight up not read anything and delete it right away if it's just shit you need to get out there. Or just post something late at night if you really want and then delete it right away. Tell your dogs. Tell a tree. Tell anything just say the words and you'll feel better

how can one person be so wise and kind while also hurting me by making angst directly targeted at my soul???????? hmm???? (thanks tho, bro, i appreciate you v much)

anonymous asked:

Charlie. Never let a crotch horse shit in your sacred stables please. With love- one of your many children - one that is suffering - wait that everyone. The blind brit child.

Why thank you for those wise words of wisdom, Emily xD

30 Things to Love About Exercise (None of Which Have Anything to Do with Your Weight, Your Size, or What You Look Like)

I got this from the book called  “ The Unapologetic Fat Girl’s Guide to Exercise and Other Incendiary Acts” by Hanne Blank. I found it both enlightning and motivational, so I decidd to share :)

1. Working out is an immune-system booster, which is great since no one actually enjoys being a mobile snot fountain.

2. Exercise builds ferociously sturdy little old ladies (and men): it’s fantastic for your bones, reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s, and improves balance and coordination.

3. Exercise reduces symptoms of both depression and anxiety. Organic, legal DIY mellowness is a pretty sweet side effect.

4. Working out helps regulate your blood pressure, reducing the effects of things like traffic jams and not being allowed to strangle that one coworker who really, really needs it.

5. Exercising makes you smarter: research shows that exercise incorporating complex movement, especially, makes people learn better and faster.

6. Working out hath charms to soothe the savage metabolic system, encouraging insulin sensitivity and making diabetes management a little easier.

7. Regular exercise tends to generate major mojo. And by mojo, I mean increased sex drive and sexual responsivity. Yeah, baby.

8. If you suffer from insomnia, exercise helps, and not just because it tires you out; it also helps your body regulate its own rhythms.

9. Workouts boost levels of neurochemicals like dopamine and serotonin, which is like getting a biochemical massage in terms of counteracting stress.

10. You’ll be able to sing louder and dive deeper with your improved lung capacity.

11. Your joints get stronger and less prone to injuries and diseases, including tricky ones like repetitive stress injuries and arthritis.

12. It enables you to satisfy those urges to reenact dance numbers from Broadway musicals. So what if you’re in the grocery store?

13. Will you be able to snatch a speeding bullet out of the air? Maybe not, but working out does improve people’s reaction time.

14. Endorphins—mmmmm, sweet, sweet endorphins: the “runner’s high” isn’t just for runners, ya know.

15. Outrunning the zombies.

16. It makes you strong. You never know when you’ll need to be that person who can carry the suitcase full of gold bars through the airport without anyone being able to tell that it’s so heavy.

17. Your body and your brain get superbly and thoroughly oxygenated, which tends to make you feel peppy and full of mischief.

18. Most of us like to think we’re flexible people who can roll with the punches. Exercising makes it more likely that it’ll literally be true, not just figuratively.

19. If, God forbid, you should get sick, being a regular exerciser can help reduce the length and severity of your illness. It has even been shown to reduce cancer mortality for some kinds of cancer.

20. Exercise can help pregnancy and labor go a lot more smoothly. Afterward, it helps you keep up with the kid.

21. Probiotics and antacids have their place, but if you want to give your digestive system the best possible advantage, there’s nothing like fiber, water, and exercise.

22. Physical competence—just knowing you can count on your body to do stuff effectively and without trouble—is pretty damn nice.

23. It makes your heart happy and efficient to the point that your resting heart rate may get lower.

24. Four words: Exercise-induced mitochondrial biogenesis— exercising can increase the number of mitochondria in your muscle cells, which is just completely geeky cool.

25. Stamina: “Another ten rounds? Sure,” you say. “Bring it … if you can.”

26. You’re much less likely to fall and much more likely to be able to get right back up and brush yourself off if you do.

27. It’s kind of nice not to think twice about getting down on the floor to look for that thing that just rolled under the entertainment center or about how you’ll get up again.

28. It’s eco-friendly. No matter how much you sweat or howhard you breathe, you will not produce toxic waste or greenhouse gases.

29. It gives you a bulletproof excuse. “Sorry, Aunt Linda, of course I’d love to hear all about your colonoscopy, but I have to go or I’ll be late to Pilates.”

30. Juicy ideas and spicy epiphanies seem to be attracted to sweat and gym socks. Moving your body is a fantastic way to jump-start your brain.