Mercury retrograde can bring anything from a minor mishap to a major meltdown, depending on whether how well we prepare for this thrice-yearly event – and whether we understand its purpose. Get details to help you actually ENJOY this special, introspective time……[Read more]
A disaster, filled with tech problems and equipment breakdowns?
A "blast from the past," when people come back into your life?
A time to slow down and re-think, review, or redo?
If you answered
all of the above, you're right! Find out more in the posts below. AND: get ways to make YOUR Mercury retrogrades a time to look forward to instead of a time to dread…
Photo courtesy Elif Geris Anne returned to Frank Fontana’s show yesterday for a full hour of “Designing With The Stars,” her popular astrology segment featuring planetary updates and conversations with callers. “This is the time of the show when we get real interactive,” said host Frank Fontana. Anne is “one of our longstanding experts and…[Read more]
Mercury retrograde in Gemini is ultra powerful! It doesn’t happen all that often, and it gives us special opportunities. Find out more here……[Read more]
Callers started phoning in to WGN Radio AM 720 on May 31 more than 30 minutes before Anne came on the air on Frank Fontana’s “Design Dude” program. “Anne is our resident astrologer,” Fontana said. “Our lines fill up really quick [whenever she’s on] because we get so many calls coming in. Anne is kind…[Read more]
Mercury, the planet closest to the Sun, will go retrograde June 7, making this a great time to slow down and ease into summertime fun. Find out more about Mercury retrograde and how to make the most of this special time when Anne returns to Frank Fontana’s “Design Dude” show on WGN Radio AM 720…[Read more]
Anne returned to Jo Vandermeulen’s blog talk radio show this week to discuss more tips on using astrology for time management. Like Anne’s April appearance on Vandermeulen’s show, the September program drew rave reviews. Vandermeulen, a radio host, author, and internet promotional expert who broadcasts from Courtenay, British Columbia, called it “a fabulous show,” with an…[Read more]
With Mercury retrograde in Leo since July 14, we’ve had a dramatic experience of fuzzy thinking, miscommunication, technology breakdowns, lost items, and obstacles to creative expression. The retrograde lasts until August 8 (CDT), although it may require a few days after that to sort out your experiences during the retrograde before you can move forward.…[Read more]
Anne’s first appearance on Jo-Anne Vandermeulen’s radio show earned raves from Vandermeulen, who called the approximately 40 minute interview her “best show ever.” Now, the podcast from that show has been turned into a video filled with even more helpful astrology. See it now……[Read more]
Anne Nordhaus-Bike’s April 9 appearance on Jo Vandermeulen’s blog talk radio show scored a great success. Vandermeulen, a radio host, author, and internet promotional expert who broadcasts from Courtenay, British Columbia, called it “a great show,” with a “fabulous” presentation by Nordhaus-Bike. As of today, Vandermeulen has posted the recorded version of the show in her…[Read more]
When Mercury went retrograde March 12, it began moving backward through Aries and on March 23 slipped back into Pisces. When the retrograde ends April 4, Mercury will begin to move forward in Pisces and then re-enter Aries on April 16. During this time, you may have felt Mercury’s trickster energy via misplaced belongings, technology…[Read more]
Tomorrow at 4:52 p.m. Chicago time, the Sun leaves placid, nature-loving Taurus for talkative, information-loving Gemini. Then, at 7:12 a.m. this Saturday, the Moon begins a new monthly cycle when it leaves the balsamic (or final) phase of its Taurus cycle and enters the new (or dark moon) phase in this year’s Gemini lunar cycle.…[Read more]
Yesterday marked the start of a new cycle for humanity. At 1:56 a.m. Chicago time, the new Moon in Aquarius eclipsed the Sun, also in Aquarius. To further intensify this celestial set-up, Jupiter and Neptune also are in the sign of the Water Bearer, as are the North Node (a point in the sky offering…[Read more]
Thursday brought rain, giving us a perfect opportunity to visit the Denver Art Museum. We started with the small but interesting collection of European and American painting, sculpture, and furniture; then toured a special exhibit of Amish and Mennonite quilts; and ended up on the ground floor for a special show of quilts from Gee’s…[Read more]