Home Astrology Horoscope Horoscope oi-Deepannita Das By Deepannita Das on March 1, 2021 Today will bring a positive change in the lives of some zodiac signs, while others will be disappointed. If you are curious to know what comes next, then read your weekly horoscope. Let's see what the stars have in store for you. Aries: 21 March - 19 April Mentally you will not feel well. You will be very confused and will not understand how to get out of your troubles. You better keep your mind calm and work patiently. Today the atmosphere of the office will not be right. Your boss may be angry with you for your mistakes. It would be better to focus on your work. Businessmen today are advised to refrain from making any important business decisions. Conditions will be normal in your personal life. Talking about health, you should do yoga and meditation daily to stay strong physically and mentally. Lucky Colour: … [Read more...] about Daily Horoscope: 01 March 2021
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I had barely begun my annual read of the Harry Potter series when I was struck down by the flu in late January. I had a cough, minor temperature swings, dream sweats, and I was couldn’t leave my bed for anything but the toilet or the easiest meals. Gumbo soup, pre-cooked chicken in bottled vindaloo sauce, hot and sour soup; the nursing skills of my usually destructive dog; Harry Potter and watching ballet documentaries on my phone entertained me between long naps. I got tested earlier this week. I didn’t have COVID-19 , even though I was pretty sure I didn’t. Only the cough and sweats fit. I could taste that spicy food (it helped me cough), I could smell myself getting riper with no energy to stand up in the shower for 15 minutes. It was a run-of-the-mill flu but oh, my, I was bored in that gray space of 2 ½ weeks. The impeachment trial of Donald Trump made me human. I watched it on my phone in real time, read everything I could Google, watched documentaries about Q, … [Read more...] about Donald Trump and the Deathly Hallows
Less than 50 percent of Americans have received or want to receive a Covid-19 vaccine. 31 percent intend to “wait and see” and 20 percent of Americans do not want to be vaccinated. Americans' perception that leaders are incompetent, untruthful, and uncaring may be a factor in the hesitation or refusal to be vaccinated. Leaders who demonstrate competence, character and caring are needed to improve the number of Americans who are willing to be vaccinated. Safe and effective vaccinations for Covid-19 are here and more are on the way. The supply of vaccines is increasing and in the coming months anyone who wants to be vaccinated will be able to do so. To quell the pandemic, experts say that 80 to 90 percent of the population must become immune either through vaccination or by prior infection.[i] Given the massive effort to develop and distribute vaccines, this goal is achievable but only if enough people agree to be vaccinated. Covid-19 vaccine Source: … [Read more...] about Why People Might Reject a COVID-19 Vaccine
In general, while people are interested in making gains and getting ahead, they are often more motivated to avoid losses and missing out . That is why making something scarce, limited, or difficult to obtain can make it more desirable . As it turns out, that type of influence works in love, to make dates and mates more desirable as well. After all, that is why we have expressions like "playing hard to get," "you don't know what you got 'till it's gone," and "absence makes the heart grow fonder" when talking about dating and relating too. In the course of writing here, I have explored a few different dating and relating tactics that make individuals more appealing and attractive, by being less available or more selective. Specifically, I have looked at playing hard-to-get , being more selectively available , and appearing popular and desired by others . In this post, I will review those strategies further, blending in the research on scarcity in general—and helping … [Read more...] about Is It Attractive to Be Selective, Popular, or Hard-to-Get?
As we continue to shelter-in-place, experience ongoing political discord, and live day-to-day, it can feel like an uphill struggle to experience moments of happiness — to maintain balance, focus, and resilience . Source: Gerd Altmann/Pixabay In this complex world, daily life is filled with distractions. It’s common to fall into the habit of just doing. Striving to check things off the list. You may forget about paying attention to who you really are and what’s really important to you. Life’s vicissitudes — changing circumstances both pleasant and unpleasant — can fill your moments so completely that you may lose sight of your goals , direction, and how you want to express your life. This busyness can leave you vulnerable to overwhelm, making it hard to notice the truths, needs, and callings within and around you. Many of us know we would benefit from a bit of breathing space as we face the persistent demands of life and work. Engaging in practices that can … [Read more...] about How to Gain Greater Balance in an Unbalanced World