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ARIES: May 14-20 Tuesday, May 13
When the path ahead divides in two, I hope you work some magic to let you take both ways at once. If you master this riddle, and creatively figure out how to split yourself without harm, the two …
AQUARIUS: June 11-17 Wednesday, June 11
Almost 100 years ago, world-famous comedian Charlie Chaplin entered a Charlie Chaplin lookalike contest in San Francisco. He did his best to imitate himself, but it wasn’t good enough for the …
TAURUS: May 14-20 Tuesday, May 13
You have more in common with a marathon runner than a speed racer. Your best qualities tend to emerge when you’re committed to a process that takes a while to unfold. Learning to pace yourself is a …
PISCES: June 11-17 Wednesday, June 11
“The art of medicine consists in amusing the patient while nature cures the disease,” said French philosopher Francois-Marie Voltaire. Invoke that principle in the weeks ahead. You need to be …
GEMINI: May 14-20 Tuesday, May 13
If you fling handfuls of zucchini seeds on the ground in a vacant lot today, you shouldn’t expect neat rows of ripe cucumbers to grow in your backyard in a couple of weeks. Even if you fling …
CANCER: May 14-20 Tuesday, May 13
“If we want the rewards of being loved,” says cartoonist Tim Kreider, “we have to submit to the mortifying ordeal of being known.” How are you doing with the trade-off? Being a Crab, I know …
CAPRICORN: May 14-20 Tuesday, May 13
In Raymond Chandler’s pulp fiction novel Farewell, My Lovely, main character detective Philip Marlowe says, “I needed a drink, I needed a lot of life insurance, I needed a vacation, I needed a …
SAGITTARIUS: May 14-20 Tuesday, May 13
According to my astrological omen-reading, you draw inspiration from this Chinese proverb: “Never do anything standing that you can do sitting, or anything sitting that you can do lying down.” In …
PISCES: May 14-20 Tuesday, May 13
Author Eva Dane defines writer’s block as what happens “when your imaginary friends stop talking to you.” Something like this has been happening lately – even if you’re not a writer. Some …
WHISTLEBLOWER Wednesday, June 11
We chat with Sean Hurd — father, husband, youth league coach, Jax Beach native and, oh yeah, one of only three American refs at the World Cup in Brazil
 
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