Monthly Archives: June, 2008

  • June 30th – July 6th

    This week starts off with a bang and a rush out the door. The likelihood of going to extremes this week cannot be discounted. With a creative thrust, we can be off and running. We may feel that there is so much to do and so little time in which to do it.

  • June 23rd – 29th

    This week could have us thinking about our summer vacation plans, with us focused on fun events and social gatherings. The first part of the week may have us dealing with our responsibilities, tying up loose ends and concerned about how we are going to make it under the avalanche of bad news streaming at us. The answer to the latter is for us not to fall into a victim mode, assume that we can only be reactive to situations but instead to look at the opportunities buried deep within the dire circumstances of these times.

  • Summer 2008

    This Summer starts with an ‘all or nothing’ disposition, an intensity when nothing is likely done in half measure. Although we are looking for summer fun times, we may also come to realize that the landscape has changed. The easygoing ‘lazy, hazy days of summer’ may be a past memory, hard to recapture under today’s backdrop. While we might find these times challenging, we could also use this period akin to the grain of sand within the oyster…

  • June 16th – 22nd

    Like life recently, this week has its ups and downs. We may feel constricted in moving fast forward ahead but we can also use the time to rid ourselves of the outworn, the outmoded and leave behind the past. We do have to be careful that we are not feeling too uncomfortable in our own skin…

  • June 9th – 15th

    This week continues with the Mercury retrograde. If you haven’t noticed various glitches in our lives recently, then consider yourself very, very lucky.

  • June 2nd – 8th

    This week seems largely a pleasant and playful week. We’re looking to chat, idle about and enjoy ourselves. It’s the first full week of June and we can plan picnics, barbecues and other casual get-togethers. We are far more interested in having a good time than our daily responsibilities.

  • June

    June has a little of something for everyone. This month may seem like a wild metronome, swinging from one extreme to another. By now, we should be used to the volatility of these times, and this month is likely to ratchet up the volatility severalfold.