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November 2015

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My dear friends,

Frequently, I am telling you that around one's birthday and important energy shift in life begins to occur in our emotions and environment. This is why I always recommend the 12 month current year reading to be scheduled.

Birthdays need to be celebrated...either with a huge party with friends as I do every year or with yourself at a special dinner. I recently did a reading for a long time client on his birthday and I asked him how he celebrated knowing he is a single man. "I went out to my favorite steak house, got the best steak to enjoy, brought home some left-overs and am very happy with myself".

Too often, we expect and want others to validate us when we need to enjoy ourselves first and all others will fall in line behind us over the course of time.

I am a firm believer in sending thank you notes, welcome home notes and especially BIRTHDAY CARDS to friends and relatives. That is why I took the time and creative effort to create my full line of BIRTHDAY NUMEROLOGY CARDS for all of you to send to others, too.
You select the DAY the person was born on, select that specific Numerology card to order and off it goes to bring not only a thoughtful remembrance from you but inside the card an explanation of their personality as that was the day their soul chose to be born! ... an additional gift to them of knowledge.

                  To order your NUMEROLOGY BIRTHDAY CARDS, please go here:
I recently received this article from Maria Shriver who was preparing to celebrate her birthday and a new decade. She shared some good advice for all of us, no matter what age we are so I thought I would bring these tips to you in this newsletter.

Maria wrote these in the hope that they might help you on your own journey to live more authentically, to live more of life without judgment of yourself and/or others, so that when the time comes for you to go, you have fewer regrets about what you didn't do and more pride in what you did.
1. There is nothing about life that's predicable, so stop trying to predict it.
2. Find every excuse you can to celebrate it.
3. Love the age you are and stop wishing you were a different one.
4. Stop worrying about what others think. It's a huge waste of your time.
5. Stop wondering if God is listening, just have faith He/She is.
6. Be grateful to anyone who has ever loved you or tried to love you. I know I am.
7. Know that shit will happen in life. You think you will not be able to withstand, but you can and you will.
8. Be kind to your body, it will be with you for life.
9. Believe me when I tell you: diets are a waste of time. I've tried them all.
10. Don't believe people who tell you they can eat anything and still be so skinny! They are fibbing.

11. Moderate everything but laughing.
12., Don't be scared to be a parent, trust your heart.
13. Make friends with your children's friends. They'll make you laugh and give you valuable intel.
14. Keep a pair of clothes from high school. Not to check if you can still fit in them but for the memories they hold.
15. Hold your children over and over again and then let someone hold you.
16. Get smart about money as early as possible.
17. Save money from every paycheck.
18. Buy comfortable sheets, you'll spend a lot of time in them.
19. Know that no matter how smart you are, you cannot change someone else.
20. Stay out of other people's business. Dealing with your own is a full-time job.
21. Be kind, cause everyone is struggling.
22. Don't engage in gossip, it always bites you in the ass.
23. Don't mistake gifts for love.
24. Stay in connection with your childhood friends and introduce them to your grownup friends. Make yours a generous 
      tribe that's connected not only to you, but to each other.
25. Spend time alone when you are young so it won't scare you when you are older.
26. Write thank you notes to people for their time and their wisdom. See both as a gift.
27. Look people in the eye when you talk to them. And at least once, look into someone's eyes for five minutes straight.   
      You will learn something.
28. Sit down to family dinner every night. If you can't do it every night, make Sunday night family night.
29. Play games with your kids (my favorites are Capture the Flag and Uno).
30. Give your kids a Get-Out-Of-School pass to use for a special day with you.
31. Keep an open table and an open mind.
32. Be of service.
33. Travel with your kids. It will broaden their horizons and strengthen their bonds.
34. Don't assume anyone is better than you or you are better than anyone else.
35. Don't ever sit out of an election. You have the gift of living in a country where every vote matters. Use yours.
36. Learn how to turn off the critical voice in your head as early as possible.
37. Every year write down your regrets then burn them and leave them where they belong: In the ashes.
38. Listen to your gut. It knows more than anyone else you are asking for advice.
39. Practice prayer/meditation. It will keep you in check with yourself.
40. Never think your work life is more important than your family.
41. Don't think bad stuff won't happen to you. Learn how to push through. Head up, shoulders back.
42. Don't allow anyone to shame you.
43. Get good at forgiveness. You will need to practice it throughout life.
44. Know that forgiving doesn't mean going back to what was. It means going forward with love. You get to decide what 
      that looks like.
45. If you want forgiveness, ask for it.
46. Get good at letting go.
47. Don't expect people to be perfect. You are not...neither are they.
48. Learn how to communicate in your own home. If you can't find your voice get help.
49. Don't think that reaching out for help is a sign of weakness; it's a sign of strength.
50. Therapy isn't a waste of time. It can save a friendship, a marriage, your life.
51. If you marry and it comes to an end, don't let anyone tell you you have failed. Be grateful for the love you had, the 
      memories you made, the lessons you learned.
52. If you have a pity party, make it short and then move on.
53. Don't see yourself as a victim, see yourself as brave.
54. Be brave enough to write your own story ... and then rewrite it.
55. Be brave enough to try love after you heart has been broken.
56. Spend time in nature, it calms your mind.
57. Spend time around people who see you, who celebrate you, who want the best for you.
58. Stay connected to your siblings and don't come between them and their partners. My four brothers are my past, my 
      present and my future ... and I like all of their wives.
59. Take care of your parents when they age, it's a privilege.
60. Have faith that your best days are ahead of you. That your next frontier will be your most fulfilling time. And that you 
     deserve to be seen as good enough just the way you are.

"It is great to have friends when one is young but indeed it is still more so when you are getting old. When we are young, friends are, like everything else, a matter of course. In the old days we know what it means to have them."

                                                                                                                                                                          ... Edward Grieg