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  1. Love, Psychics, and Compatability

    Thu 12 November 2015


    In astrology, some signs are bound to get on better together than others on a general level, especially when they belong to the same element, whether that’s Fire, Water, Air or Earth. Other good combinations are Fire and Air, or Earth and Water. But that doesn’t mean that some celestial combinations don’t work at all. In Your Love Signs you’ll find a few surprises in store for you, such as the fact that opposites do attract (and how!). But even with the more problematic pairings, if you persist with your partner and absolutely adore each other, love will find a way.

    We aren’t all tarred with the same celestial brush, and some signs aren’t as sexy as others. They also love at different levels, with their emotions expressed at varying rates and for a variety of reasons. What might upset or annoy you may leave me un- touched! In Your Love Signs I’ll tell you exactly what’s what about each of the twelve Sun signs. I’ll also say when some signs do better in business, or as buddies, than when they’re husband and wife, or lifelong lovers.

    This feature will help you to understand how and why you react to folk in the way that you do, even if it’s just the grocer on the comer, or your bus conductor.

    Everyone has to relate to someone, even if it’s only themselves, and without that communication we’re all up to our necks in hot water! If you fail at that first contact with someone, you’ll never get on to the next steps of love and sex. So if Your Sun Signs was the key to your creativity and individuality, then Your Love Signs is the guide to relating to others. Have fun!

    Your personal finances and career prospects are important to you so we take the astonishing powers of the Tarot mix them with the ancient art of Numerology and the accuracy of pure Astrology, to bring you a psychic and astrological report that will give you a Real Psychic Message for every week of the next twelve months focussing on your your work, career prospects, personal finances and general money situations. Check out the sample report. A Psychic Snapshot report is also available which covers "NOW" for 12 areas of your life.

    As astrology has a profound effect on our human world so it also influences the lives of our pets.

    Just as the zodiac is divided up into 12 very different personality types it is perfectly natural that this should extend to animals. All these different traits can be explained by studying the astrological influences that determine their character and behaviour patterns. Now check out your own pet’s horoscope to see what the stars say this week - starting Monday, February 28th!


    Pet Horoscopes Is there anyone who’s not aware of what a dynamo you are; at the rate you’re going people will think you’re in a race to a finish line! Set a nice, easy pace; take a considered review of your possessions and work to reduce the vast amount of clutter you’ve been accumulating. Find appropriate places to store your cherished toys and determine which of your older items is ready for the trash. Your people could learn a thing or two from you.


    Pet Horoscopes Although both you and your people can always find something to keep you all busy, set aside assigned periods to just relax. How often you’ve welcomed visitors as friends and relations entered your home for one reason and another. Now the two of you owe it to yourselves to enjoy a slower pace, take afternoon naps if the mood settles on you, curl up on a comfy cushion, watch TV, listen to music, sit while your friend reads a book or sips warm tea or hot chocolate. You’ve earned it!

  2. Your Retirement Questions Answered With This Advice

    Tue 20 October 2015

    The retirement years can be truly wonderful, as long as you plan for them in a deliberate, strategic way. Knowing how to prepare yourself financially for retirement and understanding how to live in order to make your money last longer is essential. The tips that follow below can serve as a terrific starting point.

    You should save as early as you can for your retirement. When you start saving early, your money has that much more time to grow for you. If you wait until your middle-age, you may need to save more per year just to make sure that you will have enough money after you retire.

    Study your employers retirement and pension plan options. If your employer is one of those who offers a standard pension plan, then find out if you are covered in this plan. You should also find out if your spouse is covered under their own pension plan, if you have a spouse.

    You may have heard of reverse mortgages. They are a relatively new option for using your home equity to help fund your retirement. You can visit this website to learn more about reverse mortgage rules. These loans allow older homeowners the ability to borrow against the value they've built up in their homes.

    Try to start a savings account as young as possible to plan for retirement. Something with minimal risk and a high interest rate is best. The younger you start planning, the greater your opportunity will be to save. If you can begin to regularly contribute to savings in your 20s, you'll be well on your way to a nice nest egg.

    Consider taking up a class or studying a foreign language in your retirement years, to keep your mind sharp. While relaxing is all well and good, the old saying "use it or lose it" applies in your golden years. Keep your mind active and focused, or you may risk becoming forgetful during the most fun years of living!

    There is no doubt that countless folks look forward to retiring throughout their working lives. But, when the time actually arrives, the financial uncertainty can actually cause great strain. Fortunately, the information provided in the paragraphs above can serve as an ongoing reference that you can use to keep your head above water and really enjoy life after retirement.

  3. About Us

    Sun 04 October 2015
    Welcome to the Wyatt Earp House & Gallery

    Located in Tombstone, Arizona, The Wyatt Earp House and Gallery brings together the history of the old west with western and southwestern art. Owners Jim and Liz Allen wanted the house to be accessible to the public without having to charge an admission fee; they achieved this by incorporating a fine art gallery into the historic house. Now for the first time since the house was built, you can stand in the footsteps of historical figures like Wyatt Earp and Doc Holiday!

    "Owners Jim and Liz Allen wanted the house to be accessible to the public without having to charge an admission fee"