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    Book Review – Babytrology: The Astrological Guide to Your Little Star by Judi Vitale

    Book Review Babytrology The Astrological Guide to Your Little Star by Judi Vitale 224 Pages     With “Babytrology: The Astrological Guide to Your Little Star,” parents can learn about their baby’s personality and passions before it’s even born. Using the due date to determine the sun sign is all that’s needed to unlock a vast amount of information, from ruling planet to favorite colors. For each sign, Judi Vitale provides general characteristics, how they manifest for boys and girls, talents and affinities, style, challenges, and favorite things including foods, books, games and songs. Parents can read up on the learning style for that sign, the best way to calm…

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    Book Review – The Little Book of Self-Care for Libra by Constance Stellas

    Book Review The Little Book of Self-Care for LibraSimple Ways to Refresh and Restore – According to the Starsby Constance Stellas 160 Pages   Bright Blessings, Readers! I am glad to be reviewing this great guide to why it is important to take care of yourself, and even happier to say, that author Constance Stellas has guides for all twelve signs! An accomplished astrologer in print, she also teaches, and helps clients in both the United States and Greece. She has written for such illustrious publications as the New York Times and Marie Claire. She’s been a practicing astrologer for over 20 years, and she really knows her stuff. For…

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    Witch & Popcorn

      Review of Little Miss Sumo   Bright Blessings, Film lovers!   I’ve always been a huge fan of Sumo Wrestling since watching the first match on TV I ever saw of it. In a country- America- where sports fans and athletes tear each other apart, and get into fights on the playing fields- it is downright refreshing to me to see the courtesy, pride, and poise Sumo Wrestlers exhibit. I have never seen a more polite, or regal sport. Tonight, I learned something about it, though. Traditionally, Sumo is for men only- but for many years, many little girls and women around the world have done Sumo wrestling, although…

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    Book Review – The Little Book of Dream Symbols by Jacqueline Towers

    Book ReviewThe Little Book of Dream SymbolsThe Essential Guide to Over 700 of the Most Common Dreamsby Jacqueline Towers 216 Pages   Brightest Blessings This book contains a wealth of knowledge in its easy to use format. It makes you want to take your time referencing and reading up on what your dreams mean the next morning. Each entry is well thought out. Ms. Towers gives a bit of intro into dreams, a little bit on nightmares, also. I especially loved her advice here where she says: ” As you begin interpreting your dreams, consider images that the dreams are giving you, if a certain image means something to you,…