If you are miserable in your town, try this Astrology technique.

I remember growing up that I was quite miserable and drained in my old town. Things never seemed to come my way and I was always left out. Well, years after the fact, it all started to make sense to me. More so, when I was in NYC I noticed that good luck seemed to … Continue reading If you are miserable in your town, try this Astrology technique.

All good cities live on borrowed time.

I remember around six or so years ago as I walked around in East Village (Manhattan), it was around the end of the year so starting to get cold. You had some of the homeless issues that NYC faced but it was a bumbling city. Now this was all before big tech had opened its … Continue reading All good cities live on borrowed time.

Things worrying me that I have no control over.

Stop worrying about what you can't control, a saying all of us have heard over and over and over again. I could use that saying in my life sometimes as well because in recent months, I too have fallen into worrying about things I have no control over. Thankfully, I was able to get a … Continue reading Things worrying me that I have no control over.

The cold hard truth about Scorpios

Scorpio season is almost over so it's only fair that I make this post before we move to Sagittarius season. Either way, I wanted to kick this post off by giving all of you the cold hard truth about Scorpios from someone who has a decent amount of Scorpio and Plutonic influence in his chart. … Continue reading The cold hard truth about Scorpios

Astrology has a liberal bias

Not reality, Astrology. Around 30% of Americans are into Astrology and if you are in the 18-29 age range, this is even more true for you. Lately though, I have seen a trend amongst Astrologers when they try to predict the future events as it pertains to politics, a practice known as mundane astrology. Most … Continue reading Astrology has a liberal bias

Five things I’ve learned being in Florida (so far).

Not too long ago, I packed up my things and left NYC to go to a state with a lot less mandates (and a better cost of living). After deciding between Tennessee, Texas, and Florida, I ultimately went with Florida. Not only did the lack of state income tax win me over, I was also … Continue reading Five things I’ve learned being in Florida (so far).

The most underrated rule of dating: Lose Fast

What is the most valuable resource in this world? What resource is so valuable that unlike money, once you lose it, you can never get it back? What if I was to tell you young men out there that even men like Warren Buffet envy you for having this resource while they do not? The … Continue reading The most underrated rule of dating: Lose Fast

The unfortunate truths about dating apps in 2021.

Over the years, dating apps have become my most reliable way of meeting women. I found dating apps to be less awkward, protecting my ego from the rejections I'd experience with day game and the harsh ones from going out at night. In a way, it worked for me when I first got on them … Continue reading The unfortunate truths about dating apps in 2021.

The pandemic of the self-righteous

Two more weeks to flatten the curve, a phrase we all heard so much when this all began. Yet, two more weeks have turned into forever now. Those of us who are somewhat impartial or not completely partial to one side have seen how the pandemic has transformed beyond just a virus and physical illness. … Continue reading The pandemic of the self-righteous