Perhaps you’ve heard about The Great Conjunction. Here’s what it means.
Your body has a primordial response to the change in seasons. Resistance is futile.
The winter solstice is both an ending and a beginning, a time to honor the death and plant seeds for new life that will incubate.
Nobody would blame you for wanting to get 2020 out of the way to focus on what’s next. But this year, more than ever, you need to do a year-end review to find the light in 2020.
Instead of sprinting to the end, redefine what it means to end the year strong.
The festival of Chanukah reminds us that the revolution that will lead to victory of light over darkness begins at home.
An atypically warm November can lure us into complacency at the precise moment we need to prepare for winter.