The Sun Enters Aries: Spring Awakening!
Aries is the first sign of the zodiac and signifies everything new and fresh. Now that the Sun has moved into this energetic sign, a springtime rebirth of mind, body, and spirit is afoot!
One entire zodiac cycle is now complete -- and another one is already underway. The dawn of Aries always brings a surge of new inspiration; indeed, all beginnings start here. You'll feel spring's fresh burst of energy like sprouts breaking through the soil. You'll be ready to take risks and wear your heart on your sleeve. Your unbridled passion and enthusiasm returns, preparing you to embrace all that life has to offer with full fiery presence!
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The Sun's arrival in Aries is always a welcome transit after the dark and murky final days of the Pisces season, when things seem to turn a bit slushy and muddy, just like the end of winter itself. Now you'll suddenly
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- Astrology.com Home and Garden Horoscopes | At Home – Fri, Mar 22, 2013 11:40 AM EDT
Aries (March 21 - April 19)
Be on the lookout for some common household pitfalls as you move about the house today. A little bit of leftover bath oil from your soak last night could cause a nasty slip in the shower the next morning.
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Taurus (April 20 - May 20)
If winter's lack of outdoor blooms has you down, turn your thoughts indoors. Though your indoor garden may not be quite as spectacular, you may be able to coerce a few flowers to bloom, brightening up your winter.
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Gemini (May 21 - June 21)
If the mail in your front entryway is stacking up to the ceiling, think about what you could do to remedy the situation. The bills are not going to stop coming, but you might consider paying them online.
Each of these fabric-covered, designer headboards has a distinct personality. The only question is, Which one do you want to sleep with? Add some style to your bedroom with one of these designs.
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What better way to welcome guests than with a seasonal, easy-to-make door decoration? With fun add-ons and pretty patterns, one basic wreath form can turn into a slew of crafty possibilities. Click through for full instructions and tips for making three beautiful wreaths. For all three wreaths, carefully use a serrated bread knife to slightly round off both the inside and the outside edges of the front side of the Styrofoam form.
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Summer is prime time for a family get-away. If you're concerned about costs, now's the moment to start planning a fun summer vacation that fits your budget. Whether your family enjoys the great outdoors or prefers the air-conditioned indoors, we've got you covered with a list of eight cheap summer family vacations.A family vacation could be just a beach away.
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1. Yosemite National Park, California. National parks are the way to go if you crave cheap sightseeing, and Yosemite arguably offers some of the best scenery of any national park. Admission with a car costs $20 (all occupants included) or $10 a person (over age 15) by any other means of transportation (e.g., foot or horseback); admission is good for seven days.
Yosemite is nearly as large as Rhode Island and boasts 800 miles of trails that accommodate the rugged outdoorsman as well as the leisurely walker. With more than 100 lakes, multiple waterfalls, mountains, and a few beaches,Read More »from 8 Cheap Summer Family Vacations
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A couple of weeks ago, I found myself at the famed Blue Hill at Stone Barns in upstate New York. I was seated at a long, wooden communal table with 30-plus people in the food and wine industry, only some of whom I knew. The table was festooned with gorgeous floral arrangements--anemones, deep plum artichokes, and succulents--one of which was plunked right in front of me. At first I was delighted. Then the DIY tacos arrived: a plate piled with smoked shrimp, pickled mussels, and an untold number of condiments, all totally blocked by that beautiful arrangement. I couldn't assemble my taco without reaching rudely in front of my neighbors and getting out of my seat. My dream was becoming a communal table nightmare.
This shared dining arrangement has found its way into restaurants all over the country, from Son of a Gun in Los Angeles to Amis in Philadelphia. Some restaurants make it the only seating option; others center a communal table among other two- and four-tops.
We stocked this armoire with organizational strategies that recast bed-and-bath basics as a decadent experience-for you or a guest.
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- Babble.com | At Home – Thu, Mar 21, 2013 3:03 PM EDT
With spring officially in full swing, you're likely searching for some new home decor to update your living space. But if you're not a big outdoorsy person, you're probably not jumping for any of the decor on store shelves. That's because so much of it is plant-based and green, and often, just tacky. Well, believe it or not, you can prime your home for the new season without sacrificing style or sophistication. I've browsed the hottest interior-design blogs on the Web, and I've pulled some on-trend pieces that surely would be fit in any en vogue home. Click through for 7 modern yet earthy decorations for your home! - By Rachelle Wilde
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- Disney Baby | At Home – Thu, Mar 21, 2013 2:24 PM EDT
Springtime is a wonderful time to have a baby... or a baby shower! This sweet shower captures spring in every way. Natalie and her friends put this party together by repurposing things (like using an old drawer to hold utensils) and adding little handmade touches to things (like adding cute paper to purchased lanterns). The best part about it is that the details from this sweet shower could be used to inspire any springtime celebration, from a wedding shower to an Easter brunch to a birthday party! Here are 8 ideas for your spring-themed celebration. - By Lacy Stroessner
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- Astrology.com Home and Garden Horoscopes | At Home – Thu, Mar 21, 2013 1:30 PM EDT
Aries (March 21 - April 19)
With some recent electronic purchases as well as your recent history of entertaining, you might want to double-check your surge protectors. Nobody wants to get off the couch during their favorite movie to switch over the breakers.
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Taurus (April 20 - May 20)
Though it may not be your style, try to avoid protesting the antlers that your housemate may have hung over the fireplace. The rest of the house has been yours to decorate and furnish -- let him have one little touch that he can call his own.
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Gemini (May 21 - June 21)
A pocket of sunlight through your curtains may make you stop in your tracks as you move through the living room. Allow the sun to warm the room, and recall how beautifully the
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