Monday, November 29, 2010
Sunday, November 28, 2010
Eight of Pentacles
What is my greatest emotional block, trauma from the past that prevents me from moving forward?
When this card represents the primary emotional block or issue from the past limiting self-growth, there is an indication that I have not learned to express my emotions. I want to start new life, but lack of ambition and contrasting emotion are the obstacle.
Five of Swords
How has my emotional block affected my past relationships?
My inability to express my emotions has caused me be hit by looses of any potential friends, and boyfriends and discouraged me from forming personal bonds. This is a time of agony, but only I can can get myself out of it. I feel confused about why the crisis occurred, but deep down I already aware of the reason. I just don't want to face them.
How is my emotional block currently affecting my personal relationships with others in the present?
I am struggling to gain my own in emotional struggle. As a result, I am experiencing an upsurge from my inner, instinctive nature that is calling upon me to pay careful attention to my own needs and not put my ambitions on the back burner in order to attend to the demands of others. It is a time of travail, but I will eventually overcome the difficulties and come out on top.
Five of Cups
What new things about myself can be learned from this exploration?
I will learn that I am not my past.
Nine of Cups
What actions, emotional or otherwise, can I take to get past my emotional blocks to encourage growth and self-healing?
I need to go to college, start dating again, and stop eating sugary foods.
Five of Pentacles
What is the guiding spiritual lesson I have learned through this exploration?
I have learned to ignore my emotions and instincts.
Saturday, November 27, 2010
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Thursday, November 25, 2010
Find yourself constantly seeking sanity? Stress can impact your physical and emotional health
It’s 10 o’clock and you don’t know where your life is. You haven’t been sleeping well, and you’ve got a major presentation at work first thing in the morning. Your mother called two hours ago and can’t find hAer hearing aid (that’s the second time today), your daughter’s got a bad cold, and your husband thinks the two of you are growing apart. And you feel like you hit the wall weeks ago.
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Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Monday, November 22, 2010
Start counting the number of social media websites you have a profile with, right now. Out of fingers yet? Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and YouTube are just the start of it – for people active on social websites, you could have several dozen social media profiles, half of them using a really old picture of you. Heck, some of them probably have inboxes filled with strange messages from some girl named “Leota” who wants you to visit her sexy singles website.
The first step is to exactly know where you have a social media profile and where you do not. Start by checking with Check User Names, which will search dozens of popular social media websites to see if your username is active. Check any you normally use. If any don’t ring any bells, see if it’s yours or if somebody already owns.Read more at mashable.com
Thursday, November 18, 2010
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Thursday, November 4, 2010
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Friday, October 29, 2010
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Saturday, October 23, 2010
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One lucky OK! reader will be able to tune into Millionaire daily on a brand new Samsung 22” LCD HDTV. Plus, take home a Millionaire branded Calculator, Mug, Pen and T-shirt!
The new season of Millionaire just kicked off and its a real game-changer! From the very first question, you’ll see more strategy, more unpredictability and more excitement! Plus, they introduced a new lifeline, and the road to a million is going to get a bit shorter.Read more at www.okmagazine.com
I am so glad that I don't use iTunes.
Hackers have developed a new and clever scam that targets legitimate Apple
iTunes subscribers, then drains their bank account.
Researchers say that the fake and outrageously high bill is enough to raise the ire of legitimate iTunes subscribers. The reason for this is that most people are likely to take action when seeing an
"incorrect amount" appear on their bill.
The attack vector uses Adobe Flash, which is a technology that Apple refuses to use for its alleged security weaknesses. Panda Labs released a statement explaining the infection process:
Read more at www.infopackets.com
Phishing has become a major problem for security companies in recent weeks, with users of the popular social network LinkedIn being the targets of a similar attack
these past few weeks. (Source: scmagazineus.com)
Viruses get their name because, like human diseases, they can spread and multiply quickly. Now, Microsoft believes some of the tactics used to protect public health should be applied to the world of technology.
He likens one solution to the way schools and workplaces either encourage sick people to stay at home, or even ban them from coming in for fear that they might infect others. In turn, he argues that there's a need to "evaluate the health of consumer devices before granting them unfettered access to the Internet or other critical resources."
While the idea makes sense, Charney acknowledges that there are some majorRead more at www.infopackets.com
Not very surprising considering that add-ons slow down IE.
Despite the fact that the Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) beta accounts for 0.25 per cent of the current global usage share during the second half of September, the overall share for Internet Explorer managed to slide by three-quarters of a percentage point.
As of October 1st, Microsoft's IE browsers accounted for 59.7 per cent of all browsers in current use around the world. This now stands as the lowest figure ever recorded for Internet Explorer
and, worse yet, Microsoft has somehow managed to erase any gains that the browser managed to make
this past summer.
Seemingly, the only bit of good news Microsoft can take from the month of September is that IE8 continued to experience small gains, withRead more at www.infopackets.com
the total number of IE8 browsers currently in use rising to 29.1 per cent.
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
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Monday, October 4, 2010
The first refusal was because she wasn't occupying the property. She had written the bank in advance letting them know she had to move and the date when she was planning to move back, but bank just decided to pretend they had no idea.
Well we will see what they do after my mothers appointment with the lawyer.
Sunday, October 3, 2010
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The NIH will soon begin a large, prospective study to examine the health effects of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, particularly among the paid workers and volunteers who helped clean up the mess and had the most exposure to oil and dispersants.
Everyone who agrees to participate will complete a telephone interview detailing their experience with the oil spill and their current health.
Of particular interest to the researchers are cancer and respiratory, cardiovascular, hematologic, dermatologic, neurologic, reproductive, immunologic, and renal problems. Mental health will be evaluated as well.
With the Gulf communities still recovering from the catastrophe, it's good to see that any health issues will be addressed. Let's just hope the money is there to take care of any that arise.Read more at www.medpagetoday.com
A virtual tour of the Museum of Art and Design's newest exhibition, dedicated to all the surprising ways artists are using paper today.