Weather takes center stage as a major storm - a blizzard of historic proportions - changes the lives and schedules of millions of people in its path - rippling out to others connected to those in affected areas. Recently, neighbors and I had commented that there had been little snow this winter, but here comes the big one. Anything over 6 inches in the city cripples transportation and with Mercury retrograde (transportation and communication) this should be interesting. Snow days are not what they used to be as assignments are posted online. I'll post pictures from Brooklyn as things develop.
Winter Storm Juno: Northeast Snowstorm Imminent; Blizzard Conditions Forecast in 7 States Weather.com - January 26, 2015
Someday you may tell your grandchildren about the Blizzard of 2015 CNN - January 26, 2015
Clients: Over the next few days, my clients are phone readings with people who live in areas not affected by the storm. Focus this month has been on career as job requirements and descriptions change from year to year and sometimes every 6 months. The patterns are the same - workers settling for less money, keeping up one's skills, shorten the resume, know where reality is headed in your field, most companies will hire someone younger for less money if they can. You have to keep reinventing yourself.
Relationships: People want functional (fictional) partners ... maybe. They want hot partners ... and that chemistry to last ... maybe. They don't want to commit ... so don't. Same issues ... taken into 2015 venues.
Election 2016: There are many people stepping up to say they would consider running for president - it's like watching old TV reruns and knowing no one will never make change. Many of these potential candidates are seniors who simple have nothing better to do.
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