Sometimes reviving traditions of childhood can be a good thing. Read what you can expect this month from existential astrologist, Rosa Lyster.
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More stellar guidance from 10and5’s resident existential astrologist, Rosa Lyster. Read up on what’s in store for you this month.
In the final installment of Rosa and Jarred’s travel diaries, the two take a look at travel itself, and all of the annoying things that come with it.
If you ever find yourself on a remote island with nothing to do, Rosa and Jarred have just the game for you. Hint: it combines rappers and starsigns.
In Rosa Lyster’s latest installment of existential horoscopes, you’ll find out how to be more easy-going, how to be alone for a little while, why you’re so angry all of the time, and more.
Grammatically incorrect graffiti, a small yacht full of plastic babies, and a far-too-friendly pregnant cat are just a few of the strange things Rosa and Jarred have spotted in Croatia, and that’s why they love it.
Part three of Rosa and Jarred’s travel diaries sees Rosa getting a bit teary eyed over Easter. Give it a read here.
The best thing about being in a new place is not knowing what’s normal. Rosa and Jarred, through words and images, seek to find out what’s normal in Croatia and what’s just plain weird.
10and5’s resident existential astrologist Rosa Lyster and photographer Jarred Figgins are currently traveling through Croatia. Read part 1 of their travels here.
‘There is nothing quite like an Aries at full throttle. You should prepare everyone for your impact this month.’ New horoscopes by Rosa Lyster.
‘Wow, powerful.’ Find out what the stars have in store for you this month with more existential horoscopes by Rosa Lyster.
Can this world not just give it a rest? Welcome to 2017, I guess. It will pass.
You are going to feel like a real weird creep this month. Not on the outside – you look fine. On the inside though, it’s just total creeper.
Ever thought that dogs in books may be more than just cute additions? In her essay for Prufrock, Rosa Lyster gives a brief overview of the dogs in literature and the purposes they serve.
The future is what counts, this month. Nostalgia is for the weak. And don’t you think it’d be fun to look after Egyptian Geese for a living?