The Myths and Realities of Psychics

The Myths and Realities of Psychics

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I have never been intrigued enough or curious enough about whatever was currently going on in my life to reach out and go to a psychic. My family has never been particular fans of them and in all honesty, I was scared of what the psychic may tell me. However, I decided I'd let go of the stigmas and fear and decided to head a psychic fair at school for shits and gigs with a friend.

Little did I know that I would leave in tears. The psychic had asked me to pick ribbons out of a bag and would read me based off of the ribbons characteristics. I have never in my life expected another person to know me so well without even knowing me at all. She had said every possible thing that I needed to hear in that moment without even knowing my name, age, major, family life, anything. That single session I had with a physic sparked my interest into the realm of the unknown and led me to find some common myths about physics that I used to believe as true.

Myth 1: Physics can read your mind

Reality: Physics can and do NOT read your mind. Their practice comes from a natural gift to feel your energy. They can feel if you are happy, sad, anxious, curious, etc. and can pinpoint what is currently going on in your life as to why you are experiencing these emotions.

Myth 2: All physics are medium

Reality: There is a bit of a difference between being read by Theresa Caputo and Matt Fraser. Physics are able to see the past, present, and future events based on a person's energy. Mediums on the contrary, are able to go beyond the physical world and communicate directly with spirits in a different realm.

Myth 3: The only professional thing about physics is their expertise in scamming

Reality: Real physics undergo years and years of training by focusing their minds to channel out all other energies and focus on their own ground energy. Skills like these take lots of practice and focus which many people don't have the patience for. A talent like physics have is demanding and provides a true career for many.

Myth 4: Physics must be right 100% of the time

Reality: Although physics have a supernatural ability to read your energy and channel that into a reading, it is not guaranteed that everything they are going to tell you is 100% correct. The job of a physic is demanding and can be both mentally and physically exhausting and requires extreme focus. At the end of the day, physics are only human and humans make mistakes.

Myth 5: Physics are going to be able to tell you when and how you die

Reality: Professionals have a code of ethics that they must follow and it normally includes not telling people about things they cannot control which includes death and tragedies. It will not benefit a person to know their "fate" and live a life of fear trying to prevent it.

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19 Things To Do On Your 19th Birthday

You only turn 19 years old once, so spend the day doing these awesome things!

Nineteen isn't a fantastic birthday. It is not your 18th birthday where you can start saying, "I'm legal," it's not your 16th birthday when you can have a Sweet 16 birthday party and it is not your 21st birthday where you can finally drink legally.

So here are 19 things that you can do to celebrate your 19th birthday and make the most of it.

1. Sleep in.

Unless you need to wake up early for something, don't set your alarm. Catch up on your sleep and relax for the morning. Enjoy waking up and not having a place to be.

2. Make yourself a nice breakfast.

You only turn 19 once, so make sure it is a good breakfast to start your day off right. Make yourself some eggs, toast, bacon and a nice cup of coffee.

3. Go get a manicure.

It is your birthday; make sure you treat yourself right! You deserve to be pampered on your birthday!

4. Go to the beach.

There is nothing better than getting some sun on your birthday! Enjoy the warm weather and the heat. Swim in the water and soak up some sun.

5. Go to an amusement park.

For those of you who like the thrill of roller coasters, an amusement park is the way to go. Ride roller coasters and eat some fried dough with your friends.

6. Have a party.

This is the most common way to celebrate your birthday. Invite friends to come over and make food. Spend your birthday surrounded by friends and family.

7. Have a bonfire.

This is what I love to do on my birthday. Surround yourself with your best friends, enjoy some s'mores and sit around the fire.

8. Go on a hike.

For the nature lovers, this is the ideal way to spend your birthday. Grab a friend and go to the Adirondack mountains and spend the day hiking.

9. Buy yourself something nice.

That pair of boots you've been staring at for the last two months or that Michael Kors wallet you've been dreaming of? It's your birthday! Go buy it. You deserve it.

10. Have a movie night.

Invite a couple friends over, make some popcorn and have movie theater candy on hand. Watch a couple movies and eat some snacks with your best friends.

11. Call up an old friend.

I'm sure that old friend has been thinking of you too, so why not give them a call? See if they want to go out and get lunch with you.

12. Buy some lottery tickets.

Who knows? Your birthday could end up being your lucky day. Maybe you'll lose all of your money, but maybe you could win some back too.

13. Go to a concert.

What is better than music on your birthday? Hopefully there will be some good music groups in town during your birthday.

14. Bake a cake.

If you love to bake, then make a birthday cake! Decorate it all specially and put your favorite colors and flavors of frosting on it.

15. Do something on your bucket list.

At one point or another, all of us have made a bucket list. Take it out and find something on your bucket list that you can cross off and complete!

16. Spend your day with family.

Enjoy your day surrounded by your family. They will know exactly what to do for the day and how to make sure your birthday is a good one.

17. Visit your favorite place.

Whether you love going to the zoo and seeing the animals, or there is a nearby city that you love going to, spend the day there.

18. Get a haircut.

It is a new year and a new you! Get a haircut!

19. Do something you love doing.

Whether you love reading or love to run, spend the day doing whatever it is you love. It is your birthday and you should spend the day doing what you love.

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Why Spring Time Is The Best Time Of The Year

With the first day of spring right around the corner, here are some reasons why spring is the best time of year!


If you are like me, you know that seasonal depression is real. I'm happiest when the weather is nice and I can explore what nature has to offer. I look to spring every year, because I know there is more to do and the extra hours of daylight makes for additional time to do my favorite things. I love to run outside, travel to nearby parks and outdoor attractions, and just enjoy the beauty and nostalgia of the outdoors.

Spring is a great time to get back in shape. There are a variety of fresh fruits and veggies that you can get at any local farmers market or grocery store to spice up your diet in the spring. Also, the gym can be monotonous after a long winter, so the start of spring brings a breath of fresh air for many outdoor fitness activities. Go for a walk or run done local trails or paths, do yoga outside, or even go go biking, hiking, or kayaking. The spring offers so many cool opportunities to become healthier.

Spring always reminds me of Easter time and Easter always makes me think of quality time spent with friends and family. Plus, I always think of baby animals and flowers blooming, two things that bring everyone joy. If you get a chance you have to visit the cherry blossom trees in Washington D.C., it is such a beautiful site. Furthermore, one of my favorite things is that first really sunny, warm day in the spring when you can open all the windows in your house and savor the start of spring.

The springtime also means that summer break is closer. After a long 8 or 9 months of school, the thought of a nice 3 month break is refreshing. Start planning your summer job, internship, or whatever you want to get into this summer, to give you some motivation to finish the semester strong.

Spring has so much to offer so prepare for the rainy days of April and the sunny days, full of flowers in May, and everything in between!

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