“Mercury is the planet closest to our Sun and moves very quickly,” Nordhaus-Bike explained. “Three times a year, it appears to slow down and then move backwards in the sky. Although it’s not actually moving in reverse direction, it looks like it is, and this phenomenon is called ‘Mercury retrograde.’
Mercury will be retrograde when the season changes June 21—bringing summer to the northern hemisphere and winter to the southern hemisphere. “That makes this particular Mercury retrograde a great time to ease into the new season,” Nordhaus-Bike added. “Simply slowing down and re-thinking what’s most important at home and in our communications can help us all enjoy the new season and make the most of its weather and other special beauties and pleasures.”
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More About Anne Nordhaus-Bike:
Anne Nordhaus-Bike is president of ANB Communications, a Chicago, IL-based art and communications company offering writing, astrology, art, and multimedia “to help you live in harmony, both at work and at home,” Nordhaus-Bike said. The author of the award-winning Living in Harmony astrology column for the Gazette newspaper in Chicago, she has won several journalism awards and in 1997 was added to the "Wall of Fame" of the National Women's Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls, NY.
Nordhaus-Bike focuses on practical yet inspiring astrology, particularly for business and the workplace, including tips for time management and work relationships. A popular public speaker and radio guest, she frequently appears on Frank Fontana's show on WGN Radio AM 720, based in Chicago, to discuss astrology. She has spoken multiple times on astrological principles to Morgan Stanley investors and most recently was the keynote speaker at an astrology and art presentation co-sponsored by Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs.
A business owner, Nordhaus-Bike founded ANB Communications in 1993. Her business and financial outlooks on 2014 recently were quoted in the article “Is There a Raise in Your Future?” on DailyWorth.com at http://www.dailyworth.com/
She is the author of the astrology and art book Follow the Sun: A Simple Way to Use Astrology for Living in Harmony, which offers a timeless, annual guide to using astrology for living in harmony with yourself, others, and nature. Follow the Sun reviews each astrological sign, shares simple yet powerful ideas for making the most of that sign’s energies and opportunities, and shows how a public figure born under that Sun sign expressed its energies. See http://www.youtube.com/
Nordhaus-Bike also is an expert on communicating how astrology and art can help anyone easily improve his or her surroundings, design more effective home decor, and tap spirituality to live in tune with nature and the seasons. She is an award-winning artist and web designer and a multiple award-winning writer on astrology and art. Visit her self-designed, award-winning website, http://www.anbcommunications.com, to enjoy colorful art, inspirational yet practical writing and videos, and uplifting astrology.
Nordhaus-Bike also is the editor-in-chief of the award-winning online astrology and art newsletter, Living In Harmony. Through her spiritual fusion consultations, she provides uplifting information and guidance to help clients harmonize and balance life on the physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual levels.
An accomplished musician and theatrical performer, in the past few years Nordhaus-Bike has focused her work in the performing arts on spiritual and mystical subjects and themes inspired by nature. Most recently, she has begun arranging and composing music and combining it with spoken word, photography, and visual art. Her work has been recognized with seven Apex awards from Communications Concepts Inc., a Washington, DC-area communication and journalism think tank, and one award from the Illinois Woman’s Press Association.
Nordhaus-Bike is an alumna of the University of Chicago and lives in the Clearing/Garfield Ridge community of Chicago. For more information, go to www.anbcommunications.com, call (312) 622-6029, or e-mail email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.