Cindy Davis, a Libra, reads her horoscope in The Advertiser-Tribune every day.
But one she read about six months ago impacted her so deeply, she cut it out and has had it hanging on her desk.
"Know what is valuable," it states. "If you have money but not time, you are not rich. And if you have time but not money, you can still be wealthy. With a little creativity, you can find a way to have both."
The horoscope had an impact on Davis' decision to retire from The A-T. She said she works all year and gets 15 days of vacation a year to spend with her family.
"I want more moments (with my family). ... You never know when your last day is," she said.
Davis, The A-T's advertising director, is retiring, and today is her last day on the job.
Davis, a Rossford native, studied advertising at Bowling Green State University and found an opening for an advertising sales representative at The A-T after graduation. She was offered an interview, but didn't know where Tiffin was located.
"We got the map out," she said.
Davis was offered the job and started working in September 1975. About a year later, she married Lance, who retired from Tiffin Developmental Center two years ago, and they have two daughters, Jennifer and Casey.
She had several other jobs and returned to The A-T full time in 1981. She has been the advertising director since 2005.
Davis said she has some 30-year friendships at The A-T, and she mostly will miss the people at the newspaper.
She said she and her husband have a lot of projects around the house they've put off and hopefully now will get done.
Davis said they have three grandchildren now, and they hopefully will visit them more. They also will do some traveling, she said.
Publisher Chris Dixon has worked with Davis ever since he started working at The A-T 21 years ago. He had been the advertising director, and Davis took over his position when he became the publisher five years ago.
Dixon said he will miss her not only as the advertising director, but also as a friend.
He said she makes it easy to come to work every day, and she has been one of the most creative salespeople he ever has seen. He said he thinks will miss her creativity the most.
"She's organized, too," he said.
Davis' replacement is Mary Perkins, who comes to The A-T with more than 25 years of newspaper advertising experience. She was a sales representative at The A-T in the 1980s and most recently spent seven years as the publisher of Fostoria's Review Times.