Seasonal Horoscope: Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

 

Welcome to the new decade, Aquarians! In this new decade, and for the rest of eternity (sorry about that), you are “the Water Bearer.” That’s right, you are absolutely drenched. Well, what do you expect when you have a dense rain cloud of everyone else’s emotions hovering right above your head at all times?! Let it go, girl! 

You’re an air sign. You already know that, though, because you breathe life into everything you do. You make it look like you know exactly what you’re doing at all times, even when you feel completely lost. It’s an enviable skill. One that I, the Sun, envy. I can see that you will continue to flourish like this throughout the rest of the season, Aquarians.

One thing that’s incredibly obvious to me is your independence. It’s almost like Destiny’s Child was singing about you when they said, “depend on no one else to give you what you want.” Yeah, that song was definitely written about you, Aquarians. 

If you find yourself experiencing the urge to run like the wind from your own emotions, run directly to the Libras and Geminis in your life. They, too, are clever and original air signs that are good shoulders to cry on. 

If you’re looking for inspiration from a fellow Aquarius then look no further than Oprah. I mean, come on, she’s OPRAH! Take a note out of her book; what could be more empowering than yelling, “You get a car! You get a car! You get a car!” to an audience full of people? Try it even if you’re not in front of an audience! What could go wrong?

All in all, things are heading upstream for you, Aquarians. Like the great Dory once said, “Just keep swimming.”

 

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