Horoscopes: see what could lie ahead for you in March

Horoscopes: see what could lie ahead for you in March

Georgia Nicols presents her reading of the stars for the coming month

Your horosocopes for March 2019, courtesy of Georgia Nicols:

Aries (March 21-April 19)

As you can see, your personal year is coming to an end. Why not use this time before your birthday to think about what you want for your new year ahead? Some people love to set goals while others hate to make a commitment for fear of failure. But hey, studies show that clearly defined goals with deadlines improve your chances of achieving success. Hint: We both know you will travel this year and perhaps get further education to prepare for next year when you will shine!

Georgia Nicols

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

Your future is bright and promising! Fiery Mars is in your sign boosting your energy, drive and enthusiasm. This will help you to accomplish much! Make the most of this favourable influence because it comes only once every two years. You are more popular this month! You will be more involved with others, especially younger people. You might also have more interactions with clubs and organizations. This is an excellent month to define some goals and begin to actively pursue them. Ideas?

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

This month the Sun is at the top of your chart casting a flattering spotlight on you. (This happens only once a year, so use it to your advantage!) This flattering lighting makes bosses and parents see you as capable and talented, even if you don’t do anything special. Yep, good lighting is everything! If you have an idea about how to boost your income with a raise or a promotion, this is the month to act! Make your pitch! You might also get funding, help and favours from others. People will endorse you and give you financial assistance. Bring it on!

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

You want to travel and explore this month because you want stimulation and adventure! It’s also a great time to take a course or a workshop. Keep in mind that this is your year to improve your job or get a better job! It’s also your year to improve your health. Your physical health can affect your mental well being, and your mental well being can get a nice lift if you learn more and find new ways to be delighted with the world around you. When you change the way you look at the world, it changes, too.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)

This month you’re ambitious to get things done – and you will because a triple combo of Mars, Venus and Saturn will push you to work hard. Fortunately, coworkers will be supportive. Focus on taxes, debt, shared property, insurance issues, wills and estates. Discussions about these matters will take place and you will have strong opinions. Incidentally, your sex drive is amped as well. (But who has time to keep a diary of all these juicy details?) Financial matters might come to a head early this month.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

This month the Sun is opposite your sign, which symbolically speaking means it is as far away from your sign as it gets all year. Since the Sun is your source of energy, this means you will need more sleep. (Go to bed.) This placement of the Sun plus Mercury opposite your sign as well, will promote discussions with those who are close to you. Now is the time to clarify issues. Fun getaways and vacations look promising! Why not have it all?

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

Roll up your sleeves because you’re busy! You have an agenda plus you want to refine your techniques and reorganize your life to make it run more smoothly. You don’t want to waste your time. You want as much free time as possible to fun instead of working with less efficiency, which means working more for less results. Step one is to de-clutter your home or your office, which is a wise idea because more than any other sign, you are affected by your surroundings.

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

This month promises pleasure and fun-filled times at sports events and social outings. Enjoy schmoozing, especially in a flirtatious way. Grab a vacation because you want to have a good time and the freedom to do your own thing! You will also appreciate your surroundings more than usual and realize just how much love there is in your daily world. Nevertheless, with fiery Mars opposite your sign, you must be patient with those who are closest to you.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

This month you cannot ignore home and family. Many of you will be more involved than usual with a parent. You might also attend to home repairs. Family discussions are on the menu; plus you yourself will want to cocoon more at home and relax. Having said that, fiery Mars will give you lots of energy to work; and Venus might give you a raise. It will certainly encourage you to spend money on beautiful things and activities that please you.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

Brace yourself for a fast-paced, busy month full of short trips, errands, appointments plus more time spent with siblings, relatives and neighbours. Of course, you want to be free to do your own thing, which is why you will explore romance and fun times. Make note that this is an excellent time to buy wardrobe items for yourself. Do this because you care about the image you project on your world. According to Mark Twain, “Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society.”

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

Take stock of what you own. Do you own your belongings – or do they own you? Because you want greater control of your life through your money and possessions, you might buy or acquire things to get better organized. You might also want to show something off because you’re pleased and proud of it. You can think of ways to boost your earnings; and yet, at the same time, you might feel possessive about what you have. “My precious!”

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)

This month is all about you dear Pisces because the Sun is in your sign. This literally attracts people and favourable situations to you, which gives you an advantage. Since this happens only once a year – use this! The Sun will boost your energy and make you feel invigorated and give you a great need to express yourself. This is the one time of year when your first duty is to yourself, and if you don’t fulfill that duty – you will be of little use to anyone. E-nuff said.


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