HOROSCOPES – Georgia Nichols

The year ahead: your stars 2015

Aries (March 21-April 19)

Although you will explore vacations, love affairs, romance, creative opportunities and fun times with children in 2015, you will also start to prepare for a career peak that occurs in 2018-2019. Therefore, you have to ask yourself what you need to do to get performance ready? Will further schooling, formal education or training help you? Late this year, and next year, your job scene will so improve! Oh yeah!

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

Because relationships have been challenged for the last two years, you can breathe easier in the coming year, because things will be settled one way or the other. However, it does appear you will receive less from your partner or from other sources. This forces you to stand on your own two feet. Meanwhile, family, home and real estate look fantastic! Late in 2015-2016, a wonderful vacation awaits you!

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

It means something when Saturn moves opposite your sign. The last time this occurred was from 1985 until 1988. This is by no means a bad thing. Saturn opposite your sign represents a culmination of past efforts. You will definitely begin to get recognition for much of what you have done since 2008. You might get kudos, acknowledgment and a promotion. Fortunately, Jupiter will boost your joy and optimism this year. Gotta have hope.

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

It’s time to roll up your sleeves and get busy, because you are entering a three-year window where you will work hard. Really hard. But this will be your choice. No doubt, it is triggered by the fact that you see ways of making money now, and you are so right. Make hay while the Sun shines! Please keep in mind that no matter how hard you work (and even you feel overwhelmed) you can do this. Keep the faith. Increased earnings and an overall increase in your assets will be all the encouragement you need.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)

Life will get easier for you because Saturn has moved into your fellow Fire Sign. This means you are no longer fighting the energy of Saturn. Au contraire. Saturn will now start to help you for the next few years. Yay! From your point of view, life will seem to run more smoothly, and whatever you do will just work out. But that’s because Saturn is in the background, removing obstacles and giving you the energy to work.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

Your primary focus in the year ahead will be to establish a firm base for yourself in the world. So this will mean you might move, yet again, or at the very least, you will do repairs to where you now live. Family, especially a parent, might become an increased responsibility in the coming year as well. But hey – lucky Jupiter will return to your sign in August to stay for a whole year bringing you wonderful good fortune and increased confidence and poise. You’re laughing!

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

Well, there’s a strong likelihood that in the next two years, you will either have a change of residence or a change of jobs or both. So start thinking about what this might mean for you. This continues to be a very popular year for you. Your interactions with others will benefit you, so by all means, join clubs, groups, associations or classes. Share your hopes and dreams for the future with others because their feedback will also benefit you.

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

You begin this year with lucky Jupiter at the top of your chart. Jupiter can only travel across the top of your chart once every 12 years, which means it will happen about four times in your adult working life. This is a rare opportunity! It’s your chance to promote your career and make a name for yourself. Many of you will get promotions, kudos, accolades – whatever. Meanwhile, you want to know that in 2015 your assets and possessions are helping you – not dragging you down. You can do this.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

This is a dramatic shift for you right now as Saturn moves into your sign. It means you’re starting a whole new 30-year transit. The last time this happened in your life was late 1985 and 1986. It’s exciting! This means you’re entering a whole new sandbox. The coming year might be so radically different for you, that you will actually change your daily wardrobe. Meanwhile, travel opportunities and chances to explore new avenues in publishing, the media, medicine, the law and higher education abound!

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

The year 2015 is a fortuitous time for you because you can benefit from the wealth and resources of others with an inheritance or money back from the government. It’s an excellent time to get a loan or a mortgage from a bank. You might also benefit indirectly through your partner. Meanwhile, you’re entering a three-year window of time, where you will begin to streamline your life and dismantle much of what you created and acquired since 2003. Whatever is no longer meaningful to you – will go.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

Marriages, close friendships and professional partnerships will be a source of joy and benefit to you in 2015. Work with others. Form working units. Consult experts. People will benefit you. Naturally, it also means that close relationships will be more joyful and mutually generous. Meanwhile, your success continues to be strong. In fact, your greatest challenge will be to learn how to take time for yourself, and not try to be all things to all people all the time. After all, you count, too.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)

This is a stellar year that you are heading into, because it promises marvelous job opportunities. You will improve your existing job, get better working conditions, get a better boss, or just get a better job! Work-related travel is also likely. In addition, you’re coming to a point in your life – and this is in a 30-year cycle – where it is a time of harvest for you. This means that all the seeds that you have planted, certainly since 2008, and really, since 2001, are now coming to fruition.

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