YOUR HOROSCOPE: Find out what the stars have in store for February

YOUR HOROSCOPE: Find out what the stars have in store for February

Monday astrologer offers her take on the coming month

Monday astrologer extraordinaire Georgia Nicols presents her predictions for February, according to the stars:

Aries (March 21-April 19)

This month, you will be more social and more involved with friends. You will deepen your existing friendships and make new friends. Many of you will be more involved with clubs, groups and professional organizations. It’s important to know that this increased involvement with others will benefit you. The stimulation of others in your life will encourage you to set future goals or change your existing goals for the future. Friendship is the bread of life! (Yeah, yeah, money is the honey.)

Georgia Nicols

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

This month the Sun is at the top of your chart. (The only time all year this occurs.) This is an auspicious time! It symbolizes a spotlight shining down on you, that is flattering! It makes you look great in the eyes of bosses, parents, teachers and VIPs. Obviously, this is a blessing from the universe. Take advantage of the situation while it lasts. This month is the perfect time to advance your agenda or make your pitch or convince others to go along with your ideas. Don’t waste this opportunity. Use it!

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

This month your life will be more exciting and stimulating! You will have chances to enjoy a change of scenery. Wherever you go will feel adventurous and different, and you will learn something new and interesting, perhaps by taking a course or studying something new and useful. Likewise, opportunities in publishing, the media, the law and medicine will also arise. Use this influence to expand your experience of the world. Do something different! Talk to new people. Learn new things!

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

This month heighten your focus on sex, money, wealth and shared assets. It will also heighten your emotions and make you feel more intensely and more passionately about everything in life. (Don’t leave home without a rose between your teeth.) This means you will enjoy expressing your physical passions, but you will also just as passionately defend your best interests in the ownership of something. Or you might defend your best interests in what you think is your fair share of an inheritance or a settlement.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)

This month the Sun is opposite your sign, which is the only time all year this occurs. Because the Sun represents energy, and it is now as far away from your sign as it gets all year, this means your energy will be diminished. You will need more sleep. This polarized position of the Sun also will increase your focus on your closest friendships and partnerships. You will see the role that they play in your life. You will see how these relationships benefit you and vice versa. In the best relationship, you are as good for your partner as he or she is for you.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

This month the Sun will be “useful” to you because it will highlight everything related to work, employment, your health and even your relationship with your pets. It will spur you to be as efficient, effective and productive as possible, particularly in your work – but also in whatever you do every day. You will make to-do lists and think of ways to catch up so that you feel you’re on top of your game. You will want to improve your health in any way you can through exercise and diet. Good luck with your makeover!

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

This month life will be easier because the Sun is in your fellow Air sign, and this is supportive to you. You will feel upbeat and freer to be yourself! You will choose to do what you want to do. Obviously, this is the perfect time to take a vacation. It’s also an excellent time to explore the arts and enjoy playful activities with kids. Grab every chance to party and have fun! Many of you will enjoy sports and be involved with the theatre, the entertainment world or the hospitality industry. The main thing is to relax and enjoy fun times with others. Lucky you!

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

This month the Sun will travel along the bottom of your chart, which draws your attention to your most personal life including your home and family. Many of you will cocoon at home more than usual because it will feel good to relax among familiar surroundings. You might be more involved with a parent. Likewise, you will be more involved with family members and important family discussions. You might entertain at home, especially with family and children. You will certainly be aware of the role that family plays in your life.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

Get ready because the pace of your days will accelerate this month! Expect to take short trips during this window of time. You will also be busy talking to many people, keeping up with a busy agenda of appointments and meetings, all the while doing more reading, writing and studying as well! However, you will love this busy pace because you will be learning something new and your energy will be pumped by seeing new places, meeting new faces and discovering new ideas! (You eat this stuff up with a spoon.)

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

This month the Sun will be in your House of Money and Possessions, which will stimulate your involvement with financial matters and cash flow. Many of you will have moneymaking ideas. You might consider a major purchase. You will also think about what you own and how to best take care of your belongings. But at a deeper level, you will survey your assets and wealth and think about what is useful to you. Do you own your stuff or does it own you? Ultimately, you might ask yourself, what really is important in life? What is most valuable?

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

The Sun will be in your sign this month. Because the Sun is your source of energy, this is your chance to recharge your batteries for the rest of the year! This is the perfect window of time to replenish and restore yourself. The Sun will also attract people to you – all kinds of people – and likewise, it will attract favourable situations to you. Obviously, because of these “apparently random” opportunities that present themselves to you, you will have a chance to make headway and to move forward in the direction that you want. Make the most of this!

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)

Because your birthday is a month away, this month, the Sun is “hiding”, waiting in the wings before it sails out centre stage in full Pisces regalia! Therefore, February is a time of introspection and contemplation. Take time to make goals because this will benefit you. When you define some goals, this helps you to make decisions in the future. It keeps you on track. Goals give you purpose and confidence. You feel reassured because you have a plan. “We’re off to see the wizard!”

Find more at georgianicols.com.

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