Gemini (May 20 – June 20):
As the new year kicks off, you probably have one thing on your mind: Money. A powerful Full Moon on January 1 activates a Grand Water Trine in all areas of your finances and career. Dream big for 2018, and you never know what might manifest with this kind of start! Have you created a vision board for 2018? If not, set aside time early in the month to do this. Rituals like this help solidify your intentions through symbolic representation. They help make your dreams and goals a reality.
At the beginning of the month, try not to let busy work overwhelm you. You have extra motivation to achieve success, but you do not need to let your health suffer. Find balance by getting proper rest. This is especially true on January 6. Here’s a tip: If you start to feel overwhelmed or anxious, take a 30-minute break before those emotions escalate. Change your perspective by stepping away from your usual work environment. Try taking a walk or doing some light yoga, or you could even work from a coffee shop. Small shifts make a big difference.
On January 9, you could receive news about an investment opportunity, loan, inheritance, or line of credit. Probe deeper and do your research. This could be a goldmine, but you need to read the fine print. You might want to wait until the New Moon on January 16 to move forward just to give yourself enough time to seek advice and guidance. If you are forming any new business partnerships at this time, consult with a legal representative to fine-tune any contracts. As a free-spirited Gemini, you want to ensure you have some flexibility to change your mind without repercussions.
On January 17, Venus moves into compatible Aquarius, signaling a time of adventure and romantic connection. This could inspire you to take a romantic getaway with your special someone later in the month, even if only for a couple of days. If you are single, you may meet a long-distance connection. Let go of expectations and have fun. When Mars enters your opposite sign on January 26, you and your partner may have a few challenging conversations. Trust this is part of a growth phase, and you will make it through. Try not to take criticisms personally, and remember that having fun is good preventative medicine.