You know someone secretly thinks you're too traditional in your tastes. Then prepare to have some fun, as you watch the look on their face change, and change again. You'll want to peruse specialty shops and boutiques that carry absolutely nothing they'd ever expect you to be remotely interested in, much less make a purchase in. Just don't get too carried away with the plastic. This, too, shall pass.
CapricornDec 22 – Jan 19
Anything is possible on Monday with a little perseverance. You just need to dig in and stick to your plans to make things happen as the week begins. On Tuesday and Wednesday, your amazing proficiency for planning continues to save the day, and others will be impressed and amazed by how much you're able to get done. On Thursday and Friday, you might want to switch things up a little – try some spontaneous solutions and ad hoc approaches to the problems at hand. This weekend, make close connections with others. Use your charm and creativity to communicate clearly.
Your home planet of Saturn is usually forward focused and ready to go, but because it will be in a retrograde cycle this whole month, you’ll feel a definite slowdown in normal daily activity. Spend your downtime wisely devising strategies and methods that will help you increase productivity once things are up and running at a normal pace.
A solar eclipse coincides with a new moon in Cancer on the twelfth, bringing a time of self-focus. Deeply personal issues will come to the forefront now, and your heightened sensitivity could cause you to take things out of context. Surround yourself with loved ones who clearly have your best interests at heart.
A helpful trine between Venus and Saturn retrograde on July 14 is a relationship stabilizer, and you should finally be able to cement certain issues that you’ve been questioning lately. You’re happy when everything comes together like you always envisioned it would.
The moon spends time in your determined sign on July 25 and July 26, and you’re focused on getting what you want. You may not get any help from the people around you, but you barely notice. You’re used to initiating projects, finishing them, and doing every job in between, so why should this be any different?