Read your sign’s 2023 horoscope to see what’s in store for you this year, or check out the Aquarius personality profile.
Welcome to your Aquarius December 2023 horoscope. Your first star assignment may cause an eye roll, but we swear it’s worth it. Are you up for some networking, water-bearer? You pretend to be shy, but you secretly know how to work a room better than a Leo. At the end of November, the stars hinted at opportunities and success. Unfortunately, we have to give you the usual caveat about the economy (it can be stronger than your horoscope). But, with that in mind, take pleasure in knowing that on Monday, December 2, Venus, ruler of wealth, enters your 10th House of Social Status. In this unpredictable economy, sharpening your networking skills can’t hurt. So while balancing enough rest to keep your sanity, say yes to holiday parties not just for the fun but also for the potential connections they could bring.
The hazy planet Neptune goes direct in its home sign of Pisces on Wednesday, December 6, affecting your 2nd House of Possessions. This transit brings clarity, especially around your finances and relationships. What do money and emotions have in common? Well, astrologically speaking, you own both of them. It’s a good time to start thinking about your New Year’s resolutions, focusing on both material and emotional security. And at the risk of sounding like a motivational speaker, even if you can’t control the economy, you can control how you choose to view the world. As cringe as the holiday season can be, on your own terms, it’s not a bad time of year to decide to notice how loved you are.
Just remember to give that feeling back. You’re supposed to be the humanitarian of the zodiac, remember, Aquarius? If you can’t fix the world, you can at least start by giving back to your friend group. Tuesday, December 12, brings a new moon in Sagittarius, lighting up your 11th House of Friendship, a perfect occasion to hang with friends. However, Mercury also goes retrograde on the same day, so be mindful of potential communication mishaps and plan for possible delays. And, because everyone has various familial obligations and plans, not to mention traffic can be horrid this time of year, in the spirit of giving, act gracious if anyone shows up super late to a dinner with friends.
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