There Will Be No Miracles Here
The Bold World
The Career Manifesto
Bangkok Wakes to Rain
Lost Children Archive
High Vibrational Beauty
Libra, with Jupiter in your house of communication this year, it seems like quite a lot of 2019 will be spent on expression of some kind. You’ll expand your opportunities to spend time with siblings, friends, and neighbors, and set aside time for big projects if you want to. You might even be structuring your days around a creative or spiritual job. Buy Random House copy chief Benjamin Dreyer’s style guide to writing, Dreyer’s English, so you can reference it throughout 2019 and beyond.
The eclipses this year will be changing your direction in big ways. Home, family, and career are all undergoing some major evolution over the next year or so, starting in January. Casey Gerald’s acclaimed memoir There Will Be No Miracles Here can help you put things in perspective. On February 18, you begin a longer cycle of being authentic in your significant relationships. Sally Rooney’s Normal People is a good read for Valentine’s Day. Early March brings deeper revelations in a cycle of personal transformations. Add The Bold World, Jodie Patterson’s memoir of transforming family and community, to your reading list for this spring.
This summer, you’re considering changing direction again, with an emphasis on balancing both your home life and your career. Luckily, balance is your forte! You may be working in July, so Mike Steib’s The Career Manifesto will keep you going. Pitchaya Sudbanthad’s collection of linked short stories Bangkok Wakes to Rain is also a worthy summer read. Consider a vacation in August with Valeria Luiselli’s novel Lost Children Archive. In mid-September, your ruler Venus will move into your sign, helping you to look and feel great. Get inspired to rock your look with CAP Beauty founders’ guide to natural self-care, High Vibrational Beauty this fall. On December 2, Jupiter moves into Capricorn, setting you up for a big, transformative year at home. Start by decorating with Styled, Emily Henderson’s guide to interior décor, as you celebrate the holiday season and look forward to 2020.
Illustration by Kelsey Oseid from What We See in the Stars