The Passion Paradox
Imagine It Forward
The Awkward Age
Daisy Jones & The Six
Taylor Jenkins Reid
My Tiny Atlas
The Little Book of Healthy Beauty
Palaces for the People
Scorpio, Jupiter will be spending most of 2019 in the money sector of your chart. You have an opportunity now to expand your income. Think about how you can use your talents to generate some money—it may even come to you through sheer luck. The Passion Paradox will inspire you to engage with your passions in a sustainable way at the beginning of this year. More than anything, your confidence is sure to increase, which will help you do whatever it is that matters most. Fun projects and creative self-expression could bring you luck this year, if that’s what you’re looking for. Beth Comstock’s book Imagine It Forward might give you some ideas. One word of caution: make sure you’re not having so much fun that you overspend!
At the beginning of March, you’ll officially start a longer seven-year cycle of change in your significant relationships. You got a preview of what this might look like from May through November of 2018. You’ll meet interesting people during this time. Existing friendships and partnerships will either grow or end, depending on the situation. Whatever happens, the people in your life won’t be boring, and neither will you. The Awkward Age and Daisy Jones & The Six, two fun novels about love and friendship, should be on your list for this spring.
This summer will be all about learning and growing for you, especially in July. You may find yourself traveling somewhere far away for vacation this year. Take a look at My Tiny Atlas, a collection of stunning travel photography, to ignite your jet-setting fantasies. Un-Su Kim’s thriller The Plotters is a great read for the plane. In November, a Mercury retrograde through your sign will have you reflecting on your self-image. Check out naturopathic doctor Pina LoGiudice’s The Little Book of Healthy Beauty to learn about the healthy habits that will keep you glowing. When Jupiter moves into Capricorn this December, you’ll feel like expanding your world even further. Read Palaces for the People, sociologist Eric Klinenberg’s blueprint for rebuilding a fractured society, to feed your mind over the holidays.
Illustration by Kelsey Oseid from What We See in the Stars