Isn’t it great being a Gemini? All that charm, that mental flexiblity, that ability to see both sides of the issue… you are the wonders of the Zodiac. Take a bow.
Of course, you probably knew that the Universe didn’t hand you a V8 Twin with dual exhaust just so you can sit in the driveway. The last few years have likely been crazy times in your love life, and in your closest relationships in general. It’s probably been all racetrack, no finish line for you. The good news here is that Pluto — the planet that most enjoys testing your nerves — is finally moving out of Sagittarius this January, which is your Seventh House of close relationships…
(Be a dear and phone ahead and warn Cancer, would you?)
…and into your Eight House, which rules (among other things) sex and Other People’s Money. I know you didn’t want to hear that, but the truth is that it’s time for some real changes. Think back to the last three or four years of your relationships. What have you learned? What have you endured? Likely a lot in both cases. Being aware of this will give you the perspective to handle the upcoming period of changes with the flexibility we’ve come to expect from you. The fluctuations really start hitting in January and February, and (as fluctuations go) it’s likely to have a good feeling, at least at first. Just remember: whether it’s an investment plan or a bedmate we’re talking about, take the time to read the fine print… otherwise you’ll find yourself wondering what the hell you’ve signed yourself up for, come April and May.
If it’s new romance you’re looking for, get ready to put the moves on someone next March and April.
Most Geminis need to keep an eye on some solid, old-fashioned, boring details… eating properly, getting enough rest, and that sort of thing. I know that doesn’t sound very exciting, but be particularly cautious around those details of daily living in June and July. I know you like overtaxing yourself… just be careful. You’ve probably let a few departments of your life slide this spring, and when the inspiration comes to tackle these things you might be at risk of burn-out. December is also traditionally “party season,” and no party is complete without a few Geminis around. But all my naggy warnings about routine, being careful, et cetera are doubled for the second half of December. In your case, that means I’ve warned you four times… which is probably enough. Maybe.
Oh, never mind. I forgot who I was talking to there, for a minute. Just go have a good time, let the Capricorns do the driving for you, and Merry Hangover!
September looks to be a fantastic time to get your thoughts and feelings out in a more organized, effective form.
The ongoing work/career uncertainty is likely to be ongoing throughout the year. My advice? Warm up the resume and start sending it out in November and December. Most experts would tell you those are weak times to be looking for a job. I say: you’re a Gemini. You can be your OWN expert if you put your mind to it. If you are looking for a more creative endeavour, or plan on going out on a limb and shooting for self-employment, make the effort in February and March.
I know better than to tell you (or any Gemini) what to do with your life. Just sit back, take in everything I’ve said, and let it all percolate. Then you can re-word it how you like and take full credit for the profound insights yourself. And, of course, I’ll let you away with it. I’m such a sucker for that eye-batting Gemini charm…