Reading Horoscopes are quite entertaining but I tell you, don’t give 100 percent of your faith on what it says. Remember, we all make our decisions and our lives are not to be based on some horoscope that we get to read on the newspaper everyday.
Read more for the Overview of Aries for the year 2005 (Year of the Rooster) and you might get more interested on the Career and the Love parts here. Hehe.
OVERVIEW: As the year begins, Aries, your focus will quickly shift from play to work — hard work. After the 10th of January, in fact, it will be tough to talk you into doing anything other than putting your nose to the grindstone. You’ll be able to reach your goals more easily, though, so it will be well worth your time and energy to put everything else aside — for now, at least. Once March arrives, however, you’ll be far more interested in taking care of your health and appearance — and you’ll do a great job of it, too.
A solar eclipse in early April will make this a birthday month to remember, and if you’re single, this astral equation could also indicate a new relationship. Keep your eyes open after the 14th of April for someone who’s extremely sensual and quite focused — on you! Be sure they’re not too focused, though. You know how you get when you feel smothered.
Summer will be an entirely different story. By July, you’ll be enjoying lots of freedom, travel and new experiences. Keep your passport current and your suitcases handy. The full Moon of August 19th will also bring along a chance for you to start a new hobby — the kind that could put you in touch with someone new, exciting and just fiery enough to keep you interested. Don’t pass this one up! Both the hobby and the new person could be exactly what you’ve been waiting for.
By fall, you may be thinking of making a major career move — one that’s entirely possible. After the 17th of October, you may also be making your way along a whole new relationship path. Either way — or both ways, perhaps — you’ll enjoy this new start, and so will those who choose to accompany you. The holidays look just wonderful, full of lots of good feelings and lots of surprises under the mistletoe. A new Moon on New Year’s Eve will put you in the mood to get back to business after weeks of festivities. Go for it!
CAREER: There’s no need for New Year’s resolutions this time around — you’ll be totally driven to get the job done as soon as 2005 kicks in. Friends might have a hard time pulling you away from your job (or your job search, if that’s where you’re at), but it will all be worth it as you make unbelievably swift progress. The cycle draws to a close on March 4th — schedule a vacation soon after, or people might start to think you’re a robot. Your reputation will actually soar if you take time off.
Lunar madness may strike around your birthday, so be ready for some serious rethinking about your feelings vis-a-vis work and your place in the world. It’s an excellent time to jump ship and cast in your lot with a new boss — or go freelance, if that’s your dream. Immediately after Tax Day is the best time to start something new, but you’ll do fine at just about any point.
You may have felt somewhat constricted early in the year, but as July rolls around you’ll start to stretch out and explore your new territory. Business travel is a definite possibility through the summer, as is a sudden increase in responsibilities. The middle of August will bring you a new opportunity that will be exciting, but not completely unexpected. Jump on it, no matter how happy you are — the ride will be exhausting but fulfilling, and your resume will suddenly look ten times more appealing to employers.
You might feel like settling into a routine for the autumn, but that’s not likely to happen. Your dynamic style will attract attention from on high during the week before Halloween, and you might shift career tracks within the same business or industry. Don’t worry — you’ll have plenty of say in the matter. The winter holidays will treat you well, and you should expect a good bonus for the year’s efforts. You might feel a little restless and itching for a return to a normal schedule by the end of the year, though.
LOVE: Your personal New Year brings a renewed sense of purpose and lots of high energy after a minor bump on the 13th. Take all those sparks and translate them directly into romance around January 15th. Couples make interesting new sparks now, while singletons can find someone to warm their heart for the rest of the winter. Your perseverance in the love department pays off in a lovely way right around Valentine’s Day, with something (or is it someone?) you’ve longed for landing right in your lap.
A completely stellar weekend’s in store for you beginning March 11th, so plan hot dates with new prospects or weekend getaways with your sweetheart. Relationships you begin or reinvest in now have especially high chances of blooming amazingly this spring. But between March 19th and April 12th, Mercury’s retrograde in your very own sign, meaning (like everyone else) you’ll need to watch your tongue (and email and text messages) with love interests. But what’s it mean especially for you? You’ll be afforded an unusual opportunity for introspection — your true inner self and heartfelt desires are revealed, if you just take the time to look within.
From mid-April and through the summer, you can take your love life pretty much anywhere you want it to go. Be bold and you’ll be rewarded. Singles who risk a big romantic move around May 5th or 6th can hardly go wrong, and the coupled up can take their relationship to the next level. If you miss this opportunity, your passionate powers of persuasion are on fire again the weekend of June 10th. July promises singles a rollicking good time, while those romantically entangled will enjoy leading their significant (or not-so-significant) other into all sorts of new adventures. And the hot days of August bring hot romance — particularly right around the middle of the month.
The falling leaves bring a reevaluation of your romantic path, and that’s not at all a bad thing. Mid-September’s the right time to either plant deeper emotional roots or pull up and move on; let intuition be your guide. Then someone entirely, spectacularly new can surprise you after October 17th, or you can surprise yourself with fresh inspiration in an existing bond. November’s sprinkled with romantic goodies hidden in the burgeoning holiday bustle, and the weekend of December 9th is all about you (and whomever else you choose to include). End the year with your romantic karma in mind — what you do from December 24th into 2006 will influence your love life dramatically.