Words by Anna Day (saw a TEDTalk on astronomy once?)
Aug 23 – Sept 22
“Whatever you lack in talent, you make up for in confidence.”
Fake it ‘til you make it, Virgo.
Sept 23 – Oct 22
“If I have to choose between one evil and another, then I prefer not to choose at all.”
Porque no los dos?
Oct 23 – Nov 21
“You can’t outrun destiny just because you’re terrified of it.”
But you can sure as hell try. Now’s the time to get working on your speed off the mark.
Nov 22 – Dec 21
“You need a nap!”
Pluto has popped up in your zone so now is the time to sleep and sleep well.
Dec 22 – Jan 19
“It’s like ordering a pie and finding it has no filling.”
Expect some disappointing news. It will likely make you hungry.
Jan 20 – Feb 18
“There is not a person alive who does not look in the mirror and see some deformity…except or us.”
Venus is in your quarter this month, Aquarius. And she told me to tell you that if you’ve got, flaunt it.
Feb 19 – Mar 20
“I love the way you just sit in a corner and brood.”
Taking up mindfulness can do wonders for your health. You should try it Pisces.
Mar 21 – Apr 19
“I hate to break it to you, but that ship has sailed, wrecked, and sunk to the bottom of the ocean.”
If you find yourself lamenting lost opportunities, you can always take a trip to the seaside. Just make sure you don’t get washed up.
Apr 20 – May 20
“Chaos is the same as it’s always been. Humans just adapted better.”
Life is chaos. Chaos is life. Embrace the only certainty in life and watch yourself thrive.
May 21 – June 20
Geralt is right, Gemini. Now is not the time to be investing in Japanese currency.
Jun 21 – July 22
“Respect doesn’t make history.”
But it does get the dishes done. Think of others this coming month, you angsty, little crab.
Jul 23 – Aug 22
“In the face of the inevitable, good leaders should always choose mercy.”
It’s likely you’ll have to face a challenging test soon; it’s either leaving the last slice of pizza for someone else or taking the wheel and parallel parking for a friend. We see you Leo and we love you.
This piece was originally published in Edition 36 of Verse. View it in its original PDF form via ISSUU.