Nov. 22–Dec. 21
Rejoice. Your faith in the future goes nova, with good reason. Build on past accomplishments and set lofty new goals. The full moon sheds light on a current relationship.
Oct. 23–Nov. 21
Explore Widening your scope helps you pinpoint fresh career options; it’s time to send out feelers. Give in to your wanderlust, but don’t travel during the last week of the month.
Sept. 23–Oct. 22
Flaunt it It’s a good time to invest in your wardrobe, because you’re being eyed for a promotion. Things are about to get hot, in both good ways and bad.
Aug. 23–Sept. 22
Deliberate Your heart is at home, but your mind is on the job (and a big decision you need to make). An ex reaches out around New Year’s Eve. Now what?
July 23–Aug. 22
Celebrate This could be your most jubilant holiday ever. Believe in yourself and in miracles, because that dream job (you know which one) might be yours by year’s end.
June 21–July 22
Create Your innate inventiveness makes you the life of the party—and helps defuse family squabbles. Meanwhile, a hot new romance cools into something more comfortable.
May 21–June 20
Breathe Crucial career and family decisions mean this already busy season is even more hectic than usual. Make time for romance after the 21st.
April 20–May 20
Bond Stay close to home this month. You’re in glorious sync with everyone around you, especially your partner. A proposal is possible.
March 21–April 19
Take charge Make the first move in matters of the heart. At work, however, look before you leap: Impatience could land you in limbo.
Feb. 19–March 20
Stay grounded. Be cautiously optimistic when it comes to romance and job offers. One area in which you should go all out? Celebrating the season.
Jan. 20–Feb. 18
Give thanks Your love life is about to hit a high note, and your social calendar is packed. But don’t skimp on sleep: Bring your A-game to the office and it will be noticed.
Dec. 22–Jan. 19
Luxuriate Just because the pace is less frantic, doesn’t mean you aren’t making progress. Enjoy as much downtime as possible with loved ones (both new and old).
Photography: Getty Images (Cyrus), iStock (Horse).
Photo Illustration: Michael Li Preti.
Editor: Maureen Halushak.