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Your Monthly Horoscopes: December 2018

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Have you been met with miscommunication, unexpected travel delays, issues with technology, unaccounted for events - or a general feeling of being overwhelmed lately? Blame it on the retrograde. Mercury retrograde was back in full effect as of mid-November, and wreaked the most havoc in the signs Pisces, Sagittarius, Gemini, and Virgo.


Luckily for us, the third and final Mercury retrograde of this year is on its way out as of December 6th, and with its exit, makes room for the positive vibes from the lovely planet Jupiter to enter. Jupiter will be in its own sign of Sagittarius for the first time in 12 years and it will be influencing all of us in very good ways. Most of us will be ending the year with a bang and setting ourselves up for success in the year to come. Thus, the theme of the month is clarity.

Check out how by clicking through the gallery and learning what the month has in store for your zodiac sun sign:

Scorpio

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There's a big focus on increasing your income this month, Scorpio! But let's face it…when is that not a focus for you? In the last few months, Mercury has been wrecking havoc on your mind in the area of finances. The focus now becomes "what do I really want" when it comes to creating a satisfying career and cash flow. Every December, Scorpio has a mind geared towards clearing up anything that has been tying them up during the year and making room for the following year. But so often this has included others who may have depended on you. This year, with Jupiter making its way into its own sign ruler ship, the positivity of Jupiter has been bringing its wealth of wisdom and energy through the signs. For you, there is an intense focus on how to make your OWN way into the world. With the luck of Jupiter on your side, you will be able to forge a new path ahead that brings fortune and cash flow into your life through the coming year.

In December, you are going to start feeling much more hopeful about…well…everything! Venus is in your sign again this month in the first house. You are feeling pretty good about your image. You'll be feeling like the queen you are through healthy eating and being much more positive in general, which creates a new cycle to better your health, finances, and relationships come 2019.

In your relationship in particular, if you have been thinking about conceiving a child, this is a particularity powerful time to start or add to your family. If you are single, this is a time when you might find that a short and passionate fling might be just what the doctor ordered.

With the emphasis on your income this month, you may be seeking out new ways to bring in cash. This may be through promotion, but more than likely, it is through wise, yet immediate investments that have a quick cash turnover.

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