2012: Libra Overview
Although many have secretly been dreading the arrival of 2012, you've personally been looking forward to it. That's because karmic taskmaster Saturn has been doing a number on your life over the past two-plus years. Relationship lessons have been relentless throughout this time. If you haven't made important decisions about where to commit - and where to quit - these are your final months to do so. Don't wait another 30 years to get clear on what you truly want in your relationships. You'll be in the throes of Saturn's testing until October, when it moves into your neighboring sign, Scorpio. Consider this your final exam!
Jupiter will be in its fellow Venus-ruled sign of Taurus, making a magical aspect to your stars for a good portion of 2012. Jupiter's lucky presence in your sector of sexuality, transformation and other people's money brings every material and emotional resource you could ever want or need. You'll have no problem attracting the proper support to fund your current or future projects. This is also the year for coming into your true power by transforming all the dead weight of your past. Change looks good on you, Libra. You've been shedding layers of karma, and now you're about to reap the wonders of renewal.
World travel beckons in 2012, so pack your bags! The spring-summer eclipse patterns activate your travel sector in May and June, and Venus is in your travel sector between April and August. During the retrograde phase in May and June, you may want to be lay low or avoid more intricate itineraries. Mars will be spending the entire first half of the year in your sector of sleep, unconscious processes and dreams. This could create some inner turbulence (if not all-out insomnia) if you don't give yourself enough expressive and physical outlets. As always, it's about finding balance, Libra.
The pleasantly productive trend continues for the first part of the day, so make the most of it. Later, you may find that you need to let go of some of your little one's stuff. You don't want them to take that frayed blankie with them to college, do you?
Someone you've been trying to attract for quite some time is finally paying attention to you. It may not be a romantic thing, but it's a sure bet that this is going to be very good for you!
It's time to find a better alternative to boxed mac and cheese. Yes, a bowl of pasta is filling, economical and easy, but you need to eat well to do well. Organic whole wheat pasta, freshly grated Parmesan and peas make a good grown-up version of this dish.
Lavish some attention (and yummy lotions and potions) on your life's partners, from sweeties to coworkers to best buds. An aromatherapy candle in the conference room or an evening of his-and-hers masks would be perfect!