2013: Libra Overview
2013 brings you nothing short of a total rebirth, Libra. You can finally bid farewell to the heavy and austere presence of Saturn in your stars since late 2009. You have had enough lessons in love and commitment to last you a lifetime. Now you're ready to put those lessons to the test by pursuing your true calling and passion. No longer will you be satisfied with simply scratching the surface of life. You're prepared to go as deep as necessary to create something of lasting value. You want nothing less than the truth, and nothing short of profound meaning.
You'll be putting more attention and importance on finances than you have in a long time now that Saturn has moved on to your money zone. This is the year to finally work on a budget and devise sound economic strategies for increasing your income without working yourself to the bone. This is an excellent time to get out of debt as much as you possibly can so that you can save your pennies for the whirlwind of change on deck in 2013. The eclipses will rock your money sectors, so be prepared for sweeping gains and losses, and plan accordingly.
You'll continue to break out of any codependent relationship ruts with the ongoing influence of Pluto and Uranus sparring in the cosmos. You've certainly learned how important it is to value your authenticity and independence in all of your dealings with others. No longer will you fall prey to being too nice. You see how crucial it is to set your limits, draw your lines in the sand and commit without wavering. Saturn taught you to get off the fence and take a firm stand. This is how you gain respect. Your diplomacy and charm will always serve you well, but you realize now that they must be backed by the iron fist in the velvet glove.
So you went out of your way to take your tyke to see Santa in person. And now you're stuck inching along in line. You may have to be content with slow progress today, but no reason why you can't have a great time together along the way.
It's a really good time for you to help out -- people need you! Though it may be hard to get started, you should still find that things get easier if you focus on appearance and design.
Nice-looking cooking implements help make food chores a lot more pleasurable. So retire that cracked plastic colander, or use it to train vines in your garden. Buy an enamel-coated one that'll last you for decades and looks pretty, too.
Popularity has nothing to do with whether a product is right for you. Unfortunately, you've had to learn this lesson the hard way. You've spent ungodly amounts of money trying to keep up with the trends -- and it never pans out, does it? Stick to your guns, babe!