You therefore have to be very careful about money, especially as it’s the Christmas season. Your understanding of your own finances might be less than perfect, and you could spend money that you can’t reasonably afford.
Also, if you’re having financial problems – and let’s face it, many of us are – it might be difficult for you to discuss these problems. Perhaps you’ll be embarrassed at other people’s reactions. Or you’ll just be plain secretive. However in most cases it’s best to be honest and open, because if you act quickly, the most difficult problems can usually be solved.
Also, you should resist the temptation to be generous. You don’t have to buy everyone you know expensive presents, and you don’t have to splash out on lavish celebrations. I know, there’s pressure from family and friends, but it’s better to be solvent than popular.
On December 5 there’s a New Moon, in the communications sector of your solar chart. Over the following fortnight there’s a message that you’ve got to deliver. It’s a message that you’re not entirely comfortable with, but you know, in your heart of hearts, that it’s a situation that can’t be avoided. The truth must be out!
At the same time, there’s a short journey you have to go on, that in the recent past you’ve been avoiding. It seems a waste of time, but really, it’s a matter of obligation.
Also in early December, Mars moves into Capricorn. As a result of this movement, your family are going to be strongly placed and they’ll insist on getting their way. You might want to rebel, but instead you should probably listen to what they’ve got to say.
Looking at relationships, and it seems that partners and lovers will be very focused on their own agendas, almost to the point of selfishness. You’d like to complain, but there probably isn’t any point.
If you’re a single Libran then it might be best that you give your love life a miss until next year, because right now you’re unlikely to attract the right kind of person. Though if you want a partner who is strong-willed, who likes bossing you around, who has also got both feet firmly on the ground, then you might be in luck.
Right at the end of December everyone’s on edge, but if you keep your cool you might be able to take advantage of the situation.
New Year’s Eve parties could prove unnecessarily expensive. So it might be best if you stay at home. Or get someone else to pay the bills.
Copyright © 2010 Archie Dunlop
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