Yearly Horoscope for 2023


Year of 2023

You look at life as one big adventure, Sagittarius. And you could reach new heights (maybe literally) in 2023. When you’re not traveling the world, however, you love to use your downtime to reflect on what your life experiences have taught you and how they can help you grow as a person.

With expansive Jupiter, your ruling planet, in patient earth sign Taurus for over half of the year (from mid-May to year’s end), a lot of your strength lies in your ability to be patient. Your challenge during this transit is to shut out distractions long enough to listen to your inner voice. There will always be something competing for your mind’s attention, but there is value now in tuning out the world and turning on your brain. 

Jupiter turns retrograde in early September and stays so until the end of December, asking you to reevaluate what it takes to keep you fulfilled. Is happiness just an abstract concept you like to believe in, or is it something you can actually attain this year? Stay tuned to the Universe for the answer.

When the sun spends time in your sign at the end of November through December, your sense of wanderlust is unrivaled. Your friends will find you either planning your next big trip or texting and video chatting them from a country far, far away. If it isn’t in your budget to head to foreign lands, Sagittarius, you can always satisfy your desire to learn by reading books and blogs, doing research online or at your local library or auditing a class.

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2023 Love

With the full life you live, Sagittarius, love can certainly get complicated quickly, but one of the keys to a happy love life in 2023 is keeping it simple. Let other signs immerse themselves in the drama. Although you will still welcome the challenges that love often brings, you’re ready for a less troublesome romantic life in the year ahead.
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2023 Work

You’d love to play all day instead of work, but, unless you’re independently wealthy, you have to work to support your fun habits. But who says your career can’t be an adventure?! In 2023, your hope is that there will be plenty of opportunities for you to use your skills in a career that doesn’t feel like a job. Is this realistic?  

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