The new year has begun – what does your January horoscope say? Russell Grant has shared insights on love, health and money for the first month of the new decade.
Russell said: “The start of January is a good time for checking out the possibilities of changing your job.
“Although the competition will be stiff, you will emerge as a top contender if you emphasise your willingness to take advanced courses and travel extensively to land this position.
“A Lunar Eclipse on the 10th could cause you to draw a line under a creative project.
“The results will be less than satisfying.
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“Instead of dwelling on your mistakes, treat them as learning opportunities. You’ll do much better the next time around.
“Splash out on some fashionable clothes or a new hairstyle on the 13th, when you’re sure to be delighted with your new look.
“The New Moon on the 24th warns against repeating privileged or confidential information.
“You don’t want to get a reputation for being untrustworthy.
“Be practical and pragmatic about work responsibilities on the 27th; have a contingency fund ready just in case you meet with unexpected costs when working to budgets and deadlines.”
What are the personality traits of a Pisces?
Pisces personality traits
Horoscope.com has shared some insights. They said: “Smart, creative, and deeply intuitive, Pisces can be close to psychic.
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“Pisces feel things deeply, and have incredibly strong gut reactions. A Pisces ‘knows’ things from deep within, and can often judge whether a person or situation is good or bad.
“That doesn’t mean a Pisces ignores the logical part of their brain, though.
“Deeply intelligent, Pisces have a profound respect for the power of the human mind.
“Is it a surprise that Albert Einstein was a Pisces?
“Pisces are sensitive, and get along well in small groups of people. S
“ometimes, a Pisces may feel like they have an internal and external self, and they may need to spend a lot of time solo to recalibrate those two halves of themselves.
“A Pisces is rarely lonely when they are by themselves, and have an active imagination.
“Creative, Pisces love spending time reading, exploring or creating art or music, and understanding their emotions through art.”