Things You Were Supposed To Learn Between 2018 And 2020, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

Things You Were Supposed To Learn Between 2016 And 2018, Based On Your Zodiac Sign


(March 21st to April 19th)

2018: You were supposed to differentiate what you want from what you think the world wants from you. This was a year of self-discovery, one that had you challenging and questioning a lot of things that you’d previously been accepting as fact. You did a lot of soul-searching this year, and came out on the other end with some pivotal realizations.

2019: You were supposed to dive off the high board. When you knew what needed to change you went for it – and probably head first. This was the year in which you experienced radical change and saw a world that was beyond what you’d ever conceived of before. All of this new understanding brought a change in perspective, and a welcome one at that.

2020: This is the year you decide what you want to do from here on out. This is the year that you get clear on some of the big, lingering question marks that still exist in your life. You’ll regain your clarity and focus in work and in love, and you’ll get ready to start deepening those roots come 2019.



(April 20th to May 21st)

2018: You were supposed to reinvent something. Whether that was a home remodel, a career shift, or even just a reconsideration of who your innermost friend group is, what really changed this year was your self-image. There were parts of yourself you’ve needed to accept for a long time, and other parts of your potential that had been latent until now. This was the year to do what had not been done before.

2019: You were supposed to learn boundaries. Yes, you’re a social creature (even if you’re inherently introverted, Tauruses thrive in their “tribe”). Despite this, 2017 was a year to learn what it means to say “no,” what it means to speak up when you need to speak up, what it means to not fear being disliked in favor of exhausting yourself to the point of total depletion.

2020: This is the year the tides turn for the shore. After so many months of uncertainty, newness and soul-searching, this is the year that you start to find some reprieve. Venus is center stage all year long, and your personal relationships and business ventures receive sparkling luck because of it.



(May 22nd to June 21st)

2018: You were supposed to embrace changes at home. This year ruled everything with your closest family members, and this was a time for you to confront new challenges with vigor and to find within them grace. You’d spent the last few years very much focused on yourself and your work, but something drew your attention to what really matters: giving your time and energy to those closest to you.

2019: You were supposed to see who your real friends are. You’d spent so much of the last few years trying to cater to people who sometimes didn’t seem like they really cared all that much in return, and 2017 brought complete clarity as to who you should really be spending your time with. This was a year to make amends, reinvent your social calendar, and redistribute your time and energy to people and things that brought you joy in return.

2020: You are supposed to embrace that project you’ve been dreaming of forever. With everything starting to settle into a new kind of normalcy on the homefront, this year will be all about stepping past your comfort zone and building something for yourself. There’s a reason you’d been feeling so much stagnancy and discomfort at times – something was telling you that you’re meant to do greater things than you can currently conceive of. This is the year to take the first step.



(June 22nd to July 22nd)

2018: You were supposed to let this year surprise you. This was a time of unexpected advancement for you, and some of the choices you made then would leave lasting impressions on your life for many years to come. You gained clarity and a degree of maturity you didn’t even realize you were missing. This was the year that you started to get clear on what – or who – you really want in your life.

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