What the Zodiac Has in Store: Your March 2019 Horoscope

It’s a definite change of pace from our February 2019 horoscopes as we continue in our zodiac charts for March 2019. As we enter into the spring season, new growth is inevitable. It may be as painful as a bikini wax or as satisfying as peeling plastic wrap off new electronics — my advice for all signs: Surrender and let go. Leaning into inevitable change and things we cannot control ensures we manifest what the universe actually has in store. When you spend time fixating on that new relationship, job, friendship, house or financial windfall, tunnel vision can distort small opportunities and make you less receptive to creative thinking and problem-solving. Soak in some Pisces energy this month to try to jump-start your brain. Without mixing too many metaphors (my blood is 98 percent caffeine at this point, and I can literally smell colors), if you fight the tide you are sure to drown. Trust is your life preserver. You already have the answers and exactly what you need. Soon, it’ll be time to implement.

But growth and blossoming isn’t all March has in store. Happy birthday to Pisces and Aries, whose ambitious natures will influence all signs this month. Dedicate some time to your career and/or schooling this month. For now, learning to love the process of work is the best thing you can do for your long-term happiness and success. You’ll get where you need to be, but not without grinding really hard and learning what you need to be happy. This month also has some groovy love energy, so wear your strappiest red heels and/or grab your Solo cup and make merry with some cuties. It’s a fallacy that growth happens in a vacuum. You can love yourself and others simultaneously — and you might be surprised how much one feeds the other.

As we enter into spring, remember to be gentle and forgiving with yourself. Take your time, go slow, smell the flowers. Something wonderful is blooming.

If your monthly horoscope doesn’t resonate, be sure to check your rising sign.

 

Originally posted on StyleCaster.

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