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According to Our December Horoscopes, We’ll Be Closing Out 2019 With a Bang

Nicole Chiarella

Wow, what a year. For better or for worse, 2019 came at us with great speed and intensity—much like your December 2019 horoscope. If you thought 2019 was done turning the world upside-down, then you’re as wrong as that time I thought it would be smart to go drunk paddle boarding with my very non-waterproof phone, despite several explicit warnings from my friends not to.

This month’s horoscope is going to be big for all the signs. Not only will it be an end of the year wrap-up, this December horoscope will also give us insight into the new year and all of its Big Dick 2020 Energy.

The good news is that the astrological calendar for December 2019 has a lot of favorable transits, so you can plan on forward motion and good things to come in all areas of life. (Can I get a hell, yes, baby Jesus?) Back-to-back celestial luck is not something that is always abundant in our charts, so let’s enjoy it, yes?

What Astrological Transits Will Be Happening in December 2019:

Dec. 12 has a full moon in Gemini (you’re WELCOME), which will bring to life the duality in your life (work/life balance, relationship incompatibilities, etc.) and hopefully bring the closure you’re looking for.

Venus enters Aquarius on Dec. 20, leading to unconventional solutions to problems and attraction between opposing forces (like me, my lactose intolerance and holiday party cream-based dips! Pray for me).

Dec. 26 will also have its annual solar eclipse in Jupiter, signifying abundance and good luck. Plus, a new moon in Capricorn will have you taking charge of your life and creating exactly what you want. You can’t see me right now, but I’m giving the sky a chef’s kiss. Please continue.

Keeping all of this in mind, I urge all the signs to be courageous this month. Ask for more than you’re comfortable with. Understand that hearing “no” does not constitute as a personal failure, and your mental health is just as important, if not more, than trying to stick to a joyless diet.

I hope this holiday season is full of good tidings and even better food, also friendship and family (blood or found) and absolutely all of the love that this big, juicy, world has to offer.

This article was originally published on STYLECASTER.

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