Forecast 2013…

How many of you take horoscopes seriously? I usually don’t. In fact I never read mine unless I have a newspaper in front of me which is never. But while cruising the internet this week I stumbled upon my 2013 forecast. I ignored the LOVE forecast and went right to the CAREER forecast. Like most writers I have a day job. Some days I love my job and my coworkers and everything is all sunshine and rainbows. And some days I rather shovel dog mess than go to it. But I go to it every day. Day in and day out. And sometimes the monotony, the red tape, the silly rules get to me. Sometimes the stress from my day job interferes with my night job, my writing which has morphed out of just a hobby into a full-blown passion/obsession.

So sometimes I day-dream about shouting, “TAKE THIS JOB AND SHOVE IT!” My dream is to be able to not only survive from my writing alone but to be able to live well. I would love to be able to travel and see new places and never be confined to the few weeks off I get during the year. Over the past couple of years I’ve been truly exploring starting over somewhere new. New job. New life. New opportunities. But starting over is extremely hard. New people. New problems. New worries. (I like to think of it as a quarter life crisis.)

Of course I wonder if it’s at all worth it. And then I came across my horoscope.Which came directly Yahoo! Shine via Astrology.com.

You have been promising yourself for years that you would break out of the comfort of the familiar to pursue something more satisfying on a soul level even if it meant sacrificing the security of a paycheck. Well now is the time, Taurus. Something infinitely more gratifying is waiting for you on the other side of your current status quo, it’s just up to you to make the leap.Don’t be afraid to invest in yourself and a brighter future instead of always anticipating the rainy day. Jupiter thinks big and is not afraid to take risks if it means greater gains. Where do you need to take a chance in order to tap into greater freedom, success and possibility than you have allowed yourself in your work and career? Is it because you are afraid you won’t make money? Put those fears to the test before June, and you just might be pleasantly surprised. Plus, you’re never one without a backup plan, or two. It’s not about doing something reckless but it is about doing something deliciously daring, Taurus.

I’ve never had a horoscope be so dead on to how I was feeling. It was kind of like I wrote it myself.

Now, I’m not making any major life changes for the time being but it definitely gave me to something to think about.

I want to know for you all…

What would your horoscope say if you wrote it? It could be love related, career related, or just about life in general. Maybe if we all wrote our own horoscopes we would accomplish exactly what we wanted.

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10 thoughts on “Forecast 2013…”

  1. It sounds like big things are in store for you no matter what, Sugar. That quarter life crisis thing can make people do crazy things, for sure. But this is a great time for you in life and you have no one to be responsible for but yourself, so I say go for it! I’m a big believer in the “carpe diem” philosophy.

  2. What a great exercise for 12/31. Every writer should play this game every New Year’s Eve. What wonderful lives we might live if we all visualized ourselves into our futures. I’m creating my year of getting outdoors more, seeing more stars, being more in my body, less in my head. Day by day …

  3. Well, fellow Taurean, mine would say just that. I have a lot of changes facing me in 2013 concerning my writing. I’m not quite ready to gove up the paycheck, but maybe sooner than I think. Good luck to you in 2013!

  4. Jamie, your young students are so fortunate to be under your wings. You have dreams and goals that excite you and you pass on. Those dreams will all come true. Did you ever hear the saying, “be careful what you wish for, you could get it.” Time, only time, it does not stand still. You go girl. Happy New Year!

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