Your 2020 forecast: Sagittarius (Nov 22 - Dec 21)

Tiffany Haddish. Photo by Rich Fury/FilmMagic
Tiffany Haddish. Photo by Rich Fury/FilmMagic

Here is your forecast for 2020: Click on your star sign


There may be some wake-up calls and reality checks to contend with in the area of finances in 2020. If you have been living “above your means,” you may find yourself being tested by life circumstances that may push you back down to ground level to make sure your foundations are secure and strong enough to build on. 

The eclipses on 10/1 as well as 21/6 and 5/7 may be highlighted times to transform this energy and find solutions that can help you to rise above the challenges that you may need to work through this year.You have the chance to attract more money this year, but there are holes to fill first, so avoid the temptation to splurge on instant gratification.

The fortune that comes your way in 2020 is the stepping stone you need to pay off a chunk of your debt, boost your confidence and direct your focus on authentic career choices that add value to your life and to those around you. 

There are chances in 2020 to really up your financial game and bring home the booty. Relationships come under the spotlight around May –June (particularly over the eclipse date of 5/6) which may push you to relook at something or tie up loose ends that may have been pending and stopping you from being able to move forward more independently.

In relationships, in September – November you may find you need to reassess something related to matters linked to children, pregnancy or sex. It is also a chance to go back to a past creative project or opportunity that you may have shelved. By renovating this project, you can breathe new life into it and possibly take it to the next level. Consider the option of online work. This may mean that you need to do a few courses in 2020, but by 2021 you are then ready to move forward on a whole new level.

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