Your 2020 forecast: Scorpio (Oct 23 - 21 Nov)

Tracee Ellis Ross. Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage
Tracee Ellis Ross. Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage

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


The key relationships in your life are going through changes. This may result in making some important decisions based on home and family matters.

This could be the chance to relocate, move, renovate or change a few ground structures in your lifestyle. Communication and information are emphasised.

It can be an important year to get your writing work finalised and published. There may also be some legal dealings that need to be resolved. Brush up on important information that may be relevant and helpful in future changes or decisions you are going to make. 

Financial matters from the past may come to the surface. It is a good time to work through past financial mistakes, get the debt settled, pay back loans or get paid back by others that may have borrowed from you. 

Other areas of focus for 2020 are: The chance to upgrade your communication devices to help you with some ambitious work you may be busy with. You may teach or take part in an online course that can boost your credentials and give you new information to work with. 

There may be some uncomfortable dealings with siblings or school-related matters that need attention. Try to keep a healthy regime to maintain the balance, because 2020 can be quite stressful and can result in health issues from the past coming back to bite you (most probably later in the year between Sep – Nov) if you are not paying attention to the physical or emotional warning signs.

Stick to the middle path as much as you can. You may also feel the need to reassess your daily rhythm later in the year (September –December) if you have too much on your plate. You may resort to re-employing someone to help you with your work over that period. 

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