Sagittarius Forecast for December 2020
(November 22 – December 21)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, SADGE! December is a crazy month for the Archer. You’ve had a decent year for earning (better than years past, in spite of expenses), and this month opens with a formal conflict or disagreement that requires negotiation. You do have higher-ups at your back on this matter—or perhaps this is a situation that requires review of paperwork behind-the-scenes. In any case, you’re in a bit of a vulnerable position, though you do appear to have backup resources.
The first week of December offers some quiet time to focus on your goals. A work matter comes to a head toward the 7th but remains inconclusive just yet. December 10th poses a situation that has potential to pay off, even if it doesn’t look like much on the surface. This could also be a friend who puts in a good word for you anonymously. December 11th presents a surge of physical energy or a sporting event of note. December 13th, communications are still unclear regarding work and home matters both.
December 14th marks this year’s last Solar Eclipse that extends well into the New Year, and it suggests that you could be between a rock and a hard place due to a steep expense through a young male or hasty action taken earlier this year. This person put in a heroic effort but was denied advancement or sidelined at work due to some back room dealings…or at least that was the aim.
It looks as if a domestic or real estate matter is developing or a situation with a family member that needs tending to. Pay attention to plumbing matters and do the routine smoke detector battery check. Apart from this, the positive picture developing during this time gives you an energetic boost through physical and social activity. Maybe you’re at the point where you’re feeling like fun is a good idea and don’t mind the cost, if it gives you some cheer to close the year!
The big news is the week of December 17th through the 23rd, which will be an eventful one in terms of headlines…. For The Archer, you’re winding up what has been 2.5 years of budgeting and scrimping and feeling like you have but two pennies to rub together in spite of earning a decent sum. Now is the time when you land new work or a boost in pay or a work benefit from something that you probably didn’t consider before.
How well you’ve handled events of this year determines the benefits that come your way. A sibling or a family member may require your focus at this time. Think back to events of this past March 2020, as local travel and communications not to mention your schedule start to adapt to the new disruptions. Take care with what you communicate, especially if in haste, because it could be taken the wrong way. This could also pertain to an important document or news that arrives out of the blue from a coworker.
Refrain from taking any big risks in the days just before the holidays. Though the enthusiasm is there, so is the expense and tendency to leap before looking. The week of the 25th offers a work benefit or a gig opportunity. Sometimes this reflects a media appearance in connection with the work that you do, in such a way that boosts the bottom line via the PR.
2020 concludes with a two-week trend that extends into January with the theme of a bill coming due, though all appears to be covered through work pensions or something like a tax a reimbursement. I wish I could write something more jolly, but the truth is, all the signs are a bit winded from events of this past year and feeling circumspect about What’s To Come. It’s completely normal to think about where you were at this time last year and what you might have hoped to accomplish before life was thrown into the air—or this could be a feeling of vague unease or lack of clarity regarding a situation at home.
This site features a monthly horoscope for readers written by Julia, a practicing, New York City-based astrologer with over 20 years of experience.
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