2014 ForecastProvided by Tarot.com - Rick Levine
2014 starts off with Mars -- the planet of drive and ambition -- amping up your work zone. In fact, this aggressive planet will be running an unusually long stint in this part of your horoscope (six months to be exact). This gives you the entire first half of the year to apply your energies wholeheartedly to your work. The new goal is to bring more beauty and creativity into every aspect of your creative process and daily rituals. You'll be amazed at how much you get done and how much drive you have to excel and accomplish more than you ever thought possible, Taurus. There may be a pause and revise phase with your projects that takes place between March and May, but after that prepare for full speed ahead until July. Expect to grow a ton in the career department. Whereas 2013 may have felt cloudy and confusing around your life's purpose, 2014 brings you one opportunity after the next to truly live out your dream and actually make money doing it.
Be sure to work the lucky influence of Jupiter in your networking and correspondence zone during the first half of 2104. You've got great fortune on your side, plus a way with words this year, Taurus. Put yourself and your message out there in a big way with Jupiter's generous backing of your words. It's best to appeal to people's feelings more than their minds under this year's watery and emotional influence. Trust your gut exclusively when making any major business decisions because your intuition is spot on this year -- especially up through July.
Saturn continues to teach you valuable lessons around the integrity of contracts in both business and love. When it comes to career, you have learned to become highly discerning with your choice of associates and allies. After more disappointing situations with colleagues and/or business partners than you care to count, you're seeing how crucial it is to align yourself with those who share your values, patience and most importantly -- your loyalty. Flaky and reckless types need not apply. What you need are partners willing to go the long haul even when the going gets tough -- just like you!