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Yesterday Was The Astrological New Year, And It Means Big Things For Your Sign

Yesterday was the spring equinox, and while you may not be a full-on practicing witch, you've probably at least heard of the term.

The spring or “vernal” equinox is actually the start of the astrological new year, which means you can finally get ready to shed those winter blues (and pounds) because the heavens are getting ready to provide a universal burst of energy.

First off, the sun is moving into the sign of Aries, which is ruled by Mars, the warrior planet of action.

Don't worry if you feel like you need a translator for that.

In normal people language, what I'm essentially saying is, you are about to feel like you can tackle any goals you've been putting off with the passion of a thousand suns.

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You're going to feel that icy winter tundra of your heart start to thaw, and for those who are single, you'll feel like you're falling in love again.

Whether that's with someone else or yourself, you'll feel it.

Those who are attached are going to feel the sexual chemistry in their relationship start to bloom all over again on or around April 15, when Venus shifts out of its retrograde and starts to go direct.

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Whatever problems you may have been having in the bedroom, or any lack of libido you've been feeling, will be back with a vengeance.

That insatiability will return to more than just your love life as well.

The astrological new year is the perfect time to sit down with a pen and paper and write down your goals.

Visualize where you want to be at this point next year because the amount of energy you'll be feeling is ripe for manifesting.

No matter what your sign is, you are bound to feel all the drama of spring motivating you as you move forward into this new season, and the life you build from this point forward will reflect that enthusiasm back to you,

Happy vernal equinox!

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Rosebud Baker is a standup comic and writer in NYC. Follow her on Twitter, where she desperately seeks the approval of strangers, but will settle for just attention.
Rosebud Baker is a standup comic and writer in NYC. Follow her on Twitter, where she desperately seeks the approval of strangers, but will settle for just attention.

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