“I want to be supportive and happy for her about this new relationship, but instead I have found myself feeling jealous and bitter. It has become increasingly painful for me to see her relationship progress.”
A sign of cardinal earth that is usually associated with drive, organization, and goal-setting, Capricorn season can be both busy and prosperous, a time for focusing intentions, setting strong boundaries, and clarifying our ambitions for the new calendar year.
Rather than seeing the cards in this simple spread as predictive, by leaving them open to interpretation and revisiting them throughout the year, we create space for these ideas to expand and build upon each other, allowing for growth, new perspectives, and the shifts that 2020 may bring.
Just because, let’s be honest: your workplace could use some queer witchy energy.
Because you’re gay — and maybe a host of other reasons — you and your family don’t speak. Get through it by exclusively listening to music from your parents’ era and try not to have a meltdown.
Make sure to be kind and generous to yourself, give yourself plenty of time to process all of these important feelings, and don’t rush it!
Check out this list so you don’t have to phone it in again this year by getting your 8,000 mothers another handful of flies!
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Need a ride or die bestie at work who will listen, affirm you, and help you process that recent microaggression? Turn right to your journal!
Get ready for the Capricorn season to end all Capricorn seasons. Are you ready to work?
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No matter what happens, this is a firm truth: You deserve to be seen, affirmed, and loved for exactly who you are.
After multiple seasons of refining our goals and releasing what is no longer needed, Sagittarius gives us the energy and agency to go after everything we want, to reach for those big dreams and find ways to create the kind of magic we’ve been craving.
You’re in luck — kinky sex requires nothing but two (or more) bodies and a little imagination.
When you’re queer, every career decision can have consequences for your emotional, mental, or even physical health. Planning ahead, finding support, and asking critical questions about the people and companies you’re “dating” is central to your survival.
Queered & Careered is a column that offers tips and tricks on how to navigate career development as a queer person — from job searching to career inspiration to dealing with straight nonsense in the office.
“How can I help her feel confident and in the mood again without sacrificing any more of myself?”
Scorpio season is asking us to go deep and get real. It’s time to ask the hard questions, take the big risks, and remember to take breaks and stay hydrated.
Doing something positive for the world is a constantly moving target.
Scorpio invites us to dive as deep as possible, to consider what we want and to go after it with intense focus and endless drive. For those that can navigate this energy with an open mind, there’s endless potential for understanding, connection, and learning to trust personal intuition and magic.