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For those who believe in astrology, one's Saturn Return is the period somewhere between the ages of 29-32 where Saturn is in the same place it was when you were born, and is said to shake up your shit in a serious way — or like, "teach you lessons," or whatever. It's a time of transition and growth, often painful growth, the kind that involves moving on from things you're ready to let go of: people, jobs, habits, beliefs, cities, countries, haircuts, whatever. Those members of the team who have reached or passed through their Saturn Return are here to share the good, bad and the ugly about getting through it.
Heather, Managing Editor
This is the first time I've ever heard of a Saturn Return and so I looked it up and: Hahahahaha! For my Saturn return, I quit my steady office job in the only field I was qualified to work in (accounting), came out to everyone I'd been too afraid to tell I'm gay, left church forever in a righteous huff, flew to Lon...
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