December Horoscopes

By Fluff Editorial, December 1, 2020

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Reflect on this.

2020 has been a year, and in its last month, we invite you to reflect on some specific things, according to the stars. Take it or leave it, double down on it, or let it support the direction you were already heading in.

“Admire the beauty of others, without questioning your own.”


“What stories are you perpetuating?”

Have you been carrying a narrative with you that no longer feels true? Could you simply drop the story? Leave the fairytale? Face reality?


“So many books, so little time”

Are you reading too much or too little? What was the last piece of content you consumed? If it were the last thing you were to read, would it make you happy? Set a goal for next year, how many books would you like to read? Spend time with paper. A $10, second-hand find could be the best investment you make.


“You deserve good things, and I want to be one of them.”

Are you running towards or away from someone who you know is good for you?


“The things that excite you are not random. They are connected to your purpose. Follow them.”

What would happen if you only said yes to things that make you smile?


“Don’t waste your love on somebody who doesn’t value it.”

Compliments are nice. Being grateful is humbling. You are a reflection of the 5 people you spend the most time with. What does that say about you?


“You will find that it is necessary to let things go; simply for the reason that they are heavy.”

Stop trying to understand what’s holding you back and instead surrender to the fact. Perhaps you are the obstacle in front of your path. What if you just relaxed?


“Life is too short for toxic people. Spend less time worrying about them and more time worrying about yourself. You’re more.”

You are the only person you can change. Your response. Your actions. Words create worlds.


“Please hold on.”

Technology has warped our senses and perspective. Good things take time. Patience and persistence will serve you in the long run.


“What are your dreams telling you.”

Write them down. Connect the dots. Find the keys.


“I want to feel my life while I’m in it.”

Don’t worry about the future. Be here now. Don’t think about the past. Be here now. How do you feel in this moment, reading this, right now?


“Love yourself for everything you are, for everything you have been, and for everything you are becoming.”

There’s a reason they call it growing pains.


“Sometimes doing what’s best for you won’t feel the best.”

Find comfort in discomfort. Know the answers lie in the unknown. These are the places that scare you. Face your fears.

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