You’ve been blessed in the past few years, Gemini, to not have to work too hard for anything. Certainly, there have been times when you’ve had to focus at the task at hand, but it’s been so simple for you that you’ve begun to wonder if your life would continue to be as easy as it’s been in the past.
The trick with settling into things being simple and easy is that you can forget how it is to work hard. And you may have created some bad habits for yourself in the meantime. While this might not hurt you for now, you will want to get yourself back on a path of discipline if you want to do more or achieve more in your life. It’s time to start getting organized so you can have even more fun in times to come.
Things have been going your way for a while now, Gemini. Though you realized you were on the easy path, that doesn’t mean you don’t have to work hard. In fact, 2014 is a year when you will need to work harder than ever. You need to start finding some discipline in your life, so that you can achieve the goals you are so much closer to achieving.
If you’re not sure what discipline looks like for you, you may want to try out a few different tactics. First, it can help to write down all of the things you do in a day and then see how you’re spending your time. You may find you’re wasting your time on things that aren’t important to you. In addition, it can help for you to focus on doing things that will help you manage your time more easily. This might include getting and using a calendar and figuring out how many hours you want to spend on certain activities in your life. This will help you stay on track with your work goals – as well as life goals.
The fickle way that you have approached love and relationships in your life is not something that will change overnight. In fact, it might take all year to finally come to terms with what you want and what you’re willing to have. If you’re not sure what this means, Gemini, that’s okay. Stop and look around you this year to see what types of relationships you have in your life and start asking yourself if you want those to change. (Hint: you probably do.)
Let’s not discount the people you already have in your life. You may not need or want to change the relationships you have with them. Instead, it might be time to think about how you can be more consistent in your interactions. If the other person doesn’t like the person you’re becoming or they don't want to support changes you want to make, it might be time to think about whether this relationship serves either of you.
The more you look in the mirror, the more you realize how tired you are. Though you may be getting enough sleep, the more you run around without a plan, the more it can exhaust your body and your mind. This year might be a good time to focus more on how you can help your body be healthier and rejuvenated. It might be as simple as trying to get more sleep every night, or it might be as complicated as getting to the doctor to see if your body needs additional support.
At the least, think about the habits you have right now that take away your energy. This might include habits like drinking, smoking, staying out too late, eating junk foods, etc. Consider whether you are willing to continue these habits and feel unwell, or if you need to make some serious changes.
Though 2014 might seem like the year when you need to do more work than play, realize that the results will be well worth your time and energy. The more you focus on what needs to be done, the easier it will be for the good stuff to keep coming your way.