You’ve been thinking a lot, not that you’ve shared that with anyone, Taurus. And in these thoughts, you’ve realized some things about yourself – things you may not have known before and things you didn’t want to know before. But now that you know these things, you can’t un-know them. 2014 is a year of revelation, a year when you start to understand everything.
While you may not have the answer to life, the universe, and everything when you’re done with 2014, you will, Taurus, know more about your own life, where it should go, and what needs to happen next.
One of the best qualities of a Taurus is that they are singularly focused when they find a path they want to follow. This is a good thing, and in 2013, you were clearly wrapped up in a new path, one that you didn’t realize was going to work out as well as it did. While this has been good for your job security, it may not have been balanced with your personal life. Think about whether this needs to change – or not.
You want to do it all at times, and this is a great quality when you’re aiming for success. But when you’re looking for stability and balance, you need to get picky about how you spend your time. Think about how you might remove certain things from your plate, helping you remember what’s important. Even if you’re doing a lot of things that are exciting, think more about what’s your true calling. You already know of a few things that don’t meet that definition. And you don’t have to drop them immediately. You can ease into this transition.
The relationship sector isn’t necessarily hard for you, but it might be a good idea to think about whether you’ve given as much as you’ve gotten. Certainly, no relationship is perfect, but you sometimes forget that others need some support too. Try reaching out more often to those around you to see if they need something only you can provide. Some folks in your life have been waiting to hear from you and they’ve been waiting for the ‘old’ you to come back into the world.
You have an outstanding ability to see and to understand how people relate to each other. Sometimes you keep these observations to yourself, and sometimes you don’t. Instead of keeping your ideas to yourself, start thinking about how you can help others. You may be the person that has the answers another person in your life needs. But when you’re not connecting with others, you can’t see just how much influence you can have – or how many lives you can actually change.
While you’ve had some health bumps in the past few years, you’re getting back to normalcy. You’re not struggling with your health anymore, as you’ve found a way to support your health. At the same time, you know that you tend to move toward unhealthy habits when you’re tired or stressed, so start thinking about ways you can get more rest. This might include a nap on the weekends or getting to bed earlier. Or you might just want to think about how you can do less so you’re expending less energy.
In addition, make sure you’re drinking enough water and not just increasing your energy with caffeine. Though coffee and tea are great beverages to add to your day, when you begin to rely on them, you will increase your body’s risk of getting overworked – and sick. Think about switching to decaffeinated versions of your favorite drinks.
No matter where you’re at with your life right now, 2014 is going to push you into a new attitude of revelation. No, it’s not about navel gazing or about getting in touch with your inner child. What you do need to do is to take time to think about what you’re doing and how you’re doing it. Be honest with yourself and use some of the great advice that you give to others. You’re worth the time and the attention.