The last week of the year has arrived: there are those who have to retreat a little from the working week between the two holidays, but those who do not have much opportunity to relax. Follow the weekly horoscopes.
Gemini will be full of Christmas food by midweek, and the full moon will challenge Cancer and its opposite, Capricorn. Now Virgo does better if you don't argue, and Sagittarius does better if you do The smart man surrenders and the donkey suffers Follows his principle. The triangular light angle that causes tension also affects Pisces, but they can stay away from conflicts if they want to. The universe is now urging Libras to practice moderation: Don't eat or drink too much on New Year's Eve.
Aries Weekly Horoscope (03.21-04.20)
This is the last week of the year, surrounded by Christmas and New Year. Obviously, the water element dominates on Monday and the fire element dominates on Sunday. All of this means that intimacy reigns at Christmas and liveliness on New Year's Eve. In the middle of the week, many people take a vacation. If you can, you're also neglecting work! If not, look on the bright side as you only have to work for three days! Take care of yourself this last weekend of the year!
Taurus Weekly Horoscope (04.21-05.20.)
The super-bright Sun-Jupiter angle on Wednesday will bless your entire week. Do everything comfortably, at your own pace! There is no need to rush, because this super constellation guarantees the success of all your plans. Organizing a New Year's party on the weekend will be more frustrating than the final result. Events fall into your hands at the last minute, and you can happily toast to 2024.
Gemini Weekly Horoscope (05.21-06.21)
Depending on the planets, you'll be full of Christmas food by Tuesday. It's okay if you eat and drink more restrictively from now on. In the morning, there will be a jarring triple angle of light in the sky. Take care of yourself so you can get through the last week of the year and New Year's Eve! You can't handle yourself on the weekend and need to tell someone that they've had a big impact on you this year. Be careful not to misunderstand!