The Per­sonal Signs

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It’s time to com­pro­mise—not one of your fa­vorite things—and make ev­ery­one happy as much as pos­si­ble, Aries. Time to grow up a bit. Look for a Jan­uary 11th thumbs-up—or thumbs-down. You need to jug­gle fam­ily and home with busi­ness, and it prom­ises not to be easy. Fe­bru­ary brings Mer­cury ret­ro­grade on the 6th, and projects may seem stalled. Fin­ish them up be­fore mov­ing for­ward, and it may take the whole month to do it.


You are in touch with some­one from out of town who will be more than happy to as­sist you. If you’ve been moon­ing over “the one who got away,” stop moon­ing and give this per­son a call. New Year’s Day will get the ball rolling for you, Taurus, es­pe­cially in re­gard to your ca­reer. Just know that there will be a price, but you emerge vic­to­ri­ous. Fe­bru­ary brings bal­ance and the nicest, warm­est kind of ro­mance. You have been in the shad­ows with love, but now it’s time to take a stand!


As the New Year opens, your pace of life, con­ver­sa­tions and so­cial life will pick up. How­ever, there will be sev­eral tug-of-wars re­gard­ing your per­sonal money mat­ters, as well as “what’s mine and what’s yours.” Try to do this peace­fully. Fe­bru­ary brings lively chat­ter, puz­zles and in­ter­est­ing new ac­quain­tances. You may reach out to a long-dis­tance past friend­ship. Hey, who knows?


Ten­sion with you and oth­ers could be run­ning high this month, Cancer. You may have to as­sert your­self, but you’re fed up and not will­ing to back down. Well, good for you! You can’t hide your feel­ings, so take time for a se­ri­ous chat. With Fe­bru­ary comes the time to bring clo­sure to an emo­tional sit­u­a­tion in a peace­ful way. You will be able to ei­ther let go or set down some firm, non­nego­tiable rules.


You re­ally don’t want to stop par­ty­ing as the New Year opens, Leo, but work in­sists that you take care of your re­spon­si­bil­i­ties. All work and no play can make Jan­uary a dif­fi­cult month. Don’t worry, your friends won’t for­get you. You won’t be bored in Fe­bru­ary but, with Mer­cury ret­ro­grade, you may be a bit off your game. Joint re­sources may need your at­ten­tion, es­pe­cially if some­thing has been over­looked.


You will find that your friends and dear ones are more valu­able than ever as the New Year opens, Virgo. In fact, if you’re in need, you prob­a­bly won’t even have to ask. If you find that a close friend has a prob­lem, you won’t quit un­til they tell you what’s up and lis­ten to your sound Virgo ad­vice. Fe­bru­ary brings a prob­lem­atic work life, with nec­es­sary com­mu­ni­ca­tion and con­ver­sa­tions that you can no longer put off. Rest as­sured, once you’ve cleared it out, it will be over by month’s end. As for love, it’s won­der­ful and strong, and, yep, this may be it!


As the New Year opens, you have the urge to go back to school, take a long-dis­tance trip, or find another way to break your rou­tine. You’re af­ter ad­ven­ture, and you won’t want to go with­out your sweet­heart, Libra. At home there’s no non­sense, so you may need to sit down and lay out some non­nego­tiable ground rules. Be firm and don’t buckle. With Mer­cury ret­ro­grade in Fe­bru­ary, you may have to deal with a nag­ging health mat­ter, or some­one at work could find yet another way to ir­ri­tate you. Li­bras are not fond of con­fronta­tions, but some­thing needs to be done, so buck up and clear the air!


You’re al­ways so darn in­tense, Scorpio! You usu­ally are able to keep your mouth shut, but as this New Moon con­juncts Pluto, you may be a bit sur­prised at what tum­bles out of your mouth! You are in­flex­i­ble through­out Jan­uary, and the more con­vinced you are that you’re right, the less will­ing you’ll be to give an inch. Fe­bru­ary brings a re­prieve and some suc­cess at work. You are looked upon as some­one who can al­ways take charge of dis­or­ga­nized sit­u­a­tions. How­ever, you also have to have some fun and may have to re­think this job com­mit­ment.


Jan­uary brings in­ter­ac­tion and ex­cit­ing con­ver­sa­tions with your sib­lings, neigh­bors and old­est son. It’s the per­fect time to learn about your com­puter as well. You are busy man­ag­ing your re­sources, and you may have some re­quired at­ten­tion to fam­ily mat­ters. There may be a power strug­gle over money, pos­ses­sions and other re­sources. Talk to an au­thor­ity fig­ure for ad­vice. Fe­bru­ary brings ro­mance and new relationsh­ips. Some­one you’ve been see­ing ca­su­ally, and prob­a­bly se­cretly too, will bring a bit of tur­bu­lence to your world. Time to set­tle money mat­ters as well.


As Jan­uary opens, you are plan­ning a com­plete makeover, Capricorn. Time to shine a light on your phys­i­cal ap­pear­ance to the outer world. You have charisma and charm now, and are cer­tainly “get­ting no­ticed.” Watch your spend­ing this month! Fe­bru­ary brings some up­set­ting mo­ments with your daily plans once Mer­cury ret­ro­grades on the 6th. Make sure you have all of your pa­per­work and nec­es­sary items when you leave the house, and that your cell phone is charged and gas tank full.


You are shy and re­tired in Jan­uary, Aquarius. You need to recharge your bat­ter­ies af­ter hol­i­day so­cial­iz­ing. Time to spend qual­ity time alone. You love in­ter­est­ing, in­tel­lec­tual com­pan­ions, and this month you are able to find them. It may be time to up­date your com­puter sys­tem as cur­rently as pos­si­ble. Fe­bru­ary brings another Mer­cury ret­ro­grade on the 6th. Ex­pect to break tra­di­tion, change the game plan at the last minute, while al­ways keep­ing your mind open to in­fi­nite pos­si­bil­i­ties. You’ve been learn­ing to live with a lot less lately, so clean out clos­ets and draw­ers and give some stuff away to happy re­cip­i­ents.


Jan­uary brings the chance for you, Pisces, to start over in two dif­fer­ent ar­eas of your life: friend­ships and tak­ing a lead­er­ship role. Watch your health, get some quiet time, and med­i­tate daily, if pos­si­ble. Your karma’s up and you must do the right thing when it comes to friend­ships this month. If some­one needs you, re­spond to them. Just don’t go over­board, and al­ways let oth­ers make their own de­ci­sions. Fe­bru­ary brings Mer­cury ret­ro­grade in your sign. You might feel a bit dis­ori­ented and con­fused. It’s im­por­tant to ver­ify all of your facts right now. Your in­tu­ition will be ex­tra po­tent. Trust it! Born as one of two sets of iden­ti­cal twins, El­iz­a­beth Joyce has been psy­chic since birth. Named one of the World’s Great­est Psy­chics (Citadel Press, 2004) and one of The Top 100 Amer­i­can Psy­chics (2014), she is a spir­i­tual healer and gives per­sonal psy­chic read­ings world­wide. Joyce is a pro­fes­sional as­trologer, spir­i­tual coun­selor, en­ergy healer, medium and clair­voy­ant who in­ter­prets dreams and teaches the new en­er­gies of the Fifth Di­men­sion. Her TV ap­pear­ances in­clude Un­solved Mys­ter­ies, Be­yond Chance, The Psy­chic De­tec­tives and the new ca­ble show Get Psyched. Joyce’s books— Psy­chic At­tack: Are You a Vic­tim, As­cen­sion: Ac­cess­ing the Fifth Di­men­sion, As­cen­sion: Ac­cess­ing the Fifth Di­men­sion WORK­BOOK and Open­ing to Your In­tu­ition and Psy­chic Sen­si­tiv­ity (Books One and Two)— are avail­able at Ama­ and BBSRa­ Joyce founded and heads the Bucks County Meta­phys­i­cal As­so­ci­a­tion, a non­profit or­ga­ni­za­tion to ben­e­fit the char­i­ties of Bucks County, Penn­syl­va­nia. She is lo­cated in Doylestown, Penn­syl­va­nia, and Mah­wah, New Jer­sey. Check new-vi­ for rates and ser­vices. For an ap­point­ment, call 215-996-0646.

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