One of the best parts of diving into a good piece of fiction is when you discover a character that truly inspires you and reminds you of the incredible things that humans are capable of.
Pisces-Aries (3/17-3/23): You’re somehow whimsical and focused.
“The very small things are very important because that’s what you have over time. So do nice things for each other and say thanks and be kind to each other. These things absolutely, absolutely, absolutely add up. The big things are important too, but I would argue that these little things are actually more important in the end.”
Aries: You fall back in love with your life by opening your eyes to opportunities that you would typically overlook. Anything that’s loud, exciting, or invigorating will always catch your eye, but you truly ‘wake back up’ when you remember that joy and thrill can be found even in the little things.
Aries (March 21st to April 19th) You get over an almost-relationship by saying ‘yes’ to everything. You’ve always found energy, joy, and comfort from trying new things, so the way that you slowly heal from the not-quite-significant-other who broke your heart is…
You feel more vulnerable than you ever have before. But only because you’ve found someone who knows you and understands you more deeply and more profoundly than anyone else ever has.
Settle for being just as proud of your failures as you are of your accomplishments, because failures are scars that say, “I’m someone who tries things.”
You know that even though you’re going to miss this place terribly and painfully, you are still going to be okay. You’re not going to live in the past or obsess over how great life used to be. Instead, you’re going to treasure this time here and be thankful for the person it turned you into, and then you’re going to enter the real world and keep living your life just as wholeheartedly as you did here.
Taurus: You master your twenties by figuring out who you are outside of the relationships you have.
“I lost thirty-seven pounds. It was definitely a vanity thing, but it went deeper than that too. I wanted to be able to move without getting out of breath, to feel not disgusting after every meal, and to feel like I was taking care of myself long term.”