What You Were Supposed To Learn Between 2016 And 2018, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

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(June 22nd to July 22nd)

2016: You were supposed to let this year surprise you. This was a time of unexpected advancement for you, and some of the choices you made then would leave lasting impressions on your life for many years to come. You gained clarity and a degree of maturity you didn’t even realize you were missing. This was the year that you started to get clear on what – or who – you really want in your life.

2017: This was the year you were supposed to run, not walk, toward your goals. This was the year that you started living out your ambitions every single day. Gone are the days of pipe dreams just existing in your mind. Whether it was committing to newfound responsibility, routine, or even just making more time for what you claim to value, this was the year you challenged yourself.

2018: You are supposed to let love in. It doesn’t matter if you’re single or happily betrothed, this is the year that love takes center stage for you. Whether it is friendships, your closest romantic relationship or even just self-love, this is the year that you re-prioritize what you thought mattered and make sure that your life is focused on what really matters: the people you love, the things you love, and the work that you love, as much as you’re able to love it.

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