Why You Should Put The Wine Down And Stop Drinking For A While (Based On Your Zodiac)

Why You Should Put The Wine Down And Stop Drinking For A While (Based On Your Zodiac)

Aries

Because alcohol isn’t helping you solve any problems, it’s only helping you run from them for a while.

Taurus

Because drinking isn’t going to take your loneliness away.

Gemini

Because, despite what you think, alcohol doesn’t make you more likable.

Cancer

Because you aren’t the best version of yourself when you’re drunk.

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Leo

Because alcohol is expensive and you could use the extra money right now.

Virgo

Because hangovers suck — and they waste your entire day.

Libra

Because you need to start prioritizing your physical and mental health.

Scorpio

Because you can have just as much fun sober (and will actually remember it the next day).

Sagittarius

Because you don’t want to drunk text your ex and ruin all the progress you’ve made.

Capricorn

Because drinking isn’t going to numb your pain.

Aquarius

Because you can learn to grow more confident without the help of alcohol.

Pisces

Because you’re going to be drinking more than enough once the holidays come around. Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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January Nelson is a writer, editor, and dreamer. She writes about astrology, games, love, relationships, and entertainment. January graduated with an English and Literature degree from Columbia University.

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