WHAHt's Written In Your Stars: Pisces

Where my water babies at? We’re diving into Pisces season. Ruled by dreamy Neptune, mysterious and compassionate Pisces possesses an inner light and otherworldly wisdom that infuses their lives with an encHAHnted quality. As the twelfth and final sign of the zodiac, Pisces babes are highly evolved and self-aware, and this imaginative water sign finds themselves constantly overflowing with ideas and creativity.

Driven by intuition and emotion rather than logic, Pisceans relate deeply to the water that rules their sign. They are easily adaptable and able to go with the flow, although their introspective nature can often lead them to swim in deep waters that can occasionally turn dark and stormy. Compassionate Pisces makes for an ideal bestie, with an effortless kindness and generosity that runs deep, and they are adept at picking up vibes and intuiting the undercurrents of social situations. They’ve got your back, and they’re always there with a smile when you need it. They are the most tolerant and least judgmental of all the signs, and they are almost always able to turn the other cheek.

Ruled by Neptune, the spiritual sign of the sea, Pisces babes see the world through rose-tinted glasses, with an easygoing and dreamy nature that keeps people gravitating towards them. They have a unique vision and a great deal of empathy and emotional intelligence, which often translates into artistic talent, especially in the form of a connection to music. 

Pisceans are loyal and gentle lovers, and at their core, they are deeply drawn to romance. Their passion knows no bounds, and its important for this sweet and sensitive water sign to have a strong and real connection in their partnerships, although rest assured it will never be boring. They are quick to open up and caring to a fault, often putting the needs of others in front of their own (keep that self care game strong, Pisces babes). 

HAHppy birthday Pisces! Here’s to making a splash today and everyday!

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