Sagittarius June 2016 Horoscope

by ParentCo. June 02, 2016

Sagittarius (November 21 - December 21): You know what you’re good at? Choosing friends. You have the nicest friends. Funny, smart, skillful, honest.

Your friends are good people and they love to be with you, because you’re good people. You’re loyal, you’re thoughtful, and you’re one helluva a good teacher. The best teachers never stop learning, and your hunger for new information and deeper understanding is insatiable.

Your kids have learned this from you. They know that life requires skill, and skill requires practice. And every damn thing is a practice, isn’t it? Exhausting sometimes, yes, but life-giving.

Venus — that loving goddess — is cruising through the Gemini fun house with her squad, the Sun and Mercury. Oh, and the moon is on her way. You know what this means? It means June is a fine time for romance. You love someone? Love them more. Got a crush? Crush harder. It’ll come right back at you, and you are deserving. Ugh. You hate that word, don’t you? Too bad, little Sagi-boo, because it’s true.

Let it in. Let it all in.




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