Libra Daily Horoscope – November 21 2020

Yasmin Boland
·2-min read

Venus is the planet of love

Venus is the planet of love and she is changing signs, moving from luscious Libra into sexy Scorpio. So what does that mean for you? Well, where Venus goes, love – or issues to do with love – follow.

Where Venus is for you now

Venus is now moving through your second house of cash, property and possessions. On the one hand, you do need to watch yourself, if you know you have a tendency to spend more than you should. You could find yourself feeling very flush now – but be sure you can cover your basic expenses before you go lashing out cash on something which has taken your fancy but which you maybe should be hesitating over. Your tastes might be more expensive than usual but before you give into your desires, double check with your accountant or whoever else is likely to go “Tsk tsk” if and when you spend up big on things you don’t really need! The up side of this Venus cycle is that you can expect more financial opportunities to come your way. Keep your eyes peeled and you could find the period lucrative. Also use this four-week period as a chance to work on your self-esteem. Don’t just think about that – do it. Start by making a list of what you know is Uniquely Wonderful about you. Seriously. Then ask your best friend what he/she thinks is Uniquely Wonderful about you. Try it.

Just when you thought that 2020 was nearly over…

Just when you thought that 2020 had given all it has to give, along comes some last-minute extraordinary astrology which could change everything all over again.
For one thing, we are moving into another eclipse season. There are going to be two eclipses; one will be a Full Moon eclipse on November 30; the other a New Moon eclipse on December 14.
Add to this the fact that in mid-December, two of the major planets, lucky Jupiter and serious Saturn, are changing signs. This is going to affect everyone in different ways, depending on their star sign or rising sign.
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