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Love, Fun, And Money. The 3 Areas Gemini's Will Find Wild Success In For 2021

by Rick Martinez 2 months ago in astronomy

Get ready to vibrate higher Gemini, your month is full of promise

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I was never much of a Zodiac sign person until very recently.

It's been a year of downs and ups...then ups and downs. A topsy-turvy rollercoaster that nobody could have predicted. While I won't mention that global pandemic thing, the truth is we all have a little damp spot on our futures.

Or do we?

As the year rolls by and Gemini season begins, it's time to get ready for everything that will be happening this next month, whether it's romance-related, good luck, or pure entertainment.

Just because there's this global thing going on doesn't mean we can't have a crazy, fun, productive Gemini season.

So let me tell you all about...

Gemini - The Social Twins.

Of course, yours truly is also a Gemini. So in a way, I'm not only sharing what lies ahead for Geminis as a whole but maybe predicting what the future has in store for me as well.

So this better be good!

The third sign in the zodiac is Gemini, who are born between May 21 and June 21. The ruling planet of this sign is Mercury, which means that Geminis are likely very fast, intelligent, adaptable, and curious. The flip-side is that we can also be shallow, sneaky, a bit anxious, fickle, indecisive, and restless.

I mean, I can't lie, am I right? We have great traits. And some, well, not so great.

All that being said, Gemini is the most versatile zodiac sign in the entire world. We are intelligent, charming, witty, and incredibly open-minded, which is why we're so popular with others.

Geminis tend to be indecisive sometimes, but even when they lack focus, their charm always wins out!

But what does this mean for their future? Gemini's horoscope predicts that these individuals will have a wonderful life - there are hardly any flaws in this forecast. However, Geminis should keep in mind that it would be best not to start a relationship until October because Mercury retrograde will mess things up otherwise. If you want some advice about how to use your talents wisely and make money effortlessly, then let's dig in.

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Romance in your future

Why is Gemini the third sign? Why does everyone always think that they can tell us what to do? We're not indecisive, weak-minded, or undecided about our romantic future - we just like options!

Geminis are known for having a lot of them in their relationships. Options, I mean. And believe me, if it's too good to be true, then it usually is.

While some people might find this confusing, others may see this as an opportunity to explore possibilities without fear of commitment. But don't worry, my fellow Gemini; there will still be time for marriage and family later on in life. After all, you're only young once. So go ahead and enjoy your summer because soon enough, the cold weather will set in and, before you know it, a dry spell.

So don't get too attached to any single person this season because it seems like after this initial spark wears off with them, you start looking around for someone else- or something else- to shake things up with. And then when they turn out just about as good (if not better) than your last fling? Well, now you've got two people on your mind instead of just one!

Outlook: Love is in the air

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What we're really like

The personality traits of a Gemini are unique indeed. No one zodiac sign can be called the "better half."

We are not overly emotional people - which might make us seem cold at first glance. However, when you really get to know us, you'll find that we have a plethora of emotions and feelings - it's just that Geminis are rather laid-back people who don't wear our heart on their sleeve.

It's been said we are lighthearted and flexible individuals who adapt to any situation with ease. In fact, Gemini is the first sign in the zodiac to be able to withstand change without fear. We make the perfect summer party friends because we're ready to roll at the mention of a margarita.

When we feel comfortable in an environment, we do really open up - so if you want someone talkative and engaging for your next party, make sure you invite a Gemini.

And I happen to know just the one.

Outlook: grab the salt and lime; the tequila will find YOU!

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Money matters and such

While many of us Gemini's might have a knack for making money, the skill of keeping it is another one altogether.

So pay close attention to your horoscopes this month, as we'll take an in-depth look at what Gemini's financial future may hold and how you might want to plan accordingly.

We're starting with one of the most important factors: whether or not money will ever make life easier for you (and me) as a Gemini.

The answer is no.

While it may solve some problems like student loans or other debt payments, many more come along with having everything paid off. Like too much partying by the beach, for starters.

So this time around, let's focus on something else... saving up! While you don't need much to get by (as long as rent isn't too steep), setting aside even a tiny piece of your check each go-round will have enormous payoffs in the long run.

Remember, it's okay to have fun, but we still have a long and lively future ahead.

Outlook: it's looking green. Very green

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The final word

What are you most excited about for the month ahead?

We all have different personalities and tendencies, but there are some things that we can all relate to. As the Gemini season begins, it's time to get ready for everything that will be happening this next month, whether it's romance-related, good luck, or pure entertainment. Just because there's this global thing going on doesn't mean we can't have a crazy, fun, productive Gemini season.

Make the most of what being a Gemini is and means with our list so you too can make your own fortune in 2021!

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Rick Martinez
Rick Martinez
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Rick Martinez

Trauma nurse turned freelance writer and startup entrepreneur.

I write about healthcare, entrepreneurship, personal development, and life lessons through the eyes of a recovering trauma nurse.

California born, Texas raised.

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