Let’s face it...some people are just better with money than others. And the difference between being frugal with money or a careless spender might just be revealed in the stars. Your zodiac sign could have a lot to do with your money troubles and successes, so let’s take a look at your sign’s financial profile and what you can do to improve your money habits.
Aquarians are creative with the way you spend and save money, perhaps ‘gamifying’ your budgeting or investments. This means you tend to have a decent amount of savings, but you’re also very generous, so you probably donate a significant sum of your money to charity. Make sure you’re not giving away more than you can afford, and don’t be afraid to accept money or gifts from your large friendship circle where appropriate.
Pisceans tend to lead with your heart, rather than your head, so making money is not one of your strong suits. You like to ‘go with the flow’, so will let yourself get into situations that you might not be able to financially handle in order to avoid a fuss. Planning ahead and budgeting can help you figure out what you can afford, so you can still ‘go with the flow’ without getting into piles of debt.
Aries are known for being somewhat impulsive, which can be both good and bad for your financial life. You might end up splurging on something big you can’t afford, but on the other hand, you might take on a risky investment that will pay off for you in the end! Try not to leave so much up to chance and plan out your finances carefully, saving sensible room for ‘risks’ without ruining yourself.
Taureans are very hard workers, so you’ll likely make a solid secure income from a stable job. You’re a good saver because you’re very stubborn, and won’t let anyone convince you to make a reckless purchase, no matter how tempting it is. However, it’s good to loosen up every now and then and allow yourself some rewards for all your hard work—make sure you treat yourself occasionally!
Geminis tend to be flighty and eclectic, which means you likely won’t be in a long-term job with a stable income. But you’re the kind of person that will know how to make money from innovative sources, such as a side-project or a lucrative hobby. Try to channel your curiosity into something financially sound, and if you’re still struggling, don’t hesitate to ask someone a bit more practical—like a financial advisor or savvy friend—for advice!