Read your Aquarius traits for Love, Fun, Health, Lucky Numbers, Career and Finance in the 2013 Horoscope
In the first few months of 2013 you’ll receive only good news about your relationship and love life.
You’ll get so much closer with your partner that even a possible engagement or marriage will enter the picture.
But before you’d get way over the moon thanks to these news, I must warn you that the other half of the year doesn’t look so promising.
You’ll need a great deal of patience and forgivingness to sustain your relationship and keep both you and your partner happy.
The tranquillity of last year will be forgotten during 2013, and you will experience far more activity and excitement.
The possibilities for your future are immense, and you will need to control some of the urges.
There is plenty of time for fun throughout the year, and as you dash through the possibilities you will feel alive.
If you are an Aquarius, then 2013 will begin by being a good health year for you, at least for the first six months.
After that, unfortunately, you are going to potentially see a degradation of your condition for the remaining months of the year.
However, in order to deal with this, you should just adhere to a satisfactory diet and workout routine.
Unfamiliar circumstances would have been daunting in the past; however, you have learnt that you need to embrace every situation.
Stagnating has always been an issue for you, and you need to ensure that you do not allow this to happen throughout 2013.
There are opportunities out there, however, you need to be willing to take the chance and seize the day.
However, you need to be careful of burnout, and ensure that you do not push yourself too far in the early days
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The water carrier represented by the zodiacal constellation Aquarius is Ganymede, a beautiful Phrygian youth. Under the tropical zodiac, the sun is in Aquarius typically between January 20 and February 18, while under the Sidereal Zodiac, the sun is in Aquarius from approximately February 15 to March 14, depending on leap year. Read more on Wiki