You’re such an adventurer, Gemini, and a trip you’ve been looking forward to this Spring will be the thing that shakes you out of your rut. You’ve been trudging your way to the finish line, clutching the light at the end of what feels like an eternity-long tunnel. You agreed to take on a job you knew would be difficult, but you did yourself a favor by hanging a carrot as a reward for completing all of the work. You will feel an immediate weight lifted off your shoulders the moment you clock out, close the laptop, and walk away from this transitory shitshow. The road or the sky beckons your name, and the world is your oyster. No matter where you’re going, the prospect of a well-deserved vacation is enough to make you feel entirely different.
This Spring, Aries, you’ll alter your mind with a change of scenery, only you won’t even leave your front door. A fresh coat of paint, a few new pieces of wall art, and an accent throw cushion can all change your house. All you have to do is roll up your sleeves and take your Spring cleaning to the next level. Investing time, energy, and money in a personal space makeover will have a positive impact on your mental health and general perspective.
When you prove to yourself that you are valuable and deserving of space that inspires and encourages you, you will carry that mindset throughout the rest of your life. Your career, your relationships, and your personal time are all important. If a few modest modifications can alter your home, you can do the same.
Something will give Sagittarius. You are correct; repeatedly knocking on the same doors and expecting different outcomes is a futile exercise. Some people, some things, and certain points of view will never change. However, the residents of the residence may.
So, when you knock on that same door again, this time out of necessity (since you’d never torture yourself like this of your own will), and encounter a completely new face, your funk will start to fade. It just takes one new variable to realize the possibility for change in all linked areas. If this, then that, and so on, until you’ve entirely revised your estimates and expectations for the month, year, and career. Try to remember this the next time you feel stuck. The only thing you can count on is change.
Get out of your funk this Spring by learning to enjoy it. The moment you stop trying to shake it, the moment you allow yourself to wear sweats, eat donuts, binge several seasons of guilty pleasure, sleep in, stay up late, and just wallow a bit, you will feel less compelled to do so. Explore your sentiments, such as boredom, ennui, and sorrow, and see where they lead you.
Try to avoid the impulse to continuously be doing and doing, and remember that taking in the environment, having new experiences, and finding new material are all part of the creative process so you may improve and grow. You might write a million poems about the same flower, but how much more exciting would it be to go to the desert or the ocean and catch the spirit of something completely different?