Disciplined Saturn is at home in hardworking Capricorn all year, so that's another huge check in the "win" column. This placement ensures that your integrity is intact as you work toward personal and professional goals. Feeling overly stressed and rigid could be a result of this strict pairing, though, so take a couple extra yoga classes or schedule regular massages to keep your mind and body healthy and happy.
Pluto, your co—ruler, continues to travel in responsible Capricorn, improving all areas related to power (especially your career). You might experience slowdowns during Pluto's yearly retrograde cycle from late April until October, so use any downtime to solve outstanding issues that didn't get dealt with the first time they came around (most likely in the last several months).
The time around your birthday promises to be eventful and fulfilling when the sun moves into your intense sign at the end of October, so don't shy away from being acknowledged. You often like to keep your accomplishments to yourself, but you deserve to be admired and celebrated for what you've been able to do throughout the year.
Couples Horoscope:All couples have their romantic ups and downs, but no sign works as hard as you do to keep a relationship going. Once you believe you've found your soul mate, nothing can tear you apart.
When Venus leaves your sign for casual Sagittarius in early January, your relationship loses some of the intensity that you're used to, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. The Archer is a fire sign, so you'll still have profound moments, but overall, things get less clingy and a lot more spontaneous. You might miss the emotional depth, but the adventurous Sagittarian energy helps you create some great memories together.
Your moodiness frustrates your partner when Mars enters emotional Cancer in mid—May, but right now your plans and dreams are very much linked to your feelings. This can be a touchy time, especially if you have a practical, logical partner who thrives on pointing out the "reality" of every situation. They mean well, but your disappointment is impossible to hide when they won't play along and support you and your "what ifs."
All should be forgiven by early September, however, just in time for the sexy Venus—Pluto (in retrograde) trine. It's exciting when you realize how deeply in love you are with your partner and how seriously immersed you are in each other's life. You're so totally wrapped up in each other (sometimes in a very literal sense) that anyone who tries to come between the two of you basically has zero chance of success.
Money & Career Horoscope:
Most Scorpios are success magnets, so will you attract money and power in 2019? In the "yes" column, Saturn spends all year in hardworking Capricorn, and a conjunction with the sun in early January shows that focusing in on a goal can literally pay off. When you apply yourself to meeting deadlines and completing assigned projects, there really isn't much you can't accomplish, and the money will follow. Looking for work? Don't give up. Getting your resume in front of the right person is half the battle. Work hard to find those necessary connections.
Affecting you negatively in your career and money sectors is pesky Mercury retrograde in Pisces starting in early March (but luckily ending late that same month). Because logical Mercury is already slightly uncomfortable being hosted by emotional Pisces, a retrograde period only adds to the stress. Communicating clearly is difficult at best and impossible at worst, so be meticulous with your wording in e—mails, texts, and voicemails. Errors with numbers are also likely, so double-check all financial statements and calculations to avoid banking mistakes.
Perhaps one of your most productive times of the year comes when Mars enters Virgo in mid-August. This is your total workaholic phase. Overtime. Early meetings. Heading up new projects and volunteering for committees. Virgo's influence gives you an incredible eye for detail and you are 100 percent focused on getting the job done (and done right). Financial incentives matter, but so does praise for a job well done. At the end of this busy time you'll have absolute proof of why you deserve that raise or promotion.