There was never any doubt that this was going to be your year, because for almost the whole of 2018 there was a feeling that you were preparing for something. That something was Jupiter’s return to Sagittarius in November and not due to leave until December, this makes 2019 your biggest and most expansive year in over a decade. It has been 12 years since you last moved into the New Year with Jupiter in Sagittarius, bringing you to the start of a year full of major new beginnings and potential. Yet while the year begins with Mercury in Sagittarius as well and therefore with your head in the game and ideas on the table, don’t be surprised if you still don’t know what you want from the coming year. For while the Sun has come and gone since Jupiter returned and your birthday month ended just before Christmas, it is not until Venus returns on 8th January that your heart will find its voice. This is also set to have some serious romantic implications. It is less that you have the planet of love returning to Sagittarius and more what she finds when she returns. For on New Year’s Day Mars, the planet of passion and the warrior planet of the cosmos will return to a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart, where he will spend the first six weeks of 2019. With major new developments beginning this year, but not until next month, forget a balance between work and play, this month is biased towards all things fun, playful, romantic and creative. A total lunar eclipse in an adventurous part of your chart on 21st January will add even more weight to that chorus.