Your 2014 Horoscopes, Revealed!

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    Sure, trying out a new cookie recipe in the kitchen without a cookbook can be fun. Definitely educational. But, having that cookbook nearby might remind you that, no, baking soda is not baking powder and that, yes, you always add too much cinnamon — just a teaspoon is enough! We like to think of horoscopes in the same way. Yes, we know how to make a batch of gingersnaps, and we don't need the help, but it's definitely fun to get a little advice along the way.

    To provide a little star-illuminated guidance for your 2014, we've tapped our go-to astrologers, The Astrotwins. They've just released their 2014 Planetary Planner, and we've excerpted a few tidbits of what to expect in the New Year, sorted by your sign. Want to read the entire breakdown of your financial, romantic, professional, and emotional future? Head on over to AstroStyle.com to pick up a copy that's — lucky for you — 30% off for Refinery29 readers under January 11, 2014 (just enter "refinery" at checkout for the discount). If that's not a good sign already, we're not sure what is!


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