Libra Horoscope for January 2023

Your January Horoscope for Libra

This same fifth house, where the new moon is appearing January 21, is the house that the ancient astrologers put a lot of emphasis on for having children. If you hope to have a baby, try soon after the new moon of January 21. If you have had problems with conception, this new moon would be perfect for consulting with a fertility specialist. If you are a woman in your late 20s or early 30s, consider freezing your eggs—it is the first question the fertility doctor will ask you. Having your eggs frozen helps you buy time. It’s not a painful procedure as it is done while you are asleep. When you wake up, you would need a friend to take you home. This option never was available to our mothers and has helped many modern couples have a baby.

If you have not had problems with conception and want another, by all means try as soon as your cycle permits after the new moon January 21. A new moon’s effect is in place for six months, but is strongest in the month it appears.

This new moon will also help you on another level—to bring out your creativity to a high degree. Ideas will keep coming to you, and they will be innovative and possibly high tech, for this new moon is in Aquarius, the sign of future inventions and originality. The moon is the natural ruler of your tenth house of prestigious career advancement, so if you change jobs, this new moon may give you a whirlwind of ideas to suggest and get approved for your new job.

There are other days this month that I love very much.

One of the finest days of the month will be January 24 when the Sun and Jupiter will be in perfect sync. This is a Tuesday but a highly romantic day. Love and commitment go together like cup and saucer, especially so because it comes after the new moon of January 21.

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