Good Housekeeping South Africa



(23 November – 22 December)


Usually you are reluctant to take on leadership roles that come with responsibility. However, right now, saying yes to doing your bit as part of the team would be a constructive learning curve.

Self-care: Reduce information overload by taking regular breaks from screens.


This month is a mixed bag. On the surface, you’ll enjoy being around people. Underneath, something is bothering you. You need some quiet time to delve deeper and find out what is going on.

Self-care: Inspiring music, art or literature will be therapeutic.


(23 December – 20 January)


Get ahead in your career by building relationships and bouncing ideas off others. Plan ahead but also be flexible. Doing some research will help you guide the kids through the pitfalls of social media.

Commit to not being overcommitted

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