Happy Birthday, Pisces! Those born between February 18 and March 20 are front and center this time of year. Known for your compassion, wisdom, and creativity you are also quite the romantic! The planet that rules over Pisces is Neptune, so you are more intuitive than others and have an artistic talent. Neptune is connected to music, which means those born under the Pisces star sign reveal music preferences in the earliest stages of life. Between music, art, and compassion, there are so many ways for you to express yourself, Pisces! Looking for inspiration the season ahead? Let the stars guide you with the best wellness, charitable, and style ideas.
Try: The Arts
OK, OK, we’re not all Picasso, but that doesn’t mean you can’t tap into your naturally creative side, Pisces. Still in hibernation mode this winter? Apps like Artsy (which is the largest database of contemporary and historical art in the world) or MoMA allow you to browse fine art from the comfort of your own home. Ready for early spring and want to get out and about? Bring business and foot traffic to smaller businesses and visit a local art gallery or look for concerts and musical performances in your area with Bandsintown.
Wear: Pisces Zodiac Pendant Necklace or a Amethyst Birthstone Necklace
Treat yourself and let your creative side soar; create a custom Hidden Message Necklace. Your zodiac pendant necklace is a subtle yet eye-catching symbol that reflects your unique personality. Pair your star sign pendant alongside the birthstone necklace in either amethyst (February Pisces babies!) or aquamarine (Pisces born in March). Amethyst is a rich purple stone that was associated with luxury, which is why it is found set in crowns and scepters in Ancient Greek or Roman artifacts. Aquamarine, on the other hand, is a very light blue. In fact, the blue of aquamarine is usually so light that it very closely resembles its namesake, water. Either are a beautiful way to express who you are, Pisces. Pair the charms that reflect your birth month and star sign with your initials, or other symbols that are meaningful to you.
Give Back: Wear red for American Heart Association Month
This season, get active and raise awareness for heart disease by joining the American Heart Association (AHA). The AHA funds cardiovascular medical research, educates consumers on healthy living and fosters appropriate cardiac care in an effort to reduce cardiovascular disease and stroke. Do what you can and wear red to show your support, or attend many of the events that are held locally across the country. From luncheons, awareness walks, or the Heart Ball there are so many ways to show your support for heart health.