The best 2021 horoscopes: a roundup of astrology predictions for the year ahead
Looking for the best 2021 year overview horoscopes for your sign? Here’s a list of the best-written horoscopes for each astrological sign, including horoscopes by AstroTwins, Chani Nicholas, and Sophie Saint Thomas.
I don’t know about you, but I was so ready for 2020 to be over that I started hunting for 2021 horoscopes in fall 2020. OK, who am I kidding: I started scouring the Internet in summer 2020. I mean, it was one of the worst years in recent history and I needed something to look forward to.
Luckily, according to the stars, 2021 is looking up. Do you enjoy reading astrological predictions for a whole year at a time? Me, too. Here’s a collection of some of the best free horoscopes by astrological sign on the Internet. Get ready for the Age of the Aquarius.
The Astrotwins’ 2021 Horoscope: The Complete Yearly Astrology Guide for Every Zodiac Sign
If you’ve read my roundup of some of the best quality and most accurate horoscopes, you probably know I’m an avid reader of the Astrotwins’ daily, weekly, and monthly horoscopes. It’s no surprise that the Astrotwins’ 2021 yearly horoscopes are some of their most thorough work to date.
Want to read a preview before deciding to buy the entire book? Read an exclusive excerpt just for your astrological sign here on astrostyle.com.
Chani Nicholas’ Horoscopes for 2021
Allure 2021 horoscopes by Sophie Saint Thomas
Cafe Astrology 2021 Horoscopes Preview
If you’re into thorough horoscopes, organized into time chunks, you’ll like these 2021 horoscopes.
Stylecaster’s 2021 horoscopes by Roya Backlund
Are you ready to kiss 2020 goodbye? Stylecaster shares insights about predictions for a major turning point in 2021.
Refinery29’s 2021 horoscopes by Dossé-Via
As West African astrologer Dossé-Via explains at the beginning of her forecast, “The year 2021 brings unparalleled progress in the fields of humanitarianism, technology, social movements, and raising the collective consciousness. During this new era, we’ll see a rise of people signing up for therapy or mindful meditation, most likely through online services.” Sounds good — we’re looking forward to this.
This story was originally published on jumbleandflow.com.