I find myself being good at nothing, yet adequate at a handful of things. As an Aquarius, how can my sign help me profit from being this way?


So I think you are telling me you are "a jack of all trades and a master of none." This really has more potential than you think.

In decades past, people worked at one job for one company all their lives, and then when the market crashed, or because people didn't feel any obligation to workers who made their companies what they were, they dumped the loyal people. They were denied pensions, medical and life insurances, things that hurt them at the time in their lives when they most needed these businesses to give back.

I don't know how old you are. But I see many young people who have a lot of skills, or a small interest in many things, as you describe. You are intelligent and probably good at computer issues as an Aquarian. You may be a good electrician. You don't judge people and can be a counselor. There are many ways to make a living doing what young people call "side hustles."

I know several people in their 20s and 30s, who work one day in a supermarket that gives health insurance. I believe Starbucks does this too. I write articles on sites for money, but on topics I love. I make money casting horoscopes and tarot readings. Since I am a good writer, I write job resumes for people. My son finds old furniture people are getting rid of, and repurposes it and makes it into something beautiful, and sells it for a great profit. You could do that, and tutor some older people in computer skills. Or teach English as a 2nd language. Make a living out of doing several small interests you have skill in. Be a life coach; there aren't a lot of qualifications you need.

It's a way to live and also have a happier way of life. I've seen too many people in my life die in their 50s doing the corporate thing I described above. Aquarians are always into causes, start an organization, or begin speaking out on something you believe in right a wrong, and eventually, you will be paid for it. Use your imagination. You have skills in dealing with people. Cobble together a few things you are good at, and it will be enough money to support yourself, and be happy doing it. Good luck. Aquarius people are not the 9-5 corporate type. I hope it goes well for you.

Updated on May 20, 2018

Original Article:

Negative Astrology Sign Characteristics
By Jean Bakula

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