How The Jan. 17 Full Moon Will Affect You If You're A Taurus

The first full moon of the year will fall on January 17. This lunar event is in the sign of Cancer, which is a sign known for sensitivity and strong emotion (via Bustle). So, there's a good chance that many members of the zodiac will be feeling the emotional vibes around the time of the full moon, which has been named the "wolf moon," per The Farmer's Almanac.


PopSugar notes that the full moon is a time of change and renewal not only in the sky but in our lives. Many believe that the powerful energy of a full moon signals a jump into the next phase, while others do rituals to help them in their transition. Some charge their water or crystals with the moonlight, and others use meditation and manifestation to help them work toward their goals.

During the new moon on January 2, those born under the sign of Taurus were said to be very focused on their goals, and during this coming full moon, it seems that you'll still be busy prioritizing your life.

Taurus should focus on communication during the full moon on January 17

According to Bustle, if you're a Taurus (born between April 20 – May 20) you can expect to feel a bit overwhelmed during the time of the full moon on January 17. While Taurus usually likes to take things slow, there will be no stopping you during the first full moon of the year. Not only will you have a lot of obligations to handle, but you'll also find yourself heading out to many social events.


You may find your social battery feeling low, and having conversations could drain you during this time as well. So, be sure to be mindful of who you're talking to and what you're talking about. Allure notes that while you'll be working on your communication skills this month, there is a light at the end of the tunnel as some major fun and romance is said to be coming your way.

It seems that January will end with a lot of buzz and energy for Taurus, so keep your head up and push through those tasks so that things will slow down for you a bit following the full moon.