What Does Your Birth Month Reveal About You?


While you have probably heard that zodiac signs can reveal a lot about a person’s personality and characteristics, did you know that the month you were born can also tell many things about you? 

Your birth month can offer insight into your overall demeanor, how other people see you, and your thoughts and feelings toward life in general. These descriptions originate from the study of astrology, basing the character traits on the alignment and placement of the stars during your birth month.




People born in January have a very strong work ethic, and will not hesitate to voice their opinions. They have a headstrong, stubborn attitude, and don’t take well to people telling them what to do. They make very good leaders because of their persistence and drive to succeed, but sometimes don’t listen to others very well. You have a natural ability to teach other people, and they listen to you with ease and willingness to learn.


If you were born in February, you probably have a strong creative streak, and enjoy working on new projects. You love getting into intellectual discussions, and don’t like to converse with others who seem shallow. You have been called a free spirit once or twice in your life before, and don’t like to live within the confines of society’s rigid rules. You love travel, and hop on a plane or train every chance you get. Adventure and exploring the world around you get you excited and make you feel alive, so you do best in the company of other free spirits and dreamers. You are a very loyal, honest friend and partner, as well.


People born in March are also highly creative and imaginative, but they tend to be more introspective and quiet. They live inside their own heads a lot, creating masterpieces within their minds. They turn to the arts for expressing themselves, and enjoy their quiet time alone. You have a kind, gentle demeanor with other people, but tend to hide most aspects of yourself from others. You crave peaceful, serene environments, and stray away from noisy, crowded places most of the time.

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