Zodiac Signs and Horoscopes — What Does It All Mean?

Can our destiny really be written in the stars?

Kate Warrington
5 min readJan 31, 2022
Photo by Mikhail Nilov from Pexels

This article is part of the column Overthinking Everything at She Explores Life.

I was born on January 27 at approximately 2:50 a.m. According to astrology, this makes my zodiac sign Aquarius. Had you asked me what this means a few months ago, I would have shrugged — something to do with water? (This is wrong by the way). But recently, a friend of mine introduced me to the Co.Star app. And for better or for worse, it piqued my interest.

If you’re on top of internet tech trends, you may have heard of Co-Star when it got popular back in 2019 or when it later received backlash for “trolling” users. But if you’re like me, you’ve been living in a pandemic and all completely unaware that this astrology app exists. So anyway, despite whatever controversy there may or may not be around Co-Star, I decided to give it a try. And honestly, I like it. I enjoy receiving the daily updates and for the most part, I’ve been surprised by how insightful (though not always) my horoscope on the app is.

While astrology, zodiac signs and my horoscope have never appealed to me much before, Co-Star inspired me, if you will, to do some research into my zodiac sign’s meaning. And while I may still be a little skeptical of it…

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Kate Warrington

Writing about mental health, sexual wellness, OCD and other musings. Columnist of Overthinking Everything at She Explores Life. Follow @warrington_kate