The good, the bad, the CAPRICORN.
Astrology might not be the most sciencey science around, but I identify perfectly with my sign’s ruling planet — I have the Saturn tattoo to prove it — and my goat spirit animal. If you love a Capricorn, here’s how to go the distance with an ambitious, loyal, persistent and methodical someone who’s always got her eye on the prize — in this case, you!
1. We Are Goal-Oriented
Goats keep our eyes on the prize. Whether it’s a tin can or a corner office, we’ve got plans and dreams and the drive to make them come true. We may be running around doing a million and one things, but trust us: there is a method to the madness. Plus we tend to like company, so if you can stick around for the pay-off, you’ll be well-rewarded. The good news? We are relentless in pursuit of what we want, and if you’re on that list, you’ll know it.
2. We Have High Standards
I’m not talking about tropical vacations and big old diamonds — although yes, some of us like stuff — but it’s important that our partners dig integrity, accomplishment, and living a good life as much as we do. No matter the size of your paycheck, whatever your (intelligent, ambitious, cool) thing is, we like you to have it going on, too. We need something interesting to talk to you about when we finally stop working.
3. We Work Like Crazy
Speaking of work, it’s a Capricorn obsession of sorts. Blame it on the Earth sign need for stability, or that we were born in winter when it’s a bit of a challenge to survive, but Capricorns are among the hardest workers of the zodiac. When it’s time for most normal people to unplug, we might just be getting started, or sparked by a new idea. We know it’s a drag, but the people who love us the best respect our hard-working natures, and help us remember to play, too. We know we need it, we just don’t always care — or know how to stop.
4. We Are Honest, Sometimes To A Fault
One of the perks of dating a Capricorn is that you will generally always hear the truth. One of the challenges of dating a Capricorn? Same. We can also spot a faker a mile away, so bring your honesty A-game, and save us both some time. As much as we want to let you be you, our honesty obsession isn’t always a crowd pleaser. One ex-boyfriend termed me the “Joy-Killer” when I brought up car repair bills in the guitar store where he had his eye on a fancy amp. When he needed me to pick him up for work the very next day when his car wouldn’t start? I don’t remember if I said I told him so. I’m kinder and gentler now. Mostly.