Pisces Life & Lifestyle
The Pisces Lifestyle
For the Pisces In Your Life
Best gifts: Jewelry. Not just any necklace, but a necklace, bracelet, or ring with meaning is important to Pisces, who sees jewelry as talisman for them, and likes having jewelry to anchor them to people, a goal, or a memory.
Best spa package: A watsu massage. A massage that takes place in water? Sign any Pisces up. This massage therapy can make people feel like they're back in the womb, and is especially meaningful to water sign Pisces.
Best cocktail: A spiked seltzer. For Pisces, less can be more, and a Pisces may decline a drink. It's not that they don't want to have fun, it's that chemicals can affect their brains and bodies in powerful ways. A spiked seltzer with a low alcohol content can help get the party started for a Pisces without pushing them over the edge.
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How Pisces Unwinds
Pisces loves water, and their happy place is the ocean, the river, or even sitting somewhere they can hear the sound of water trickling down a fountain. Pisces also loves nature, and spending time outside each day—even if it's just a walk to and from the car—is very important in calibrating their well-being. While a Pisces loves spending time with close friends, Pisces also finds it invaluable to have solo time to unwind, either by reading a book or listening to music with headphones.
Pisces Social Life
Pisces has their pick of friends, but tends to prefer a small group. In general, Pisces prefer one-on-one or intimate gatherings to parties, and find that their energy can easily drain if they have too many social engagements planned back to back. A Pisces is great at coming up with fun ideas, and can breathe new life into the same old dinner routine, just by implementing a new rule—only dessert items—or bringing interesting conversation topics to the mix.
Pisces Favorite Season
Moody, mysterious, plenty of time to talk about the mysteries of life under the covers, and a built-in "weather's too bad, sorry!" excuse to not go out on weekends? Bring on winter. Pisces can find beauty in even the coldest days, and loves how winter gives them time to pause, reflex, and look below the surface.
The Best Vacations for Pisces
Bring on the beach! But forget about an all-inclusive resort. Pisces love finding hidden beaches, lakes, or streams, and will happily hike miles if it means it's only them—and the people they want around them—enjoying the water. Pisces depends on vacations to recalibrate their internal clock to the rhythm of the universe, and needs to self-direct their itinerary. A Pisces loves to allow their intuition to help them make plans, and they're not happy if they feel like they have to follow someone else's itinerary. A Pisces may spend their vacation doing the same things they would at home—same coffee-making routine, same books, same favorite activities—but within the routine is where they can find excitement and adventure.
Pisces Power Colors
Is it any surprise that fish are drawn to colors that reflect the sea? Sure, blue is a no-brainer, but Pisces are also drawn to greens, oranges, yellows, and even tans, blacks, and grays—any color you might see in the sea. While some signs are drawn to primary colors, Pisces love muted palates that may appear differently depending on who's looking.
Sea green: A greenish-blue reminds Pisces that everything is temporary and shifting, just like the sea.
Silver: Shiny, shimmery, and reminiscent of the moon, silver dazzles in a way that's more low-key—but no less brilliant—than gold and other elemental colors.
Lilac: Muted pastels, like the color of the spring, speak to Pisces affinity for changeability, while subtly giving a nod to the colors often seen in early spring, the time of year Pisces owns on the calendar.
Gray: Pisces sees the world in shades of possibility, and gray speaks to the perspective Pisces brings to any situation, where nothing is good or bad, but everything is based on how the person in the situation sees it unfolding.
The colors that Pisces should avoid are:
Gold: Glittery and ostentatious, this color can be far too ostentatious and "look at me" for Pisces, who prefers a more low-key persona.
Red: Affiliated with the root chakra, red can be too passionate and intense for Pisces, who like to be more cool-minded and analytical when it comes to any decision in their lives.
Orange: Affiliated with the sacral chakra, orange is similarly grounding and at odds with the ethereal personality of a Pisces.