Aries is the first sign in the zodiac, ruled by the House of Self. With that responsibility of leading the zodiac, they must pick up the torch and pave the way.
Taurus "Bad" Traits: headstrong, close-minded, slow-moving Stubborn and rigid at times, the Taurus is accurately represented by the bull. Imagine a bull for a moment — powerful, firm, stubborn, unyielding, and unmoving,
Gemini "Bad" Traits: flighty, restless, impulsive Gemini is represented by the celestial twins, duality, or two sides of the same coin. They can be creative and social in one moment, and anxious, serious, and restless in another.
Water signs all live in the emotional underworld in some capacity. Cancer is one of the more emotional water signs. It's ruled by the moon, which influences the tides.
The "King of the Jungle" is one of the most exuberant and fiery of the zodiac. As a natural-born leader, a Leo tends to take the reins and try to control situations.
Detail-oriented, sometimes perfectionist Virgos are a very efficient bunch. True to their Earth sign, they're grounded, a little rigid, organized, conservative, and hard-working.
Libra values harmony, equality, and balance in all aspects of their life. With this need for harmony, they're sometimes at risk of being too passive and allowing others to get what they want just to keep the peace.
The Scorpios are a misunderstood crew of mysterious humans — and the fact that they're represented by a scorpion doesn't ease any of the fears and darkness that surround this water sign.
These fiery travelers seek out all the adventure that life has to offer. They thrive in environments where they have the freedom to do what they want, when they want.
This earth sign stays true to its roots that are deep within the Earth and sometimes immovable. The Capricorn is a serious and hard-working person.
An Aquarius is a person whose strengths can just as easily become their weaknesses. They're a quirky and temperamental air sign who are truly free-spirited.
Pisces is intuitive, empathetic, and an expert in daydreaming, says Quinn, but these qualities only scratch the surface of their strengths.