What It Means To Be A Taurus
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What It Means To Be A Taurus

The best characteristics of being a taurus.

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If your birthday falls between the dates of April 20th to May 20th, you'll be lucky enough to call yourself a Taurus among the zodiac signs. You may think, great, I am a big, stubborn bull, but what this really means is that you are among those of great independence, strength, generosity, loyalty and persistence. Being a Taurus entails much more than just those characteristics which make us who we are. Being a Taurus means being a fantastic human being, to say the least.

Being a Taurus also means being independent. A Taurus does not need anyone telling them what to do or how to do it. We get things done exactly the way we want because we take it upon ourselves to accomplish anything we set our minds to. With this, though, our streak of stubbornness can come about in the blink of an eye. If someone happens to get bossy, attempt to take over or try to push a Taurus out of the way things could get heated quite abruptly. This is perfectly okay, though, because we simply believe that if you want something done right, you have to do it yourself and there is not a thing wrong with such beliefs, in my opinion.

Own your independence and own that hard head of yours, Taurus.


Ever heard of quality vs. quantity? Well, being a Taurus means having fewer but closer friends and to this Taurus, that is much better than having a bunch of acquaintances you only see at work or in class. We truly treasure the friendships that we create, which means we will be cherished deeply in return. Since we can be a bit shy and stand offish when it comes to strangers; creating deep, meaningful relationships comes less often than expected but lasts for as long as we desire.

If you want to have a BFF for life, I suggest befriending a Taurus.


Being a Taurus also means loving that cash money. Since we are extremely persistent, hard working and motivated, we are constantly reminding ourselves to keep working to earn more. Not considered a workaholic but Tauruses simply enjoy the thought of a reward for such hard work. Once we set our minds to something, we have to follow through and sometimes that can be hard to come across.

Taurus, keep on keeping on.

Being a Taurus means being a person with close friends, a great work ethic, a fantastic personality and a motive to get things done amongst many other assets in which we naturally possess. Work with us and expect a fantastic, thorough outcome. Befriend us and have a life long parents who is worthy of your trust and affection. Hire us as an employee and expect a long list of work hours.

Embrace being a Taurus because you are pretty amazing!

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