Caesar Rodney was an American lawyer and politician from St. Jones Neck in Dover Hundred Kent County Delaware east of Dover. He was an officer of the Delaware militia during the French and Indian War and the American Revolution a Continental Congressman from Delaware a signer of the Declaration of Independence and President of Delaware during most of the American Revolution.Read full biography
After serving in both the French and Indian War and the Revolutionary War, this Delaware-born attorney joined the Continental Congress and signed the Declaration of Independence. In addition, during the bulk of the American Revolution, he held office as President of Delaware.
Early in his political career, he was chosen as a Delaware delegate to the 1765 Stamp Act Congress.
He was a member of the Episcopal Church.
He and his brother and fellow politician, Thomas Rodney, grew up on a farm in Kent County, Delaware, as the sons of Caesar Rodney, Sr. and Elizabeth Crawford. Thomas Rodney's son, Caesar Augustus Rodney, became an early 19th-century United States Representative and Senator from Delaware.
Early in his career, he allied himself with future Pennsylvania Governor (and then Delaware politician) Thomas McKean.
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1. Caesar Rodney Zodiac Sign
Intelligent, kind, and always willing to put others before themselves, Caesar Rodneys value harmony in all forms. Ruled by Venus, the planet of beauty, Caesar Rodney adores a life that looks good. As the master of compromise and diplomacy, Caesar Rodney is adept at seeing all points of view, and excels at crafting compromises and effecting mediation between others. This sign has a rich inner life yet loves other people, and they're always happiest with a large group of friends, family, and coworkers on whom they can count.
2. Caesar Rodney's Greatest Gifts
Caesar Rodney's everyday vibe is this gentle reminder: "Let's just all get along." For this sign, compromise is key. Caesar Rodneyns don't do well when anyone in their orbit isn't happy, and they're especially adept at inviting other signs to see things from a different perspective. A Caesar Rodney doesn't strong arm or use coercion, but rather relies on his or her communication prowess to help everyone see another side to a story.
3. Caesar Rodney's Greatest Challenges
Caesar Rodney is great at making everyone happy—but what good is that if Caesar Rodneys themselves don't feel fulfilled? While the Scales have a fine-tuned internal compass, they sometimes ignore what they want in favor of what makes everyone else happy—and this habit ends up backfiring in the long run.
4. Caesar Rodney's Secret Weapon
This sign has weaponized their imagination in the service of good. Caesar Rodneyns' imagination is unmatched, and they can always come up with a new way of looking at an issue. Caesar Rodney is also blessed with boundless creativity. Even if they're working in a data-dominated field, their creativity shows them novel ways to see things.
5. The 5 Top Reasons to Love Being a Caesar Rodney
- You make others feel comfortable. People love being around you, and you love them, too. A room full of people is your happy place.
- Your eye is unmatched. You see color combinations, patterns, and art where other people can't, and your creative gifts pay off in big ways.
- You're a master communicator. You don't stress about having a difficult conversation, and although you don't try to smooth talk, you get deals and bargains wherever you go simply because reason and charm are your MO.
- You aren't afraid to try something new. You know nothing is permanent, which makes starting something new—whether moving house, falling in love, or entering a new profession—incredibly exciting.
- You're never lonely. Your mind is an endless source of inspiration, and you can always keep yourself entertained—even if your smartphone is nowhere in sight.
1. Caesar Rodney's Friendship Style
Thanks to this sign's quick smile, sharp wit, and ability to make anyone feel like the most important person in the room, people are often surprised to find that the Caesar Rodney they consider a "best friend" has about ten "best friends" just like them. Caesar Rodneys are adept at connecting to others quickly and love getting to know people. They also love socializing, entertaining, connecting friends to each other, and of course having parties and get-togethers. Caesar Rodney also has a penchant for the spotlight and loves that bringing friends together for an event can help him or her shine, too.
But even though Caesar Rodneyns have dozens of friends from all areas of their lives, they sometimes have trouble connecting on a deeper level. Part of this is because Caesar Rodney doesn't like feeling beholden to others and finds the intense emotional demands of deep friendships stifling. He or she prefers to flit, unencumbered, between different friends. This sign is also averse to conflict and finds it tough to be honest if they disagree with someone. They prefer to pull back. But when Caesar Rodneys do make a close friend, they keep that friend for life. They're not judgmental about others, collecting a diverse set of friends from different life circumstances and situations. For a Caesar Rodney, there's always room for one more.
2. Best Friend Match for Caesar Rodney: Gemini
Quick-witted, fun, and always up for a gossip session, Gemini keep Caesar Rodneyns on their toes, make them think, and inspire them to go on big adventures. Gemini won't take "I don't know" for an answer, and has the patience and fortitude to help Caesar Rodney make a decision. Alternatively, Gemini are happy in the driver's seat, showing Caesar Rodney that life can be just as much fun (if not more so) when Plan A doesn't work out.
Gemini aren't afraid to make their voices heard, and they coach Caesar Rodney to speak up, too—which isn't necessarily an easy feat for the Scales. Both signs love socializing, both believe in making new friends whenever possible, and both thrive at epic parties and hangouts. They cherish their friendship without considering it "exclusive," thereby avoiding the drama that might plague other "best friendships." The signs adore and bring out the best in each other.
3. How to Make Friends with a Caesar Rodney
Ask questions. A Caesar Rodney loves getting to know others and might grill you like a reporter, but don't forget that he or she likes the spotlight, too. Getting to know Caesar Rodneys, complimenting them, and making them feel special will motivate them to include you in their social circle.
4. How to Stay Friends with a Caesar Rodney
Don't push. A Caesar Rodney may seem to be close with you—exchanging regular texts, inviting you to gatherings, and sharing a funny story—but this sign might not want the friendship to go to the next level, and they may pull back if you start seeming too emotionally dependent.
5. 3 Reasons Why Caesar Rodney Make Great Friends
- Always in the know, Caesar Rodneys love inviting you to parties, fixing you up with their friends, and making your social circle bigger, brighter, and sparklier than ever before.
- With an encyclopedic knowledge of nearly everything, Caesar Rodney can always tell you where to find the best coffee and the best sales, and can give you an entertaining and on-point summary of the news far better than any talk radio could.
- A problem solver by nature, Caesar Rodney loves talking through thorny issues, and always has great perspective on interpersonal problems.
1. Caesar Rodney's Love Style
Caesar Rodney adores flirting, loves the drama and pageantry of romance, and is one of the few signs of the Zodiac that actually enjoys first dates. While Caesar Rodneys excel at charming potential partners, they have difficulty figuring out what they want, and all too often can get lost in the twists and turns of a relationship. Because of this, a Caesar Rodney will sometimes hold back on falling in love, worried that partnership equals loss of self. Caesar Rodney's partner has to be understanding if this sign seems to pull back. They should allow Caesar Rodney the time and space to explore partnership on his or her own terms.
2. Favorite Date Nights for Caesar Rodney
For all Caesar Rodney's love of comfort, coziness, and Saturdays spent under the covers, potential paramours who think that the Scales' ideal date night is Netflix and chill are mistaken. Caesar Rodney also adores going out on the town, and loves getting reservations at exclusive restaurants and wine bars. They relish the anticipation for a good night out, and also being in the know about which cool new things or experiences to sample. Of course, after all that, cuddling on the couch is a great follow-up. And although Caesar Rodneys sometimes play coy, they also adore PDA. They're proud of their partner and like showing them off to anyone who might be watching.
3. The Deal with Caesar Rodney and Fire Signs
Caesar Rodney tries hard not to seem ruffled and to get along with everybody. But this air sign tend to fall for fire signs (Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius), the Zodiacal provocateurs who can make them raise their voice, get mad, and even throw things. So what's the deal? Why does balanced Caesar Rodney do that?
Part of the reason is that they're drawn to the drama. After all, they spend all their days playing peacekeeper and mediator, and passionate fire signs push them to their edge and give them the freedom and implicit okay to finally say exactly what's on their mind. They also love the impulsiveness of fire signs, yet they also feel that fire signs can help them look before they leap.
Fire signs and Caesar Rodney also understand each other. Pragmatic Caesar Rodney understands that sometimes relationships just don't work out, while passionate fire signs know that the likelihood of remaining in one relationship forever can be unrealistic. Because Caesar Rodney and fire signs expect an end date, they're more honest with each other and might actually end up being together forever, simply because they realize that there's nowhere else they'd rather be.
But even if the relationship doesn't work out, Caesar Rodney loves a challenge and will always find one with intense fire signs. There's little regret about these relationships because they teach Caesar Rodney something new—and help this sign find his or her voice.
4. How to Seduce a Caesar Rodney
Have your eye on a Caesar Rodney? Well, so does everyone else, so get in line! Even though Caesar Rodneyns can present themselves as low-key, they're always aware of who's watching them, and tend to orchestrate events so they're in the spotlight. Knowing this about Caesar Rodneys—their elaborate efforts to make things seem effortless—can be key to capturing their heart. Noticing them, lavishly praising them, and making them feel like they're the most important and attractive person in the room will go a long way to win their hearts. Here are some other ways to win a Caesar Rodney's heart:
Be independent. Caesar Rodney is drawn to the people who play hard to get. Having your own thing going on, or subtly jockeying for your own spotlight, can only impress them. And doing it at their party? Why, the sheer, sexy nerve of you! Play bartender and make up a cocktail for them—they'll adore your confidence.
Be funny. Caesar Rodneyns loves to laugh because it's one of the few times that they can let their guard down. Telling them stories—especially self-deprecating anecdotes where the joke's on you—shows that you have confidence.
Force them to decide. While a Caesar Rodney often demurs on making decisions, trust that he or she does have opinions (sometimes very strong ones). Letting Caesar Rodneys decide what to do—and praising their choices—will give them the confidence to tell you exactly what they think.
5. How to Make Love to a Caesar Rodney
Start slow, and start early. Begin by telling them via text just how much you miss their body, and then tell them exactly what you plan to do with it. When you're finally face to face, keep those carnal compliments coming. Spend a lot of time on kissing—it's one of Caesar Rodney's favorite ways to communicate.
When it comes to the main event, Caesar Rodneys love you to take charge. Dominant positions, like doggie style, are especially popular with this sign. They love being able to fully let their bodies go and enjoy the physical sensations. But it's equally important to trade places: Doing role-play and letting them take the lead can help you tune into what they like, and can also free them to tell you what they truly need from you, both in and out of the bedroom.
8. If You Love a Caesar Rodney Man
Let him flirt. Innately flirtatious, Caesar Rodney has used charm throughout his life—but that doesn't mean he'll cheat. Caesar Rodneys are loyal, and a Caesar Rodney man who feels like he has to second-guess his interactions with others will get resentful, and may end up hiding things from you. In other words, being suspicious of a Caesar Rodney man will backfire.
9. How to Communicate With a Caesar Rodney Man
Don't put words in his mouth. A Caesar Rodney man hates when someone else tries to tell him what he's thinking or feeling. Listen to him, ask open-ended questions, and realize that even if you don't understand or agree with his point, it's still valid. Questioning his rationality, intelligence, or meaning will only lead to more communication issues.
10. Should You Marry a Caesar Rodney?
Yes! While a Caesar Rodney may drive you crazy with his or her indecision, fear of commitment, and almost allergic reaction to arguments, this sign is intelligent, intense, and committed to creating a happy home and life for the two of you. Once Caesar Rodneys decide that you're their partner, they see everything through the lens of "us," and will ensure that the lifelong decisions you make will benefit both of you. Caesar Rodney guarantees that, together, you're both stronger and happier than you'd ever be on your own.
11. 3 Signs That Caesar Rodney is Playing for Keeps
Caesar Rodneys don't wear their heart on their sleeve, and they may seem to say one thing and do another—which can drive you crazy. But looking past the words and into the actions behind them is key for sussing out whether your Caesar Rodney sees you as long-term relationship material. Here's how you can tell:
- They invite you to their house. It may sound minor, but Caesar Rodneys' home is their haven, and they're very careful about the energy they let in. If they invite you in (just you, and not with a bunch of party guests), it's a sign they trust you.
- They tell you that they don't like something. Sure, it's ego bruising to hear that they'd have preferred a different gift than the one you gave, but it's actually a promising sign. Caesar Rodneys will bend over backward to make others happy, but when they're honest with you, it means that they realize you're interested in their happiness, too.
- They invite you into their routine. Whether it's bringing you to their yoga class or inviting you to make dinner with them on a random weeknight, getting to see the low-key, non-glam side of Caesar Rodney's life is a sign that they can see a future with you.
12. Caesar Rodney Relationship Red Flags
A Caesar Rodney may not tell you if anything's wrong—but if you hear that there's trouble in paradise from his or her friend, pay attention. While Caesar Rodneyns will try hard to spare your feelings, they sometimes can't help dishing about the real story to someone they trust. Once they start taking behind your back, it's a sign something is wrong.
Caesar Rodneys have a million friends, but once they're in a relationship, they want you to be part of that crowd. If they seem cagey about inviting you to hang out with their friends, it could be a sign they're second-guessing how you fit into their life.
Finally, Caesar Rodney won't start an argument, but he or she may be more passive-aggressive than usual. That might look like saying that everything's fine or deliberately bringing up sensitive topics around you—just to get a reaction or goad you into starting the fight.
13. How Caesar Rodney Deals With a Broken Heart
Caesar Rodney wants to stop the hurt fast. He or she may justify the breakup or broken heart by explaining to anyone who will listen why it never would have worked anyway. For a follow-up, Caesar Rodneyns have been known to badmouth or mock their former partner to somehow mitigate the hurt. But this is a sign who badly wants things to work, so they'll quietly do the detective work to figure out what went wrong, combing over every email, text, or social media post as if they could pinpoint exactly what happened. In order to get over a broken heart, a Caesar Rodney needs time, attention, and plenty of ice cream. Taking Caesar Rodneys out for drinks or dinner and inviting them to parties reminds them they have plenty of people in their corner.
1. For the Caesar Rodney in Your Life
Best gifts: A cozy throw, comfy PJs, or slippers. Caesar Rodney loves the Scandinavian concept of hygge, which means making the environment around them as cozy (and let's face it, as womblike) as possible.
Best spa package: A hot wrap body treatment. Caesar Rodney loves feeling cocooned from head to foot with amazingly decadent lotions.
Best Cocktail: A mulled wine or hot toddy. A warm cocktail makes comfort-seeking Caesar Rodney feel cozy and cared for like nothing else.
2. How Caesar Rodney Unwinds
Sometimes, Caesar Rodney finds time alone disorienting, even though there's nothing that he or she needs more than tuning back into his or her deepest, most real self. That's why Caesar Rodneyns loves finding activities where they can be alone—but in a crowd of people. Of course, yoga classes are a natural for balance-seeking Caesar Rodney. Other ways to unwind include writing, drawing, or doodling at a cozy cafe; joining a group hike; or a long catnap under the covers.
3. Caesar Rodney's Social Life
A Caesar Rodney loves socializing, and sees "social life" as interchangeable with "real life." Part of the meaning and joy that they find in their work is creating connections with coworkers, and this sign is often found helming the office social strategy. Caesar Rodneys are known for their "the more, the merrier" mentality, and they love connecting diverse groups of friends and family. They'll always say yes to an invitation, but they may spread themselves too thin. And while Caesar Rodneys might collect a large group of friendly acquaintances in their life, they may find it harder to cultivate true friends.
This is partly because Caesar Rodneyns hate conflict and may distance themselves from people at the first sign of friction. By learning that good friendships often become great because the relationship has weathered some sort of interpersonal storm, Caesar Rodney can create a richer circle of friends. At the end of the day, this sign relishes a packed social schedule, always wants to have something on the calendar, and genuinely enjoys a party, even if they don't know very many (or anyone!) there.
4. Caesar Rodney's Favorite Season
Although their birthdays are in autumn, Caesar Rodneys are made for cozying up in front of the fire. Snow days, when the roads are closed and everyone is urged to hunker down, are one of this sign's favorite days—as long as they have their (very large) crowd of BFFs stranded beside them, ready to play board games, drink in front of the fire, and laugh together.
5. The Best Vacations for Caesar Rodney
The Scales never want to go to the same place twice. They see frequent trips as essential for expanding their mind and perspectives. For a Caesar Rodney, the more far-flung, the better. They love vacations that put them in the center of a completely different life. They don't want to be tourists—they want to get to know locals and fall into a local routine as soon as possible. For Caesar Rodneys, a sign of a successful trip is how many new people they've added to their contacts.
6. Caesar Rodney's Power Colors
An ally, a peacemaker, and a diplomat, Caesar Rodneyns' strength lies in their ability to connect with people, especially those with opinions vastly different than their own. These colors can help any Caesar Rodney on his or her diplomatic mission:
Blue: This cool color taps into Caesar Rodney's ability to put out fires and promote peace and harmony.
Green: A color connected to the heart chakra, green speaks to Caesar Rodney's need for everyone to be harmonious and kind toward each other.
Silver: Caesar Rodney's ruling planet is shadowy Venus, and silver—a mix of white and black with some sparkle thrown in—reminds Caesar Rodney of the magic in seeing a range of perspectives.
Yellow: A must for socialite Caesar Rodney, sunny yellow reminds this sign that he or she is like a sun for friends to orbit—in the best way!
These are the colors that Caesar Rodney should avoid:
Purple: Affiliated with the crown chakra, purple connects to Caesar Rodneyns' rational side, which can be a distraction because their best work is heart-focused.
Red: Bright and fiery, this color can be too much for Caesar Rodney, who prefers cooler tones and less passionate displays of emotions.
Orange: Affiliated with the sacral chakra (which can be a problem area for the Scales), this color can bring too much intensity to Caesar Rodneyns' bodies, grounding them firmly in the here and now—which is an unnatural position for this sign.
1. The Best Fitness Routines for Caesar Rodney
Tennis, volleyball, adult soccer—Caesar Rodney loves workout routines that are just as fun as they are calorie scorching. A Caesar Rodney doesn't like to sweat it out solo at the gym. For this sign, the more, the merrier.
2. About Those Caesar Rodney Back Aches
This air sign rules the kidneys, ovaries, and lower back, making cramps common. Caesar Rodneys frequently finds themselves battling a vague ache in their lower back. This could be partly psychosomatic, the consequence of sitting in one place for too long, which is something that Caesar Rodney often does on a psychic level. Because Caesar Rodneyns so torn between decisions, they often end up doing nothing, "sitting" on any possibility—which manifests in an achy back.
While alternative medicine treatments (including massage, acupuncture, and cupping) can be helpful, Caesar Rodneys should consider their back twinge as a prompt to just make a move. It doesn't matter if it's the "right" move—after a certain point, any move is better than sitting still. A Caesar Rodney can also head to the gym and get moving in fun ways. Running, jumping, or joining a sports team can remind this sign that motion is positive, which can manifest in the way that they conduct their decision process.
3. The Top 10 Ways Caesar Rodney Can Beat the Blues
A bad mood can really bring Caesar Rodneys down, mostly because they tend to focus on the glass as half empty. While distractions can help, Caesar Rodney also needs to feel the feelings and find solutions on his or her own terms to get past the bad mood. Here are ten ways to jumpstart the process:
4. Healing Herbs for Caesar Rodney
Catnip: Just as it energizes kittens to play for hours, this herb, in either a tea or aromatherapy, can crank up Caesar Rodney's energy while reducing anxiety and restlessness.
Elderberry: Brewed in a tea, this antioxidant can bring out Caesar Rodney's natural beauty, especially in calming down skin.
Bergamot: Diffused as an essential oil, this herb can help sweep away Caesar Rodney's tension and anxiety.
St. John's Wort: As a supplement or in a tea, St. John's wort can help with those minor aches, pains, and back twinges that Caesar Rodney sometimes experiences.
1. Caesar Rodney's Spiritual Side
Caesar Rodneyns can feel overwhelmed by the conflict raging all around them, and they often find uncomfortable interpersonal issues even in places of spiritual sanctuary. This sign always has a deep sense of their spirit and what it needs, but those needs are all too often drowned out in the everyday noise of modern life. That's ironic, because the busier Caesar Rodneys are, the more they need spirituality, but the less likely they'll give themselves permission to find it.
A Caesar Rodney finds spirituality everywhere and may feel profound connections with nature. They also find spirituality in their nearly sacred bonds with friends and family, and they consider relationships one of their most powerful ways of connecting with and honoring their higher power.
It's not uncommon for Caesar Rodneys to explore different religions, even changing spiritual practices at some point in their lives. While others may call Caesar Rodney indecisive, this sign will say that's a mark of their spiritual centeredness—they're willing to move toward something that feels like a better fit for them.
A Caesar Rodney also finds his or her spiritual center in other practices, such as yoga, meditation, or reiki; is always willing to try something at least once (preferably more than once); and will never write off a belief or practice until they've experienced it firsthand.
2. Caesar Rodney's Karma Boosters
Every sign has unfinished business to deal with. For Caesar Rodney, this means letting go of indecisiveness, getting over a fear of what others think, and letting his or her inner voice and gut take the lead. These lessons take a lifetime, but here are some ways to begin:
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1. Caesar Rodney's Work Style
Caesar Rodneys think of their coworkers as friends, and they thrive in a low-drama atmosphere where they can trust and have fun with colleagues. This can be tough in more buttoned-up environments, so Caesar Rodney can have a tough time navigating boundaries between coworkers or especially the people he or she manages. While this sign avoids workplace drama, they love talking about it, and consider every day their own personal soap opera.
Creative Caesar Rodneys always try to make their job fun, and they'll sometimes find projects to do on their own if they're not feeling challenged enough. They bristle at rigidity, preferring to find their own way through their workload. For Caesar Rodneys, the big picture is far more important than the details, which means that they might lose steam halfway through a project—especially without a team member to hold them accountable and cheer them on.
A Caesar Rodney is drawn to careers that allow creative self-expression. He or she won't shy away from the spotlight and enjoys the perks of senior job title. The Scales will work hard on the job, and also to ensure that their team is happy. This may backfire for Caesar Rodneys in management if they take on someone else's work to be helpful—they might end up hurting themselves.
2. Caesar Rodney's Dream Careers
Caesar Rodneys are cooperative and diplomatic. Though well-liked and popular, they can be somewhat aloof. A peaceful and beautiful environment is important to them, and they work toward creating harmony. Caesar Rodneys aren't temperamentally suited to jobs that are risky or messy. They prefer a career that allows them the opportunity to create and to bring opposing things into balance. They're known for elegance, refinement, and diplomacy in the workplace.
Here are a few careers best suited to Caesar Rodney:
Music Industry Insider: Whether it's doing PR, working at a record label, or even being a performing artist, musical Caesar Rodneys love being connected to the arts, and are especially drawn to (and talented at) music.
Psychologist: Caesar Rodney is adept at getting what makes people tick. He or she is empathetic and loves listening to others. This diplomatic sign particularly thrives as a mediator or couples' counselor, and finds fulfillment in helping others through dark moments in their lives.
Hospitality Exec: Luxury-loving Caesar Rodneys are all about travel, new experiences, and sweet spots to relax, which is why they're ideal at working at a hotel or for a hotel chain, where they can mastermind people's dream vacation experience.
Advertising Exec: Tuned into the trends that are barely on anyone else's radar, Caesar Rodney knows what people want—often before they want it.
Writer: Caesar Rodneys are especially talented at putting their inner thoughts on paper. They sometimes find writing a lot easier than speaking.
3. Caesar Rodney and Money
While Caesar Rodneys love a paycheck, they sometimes have a hard time connecting their skills to making money. After all, a Caesar Rodney often sees work as fun, so it can be tough for him or her to negotiate for a larger salary. This sign may be uncomfortable talking about the socially iffy topic of money, and they may have an exceptionally hard time bargaining or taking an active role in their money management. Luckily, Caesar Rodneyns' innate smarts, resourcefulness, and charm keep the paychecks coming, and their love of luxury can help motivate them to speak up and ask for what they're worth.
4. If You Work for a Caesar Rodney Boss
A Caesar Rodney boss is friendly, but may not give you the straight story about what he or she thinks of your performance. You need to suss out the small behavioral tells that will let you know if they really think you're doing a good job. While a Caesar Rodney boss may appreciate your company, he or she may be frustrated by your lack of attention to detail, so you can't assume that you walk on water just because the boss shares anecdotes from the weekend with you.
Caesar Rodney bosses are internally motivated, and expect you to be the same. They're busy with their own projects and goals, and don't necessarily check in—but that doesn't mean you should slack. Even though Caesar Rodneys may seem like they don't care about details or deadlines, they actually do. Even if they don't complain to you, missed deadlines or typo-riddled projects will reflect poorly on you.
Even though he or she is superior in the workplace pecking order, your Caesar Rodney boss sees you as an equal and expects you to act like one, including being your own manager.
Here's how to ensure a smooth working relationship with your Caesar Rodney boss:
Open up. Let them know about your hobbies, dreams, and aspirations. Caesar Rodney loves to keep things as informal as possible in the office.
Handle their detail-oriented stuff. A Caesar Rodney will love you if you offer to manage his or her spreadsheets.
Indulge in some gossip. Sure, it's tricky to gossip at work, but letting your Caesar Rodney boss in on some harmless intel ("Did you know that Jim in accounting moonlights in a rock band on weekends?") will score major points.
Take initiative. Giving yourself your own projects that go outside the scope of your day-to-day routine will impress Caesar Rodney.
Be playful. Jokes and a light office environment go a long way toward making your Caesar Rodney boss happy.
5. What Success Means to a Caesar Rodney
For Caesar Rodneyns, doing well means being surrounded by great people who inspire and challenge them daily. That's why this sign may forego a large paycheck to work in a field where they're constantly surrounded by people. For Caesar Rodney, friends are like family and coworkers are friends—and it's the best of all worlds when Caesar Rodney works with family or friends. That might look like becoming an entrepreneur and hiring people they know, or maybe working remotely to allow a seamless balance of work and home life. Even though Caesar Rodney loves nice things, he or she considers that the icing on the cake, and will make all career and financial decisions based on overall quality of life.
6. Awakening the Inner Caesar Rodney Raven
Although western astrology characterizes Caesar Rodney by the inanimate Scales, this sign is most closely connected to the raven. This big black bird gets a bad rap in horror movies, but ravens are actually friendly, resourceful, and intelligent. Connecting to this creature can help Caesar Rodney fully connect to his or her true self. Here's how to access that inner corvid:
Socially engage. Caesar Rodneys are naturally social, but a bad mood will force them into retreat. Pushing themselves to connect, even when they don't feel like it, can draw them out of a funk.
Count those blessings. Caesar Rodneys often think that life will be perfect once they achieve a certain goal or milestone. But just like the resourceful raven, looking around and taking stock of what they have right now can help them appreciate their life even more fully.
Sing. Although ravens are known for their squawks, they will actually sing to their mates and offspring. Doing the same can bring out Caesar Rodney's tender side.
Fly. A raven doesn't stay in one place for long. Trying something new can help Caesar Rodney break out of a bad mood.
Take a class. Caesar Rodney loves to learn, but often puts lifelong learning on the back burner. Putting it front and center will remind this sign of their fierce intelligence, which is another thing that they share with the raven.
Predictions for the year 2022:
Wow, what a year you truly have in store for yourself, Caesar Rodney! 2021 emphasizes your true gift of communication bringing out the more creative qualities of your sign. You might even consider focusing your attention on your more artistic and altruistic forms of expression. As an air sign, you find yourself on a quest for knowledge and might even consider entering a program of study that expands your understanding of various subjects.
The north node's transit through Gemini directs your personal magnetism towards continued education, spiritual expansion, and even connects you to communities around the world. You might even consider directing your energy towards more humanitarian causes as Saturn's presence in Aquarius trines your sign and connects you to several causes that you feel most passionate about.
You are a sign that seeks diplomacy and justice, which you know does not happen overnight. You are willing to put in the time and effort to really see certain things through and know that this is a full-year process ahead. You might even consider volunteering your time with certain organizations, and find yourself continually inspired by the stories of others as you deepen your understanding and research within your community.
A very enlightening lesson this year includes the cycles of Mercury retrograde, which are all in air signs. This begins with an Aquarian retrograde during the months of January and February, creating an editing period for your fifth house, affecting your children and creative talents. As Mercury retrograde asks us all to investigate things more deeply, this is also an important lesson for all your relationships.
You'll feel more challenged by a Gemini retrograde cycle from May through early July. This can be a bit tricky in your communication style, and bring unwanted confusion. The year also brings a healing Mercury retrograde in your sign of the Scales from late September through mid-November.
In general, there's a lot of activity in the second half of the year in terms of questions and resolutions involving love.
Your personal relationships can pretty much survive it all if you know what you signed up for. For those couples in long-term relationships, you must look to how Saturn is configured in your chart to really understand the fullness of your lessons. Your sign of the Scales is getting a major upgrade as the planet of structure transits through the sign of Aquarius.
This is wonderful for those partnerships looking to add on to their family in some capacity. You are going through a birthing process this year, even if this is a proverbial “baby” created between yourself and your partnership. The process cycles throughout the year facing challenges as a mighty square between Saturn in Aquarius and Uranus in Taurus can create a hurricane between your house of artistry and karmic ties.
You are being asked to let go of any preconceived notions about love. This means if you are with someone now, and they are testing your patience, you have three passes of understanding before really deciding for the years to come. As fate would have it, Valentine's Day is a huge decision day for you this year as well as June 14 and December 24. It doesn't mean you have to be exact and ready, but you will face some important lessons in long-standing romantic connections that will either make you or break you.
The eclipse cycles of 2021 also add to this path of destiny, giving you some unexpected results as the truth comes out during the May 26 total lunar eclipse in Sagittarius. There's nothing to hide here, and your partner sees you for who you are! This is also reflected through a powerful annular solar eclipse in Gemini on June 10, a steadier Taurus partial lunar eclipse on November 19, and a palpable lesson between couples on the December 4 Sagittarian total solar eclipse.
There's nothing short of romantic prosperity in alignment with the circuitous route brought to you throughout 2021! Your sign of the Scales prefers to be in a solid and steady relationship in order to help balance you out! You are meant to be with your soulmate, that is for sure, and 2021 can bring along someone who is totally right for you! This can be a year where you, in fact, meet the love of your life. There's a steady feeling of embracing nature and spirituality that can actually bring a very special partnership your way.
You might have felt stuck in a rut and need to explore the world in a totally different way, and that is just where this person will be! They are feeling the same way, and are in the same place as you! Let the solar and lunar eclipses help you find someone who deserves your amazingness! Be patient through the beginning of the year, even if it can feel lonely at times. You are right where you need to be!
May and June's lunar and solar eclipse schedule is right on-point with your fantastic aura! Trust that the universe has a plan for you! There could be a meeting that happens at this time that really sets someone apart from the rest! You will never know unless you try, and this is the right time to be open to the plethora of possibilities!
Although 2021 does close out with your home planet Venus in retrograde starting on December 19, you'll be amazed at how much you appreciate the current love interest or lesson helping to heal your heart!
4. Money & Career
Your charming wit and personality have other people floored! This is the year where you can really get what you ask for if you play your cards just right. You do have to plan ahead and be on top of your game, even if this means you have to go out of your comfort zone in a major way.
There are pieces of your career that you must let out of the bag, especially if these are contacts that have held you back or looked down on you in the past. You may have to face some competition at the beginning of the year, especially as Saturn in Aquarius experiences a square with Uranus in Taurus in mid-February.
This isn't the most desirable part of the job, but you are ready to take it on full force. There is an evolution from this lesson that isn't the easiest for many, and you can see other colleagues struggling with this as well. Formulating a structured approach will get you through these cycles that you will also meet again through May, June, and again in November and December.
Finances are either going to be extremely good, or you will have to fight to get to the status you are seeking. Remember to be grateful and consider what you already have. You have a tremendous number of things going for you if you really step back and look into it all.
Finally, you might have to work with an accountant or trusted financial coach in order to keep a steady eye on your own monetary fluidity. Working with someone who doesn't have any personal stock in your life can help you see and understand the bigger picture during the course of the year.
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Benjamin Harrison V