I recently came across this TikTok where the creator discusses how if you grew up in the 90s to early 00s, you had a major city archetype. Paris, New York City, and London are the ones mentioned. I feel like I was all three growing up: London—always with books, and a deep love of tchotchkes, wanting to share my obsessions, and fandoms; New York—had a blue bedroom, in charge of group projects, and full of that creative energy; Paris—truly liked the finer things in life, and had all love for stationery. Of course, knowing me, you can fully expect me to reframe it in astrology terms: Paris Sun, London Moon, New York City Ascendant. But then, I considered other areas I could describe in terms of a city-astrology crossover: my Mars is in Seoul, Mercury in Athens ... and what of Venus? aIt got me thinking about how we strive for language to describe ourselves to others. So that others can see how we see ourselves, and so we can feel seen and accepted for our whole selves. I know I absolutely light up when discussing one's astrology natal chart and the signs that are said to represent them. To be honest, I feel the same way with most personality assessments. I'm a Leo, an ENFP, a Type 2!