While all three touch on what 2024 has in store for you, they each offer different avenues in which to access and reference that information. Think of them as a planner, a book, and an app on the same topic. What you choose to use comes down to personal preference. Just note that no two are overlapping or repetitive — instead, they’re designed to be used either together or apart. That said, when combined, they offer a truly holistic approach to working with the year’s astrology.
- The 2024 Astro Planner is a 291-page planner filled with 291 pages of rituals, reflections, exercises, astro cheat sheets, planetary movements, and daily and monthly calendars that allow you to map out your year, track your intention for the day, and make the most of the current astrology. Plus, it includes a customizable birth chart, 100+ astro stickers, and a free month of premium content in the CHANI app for eligible users.
- Your 2024 Guidebook is a written overview of the year’s astrology that you can read and reference throughout the year. It’s organized around the main areas of your life — from Career & Public Roles to Love & Relationships to Long-Term Quests — and anchors the upcoming astrology in matters that are most important to you. It also includes sign-specific exercises, rituals, and affirmations to help you work with the major astrological moments, as well as a diary of dates, bonus educational content, and a glossary of key astrological terms.
- The CHANI app is designed to help you form your own relationship with astrology so that you can use it to support your growth and wellbeing. The app combines ancient astrological wisdom with mindfulness and meditation and offers the most accessible astrology resources available — including personalized birth-chart readings, real-time updates on how the current astrology is affecting you, a series of audio recordings outlining the year’s astrology, and a host of rituals, affirmations, and journal prompts to guide you along your journey.
Our recommendation? Use all three. But then again, we’re biased.