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As the plan­ets spin and en­cir­cle each other, our uni­verse is like a merry-go-round. We be­come par­tic­u­larly aware of this when Earth re­turns to the place it oc­cu­pied at the mo­ment we were born. This event is our so­lar re­turn, aka our birthday. It brings bless­ings, and re­minds us of the po­ten­tial to change. With the en­ergy of Uranus and Mars adding a spark to the mix of en­ergy you’re al­ready ex­pe­ri­enc­ing, be pre­pared for a wel­come sur­prise. If you need some in­spi­ra­tion, this is your week. Call 1900 957 223. chance some­thing will make you feel silly. You’ll won­der if you’ve taken a wrong step, and you’ll be aware of po­ten­tial reper­cus­sions. Yet, as long as you know ev­ery road has ups and downs, you’ll re­alise the one you’re on is the one you need to be on. There is great news if you’re look­ing for some in­spi­ra­tion. Call 1900 957 223.

GEMINI Imag­ine the scene: King Canute strid­ing to­wards the shore­line, wear­ing his robes and his crown, his voice boom­ing out as he com­mands the in­com­ing tide to stop. Yet the sea ig­nores him and car­ries on rolling in. A wave of crazi­ness comes into your life and tempts you to sort an ex­as­per­at­ing sit­u­a­tion by try­ing to do the im­pos­si­ble. Yet valu­able help is at hand. In­sights are avail­able to you this week. Find out more. Call 1900 957 223.

(MAY 22–JUN 22)

CAN­CER Some­times, a lit­tle bit of luck can carry us a long way. This is es­pe­cially true when we find our­selves close to the edge of ei­ther suc­cess or fail­ure. But to get there, we need to have taken risks. You’ve made a great ef­fort to re­solve an is­sue of com­mu­ni­ca­tion. The cos­mic in­di­ca­tion is that this week, you can take pos­i­tive ac­tion with­out risk­ing your rep­u­ta­tion or your in­tegrity. The plan­ets say that won­der­ful changes are pos­si­ble. Call 1900 957 223.

(JUN 23–JUL 23)

LEO You be­gin to see why the in­for­ma­tion you’ve been seek­ing is un­nec­es­sary. Although you’re baf­fled by events, as long as your in­tu­ition is be­ing re­spected, you don’t ac­tu­ally need to un­der­stand the ins and outs. Listen to your in­ner wis­dom. You’re the ben­e­fi­ciary of happy oc­cur­rences that will bring in­spi­ra­tion. In a week of ex­cep­tional cos­mic ac­tiv­ity, make the most of the ex­cite­ment. Call 1900 957 223.

(JUL 24–AUG 23)

There are so many food apps float­ing about that choos­ing which ones to use can be harder than de­cid­ing when to wave down the yum cha cart at your favourite Chi­nese res­tau­rant. Do you get the fried chicken feet, or wait for the pork dumplings to come by? We can’t make that de­ci­sion for you, but we can rec­om­mend the fol­low­ing great food apps to use in and around Mel­bourne.


With its self-ti­tled app, burger en­ter­prise Royal Stacks fu­els ad­dic­tion on two fronts – mo­bile-phone gam­ing and scoff­ing tasty burg­ers. The fun app lets users earn in-store credit re­wards (free fries, meal up­grades) for play­ing a cute burg­er­stack­ing game.“i wanted to of­fer a fun way for peo­ple to in­ter­act with our brand in more ways than just eat­ing our food,” says Royal Stacks founder Dani Zeini.


Get­ting a table at short no­tice at one of Mel­bourne’s top restau­rants can be tricky, but you’ll likely find a great al­ter­na­tive us­ing Eatclub. Co-founded by Bri­tish chef Marco Pierre White, the app con­nects din­ers with restau­rants that have last­minute spare ta­bles and deals. With the likes of Taxi Kitchen and Red Spice QV on board, you’re sure to find a su­perb op­tion for your next spon­ta­neous dining splurge.

Speak­ing of splurg­ing, Liven is a great way to do it. It’s a clever new blockchain busi­ness model that lets you earn dig­i­tal cur­rency, Liven Cash, ev­ery time you use the app to pay at par­tic­i­pat­ing cafes, bars and restau­rants. Pay with a tap of your phone, re­ceive Liven Cash and save it for your next meal, or do­nate it to Ozhar­vest.


Not all fit­ness apps cover di­etary needs, but 28 by Sam Wood does. When you sign up to the app’s online pro­gram, you can ac­cess meal plans to suit your health and fit­ness goals, as well as a data­base of 3000 recipes to keep things in­ter­est­ing.


De­cid­ing what to eat for lunch, day in and day out, is a first-world prob­lem but it’s one Mealpal tack­les with gusto. Pre­pay a set amount of lunches for the week, with a large range of op­tions to choose from. It’s a simple idea, well ex­e­cuted.

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