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Jenny Blume pre­dicts your heav­enly des­tiny for this week, Fe­bru­ary 13-19

Woman’s Day (Australia) - - Horoscopes -

Aquar­ius JAN 21 – FEB 19

Big money ideas may be brew­ing, but with Mars fir­ing you up at the mo­ment, watch that im­pul­sive streak (and those smooth sales­peo­ple). If you’re feel­ing con­fused, an ac­tive week­end should help to clear your head. Cruise a few mar­kets or es­cape the chaos with some girlie pam­per­ing.

Pisces FEB 20 – MAR 20

Smile! When the sun bursts into your sign on Satur­day, your re­newed zest for life will be ob­vi­ous to all. If some­body’s neg­a­tive at­ti­tude has been drag­ging you down, say farewell. Fri­day’s lucky stars could bring good news for a loved one, while Sun­day might bring a heart­felt re­union.

Aries MAR 21 – APR 20

Your on­ward and up­ward ap­proach has its pros and cons. Frus­tra­tions are in­evitable this week, but ad­mit it: you can be hard to keep up with. On the up­side, de­lays will al­low you to get or­gan­ised, so tackle that clut­ter or re­or­gan­ise your files. And if you want to drop a bad habit, just do it.

Tau­rus APR 21 – MAY 21

Your so­cial barom­e­ter is go­ing through the roof. As au­tumn ap­proaches, a lo­cal club or sport­ing group could in­tro­duce you to a fun new crowd. Some­one’s rev­e­la­tion could leave you with a dilemma … or per­haps it’s you sneak­ing around? Take care if you’re al­ready at­tached.

Gem­ini MAY 22 – JUN 21

Three, two, one … pre­pare for lift-off! As the sun hits your chart’s pin­na­cle on Satur­day, a month-long whirl­wind of ac­tiv­ity will be un­leashed: ac­co­lades and job of­fers are on the cards, along with a flurry of so­cial events. If you’re look­ing for romance, ask a friend to play Cupid.

Can­cer JUN 22 – JUL 23

Em­brace your feisty spirit and en­joy a surge of en­ergy. This month’s ac­tion­packed stars will need to be ex­pressed in a phys­i­cally as­sertive way, so throw your­self into some­thing vig­or­ous or ad­ven­tur­ous. Your con­fi­dence should re­main high, but take care not to come on too strong.

Leo JUL 24 – AUG 23

An idea that formed over sum­mer is about to find wings. As au­tumn ap­proaches, some big cats might even launch a busi­ness or sign up for stud­ies. With your money zone buzzing, you or your part­ner can ex­pect some in­ter­est­ing news by the week’s end, and pos­si­bly some un­ex­pected cash.

Virgo AUG 24 – SEP 23

Over­think­ing things? Get to­gether with some trusted friends – they’ll quickly put things back into per­spec­tive – then find an out­let for all those bot­tled-up feel­ings. Whether it’s a new pet, a fundraiser or an ex­cit­ing creative project, throw your­self into some­thing that touches your heart.

Li­bra SEP 24 – OCT 23

Cir­cle Satur­day in your di­ary – that’s when the sun lights up your health zone, bring­ing not only a surge of en­ergy, but a raft of new strate­gies, too. Your hunch about a med­i­cal is­sue could be spot on. Feel­ing nos­tal­gic? Why not cre­ate an on­line photo al­bum or start re­search­ing your fam­ily tree?

Scor­pio OCT 24 – NOV 22

Feel­ing he­donis­tic? Blame the stars! As Venus and Mars draw closer to­gether, your senses will de­mand to be sat­is­fied. If ten­sions have in­creased lately, spend time with fam­ily and friends. Bet­ter still, take ad­van­tage of the week­end’s sen­sual Scor­pio moon by plan­ning a hot date.

Sagit­tar­ius NOV 23 – DEC 22

You may love trav­el­ling, but this month let the world come to you. Show off those culi­nary skills, spruce up a drab room or start or­gan­is­ing a garage sale. If your worklife bal­ance has been out of kil­ter lately, don’t be sur­prised if this week’s stars prompt an im­por­tant de­ci­sion.

Capri­corn DEC 23 – JAN 20

Are you ex­pect­ing too much? Ro­man­tic films are one thing, but if you’re play­ing the dat­ing game, con­sider low­er­ing the bar a lit­tle: once you do, things could get in­ter­est­ing. Con­certs, trivia nights and char­ity events will be stim­u­lat­ing – plus they’ll bring a fun new crowd your way.

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