YOUR horo­scope

For Thurs­day, March 31, 2016:

Cape Breton Post - - IN MEMORIAM/ADVICE - by Jac­que­line Bigar

ARIES (March 21-April 19)

Any­thing can hap­pen when you give in to spon­tane­ity. Oth­ers will find you to be ex­cit­ing. Your will­ing­ness to de­tach yet still find a so­lu­tion makes you a win­ner. Stay fo­cused, as you could be ac­ci­dent­prone. Tonight: Play a game on­line and meet new peo­ple.

TAU­RUS (April 20-May 20)

Take an over­view of the situation. New op­tions might ap­pear. If you’re feel­ing a vague sense of ir­ri­ta­tion, dig deep for an­swers as to why. It might have noth­ing to do with what you thought was both­er­ing you. Tonight: Some­one is likely to sur­prise you.

GEM­INI (May 21-June 20)

A friend’s idea could in­spire you to reach for a goal in a unique way. Try it — what do you have to lose? You’ll feel re­vi­tal­ized as a re­sult. A friend’s thoughts will help you to solve a do­mes­tic prob­lem. This is­sue needs some at­ten­tion. Tonight: Re­spond to some­one’s fun idea.

CANCER (June 21-July 22)

Con­tinue to de­fer to oth­ers. You might not be­lieve what comes out of some­one’s mouth! In a few hours, you could de­cide that this per­son is more ra­tio­nal than you had orig­i­nally thought. A friend is likely to be pos­ses­sive. Tonight: Em­brace the un­ex­pected; you can’t con­trol ev­ery­thing.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)

You might not feel up to snuff in the morn­ing. You’ll feel bet­ter as the day goes on. Tak­ing an over­view of a has­sle could lead to some very in­ter­est­ing and ex­cit­ing dis­cov­er­ies. Con­sider how to in­crease your in­come. A con­trol­ling as­so­ci­ate has sev­eral ideas. Tonight: Early bed­time.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

A sud­den dis­cov­ery could change your per­spec­tive. Your pos­i­tive at­ti­tude adds to your cre­ativ­ity. A loved one will try un­suc­cess­fully to ma­nip­u­late you. This per­son will learn through your re­sis­tance that he or she can­not con­trol you. Tonight: Ob­serve, then de­cide.

LI­BRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

Do you be­lieve in love at first sight? You might af­ter today. Love seems to be in the air. You might want to help some­one less for­tu­nate than your­self. It could be dif­fi­cult to keep up with a friend’s quick and/or con­vo­luted think­ing. Tonight: Be care­ful with a fam­ily mem­ber.

SCOR­PIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

A close as­so­ci­ate could have a bril­liant idea. Give it time to sink in; you just might run with it. A dis­cus­sion with a friend gen­er­ates even more pos­i­tive vibes. A neigh­bor or sib­ling could throw a tem­per tantrum; han­dle this diplo­mat­i­cally. Tonight: A cozy chat over din­ner.

SAGIT­TAR­IUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

A project gets a sud­den boost today. Your ex­per­tise and ideas fre­quently help oth­ers, and they seek you out as a re­sult. A per­sonal mat­ter could en­cour­age some mop­ing, but not for long. Walk out the door and get a breath of fresh air. Tonight: Say “no” to friv­o­lous spend­ing.

CAPRI­CORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

You could re­ceive some ex­cel­lent fi­nan­cial or tax ad­vice from an older, more knowl­edge­able in­di­vid­ual. Be grate­ful. This per­son might seem some­what ec­cen­tric at times, as though he or she seems to live in an­other world. Let your in­ten­sity reign. Tonight: As you like it.

AQUAR­IUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

You might spend much of the day deal­ing with a per­sonal mat­ter. Nev­er­the­less, a loved one could in­spire you to take a risk, but only if he or she knows what is go­ing on. A dear friend will present an ad­ven­ture­some idea. Are you go­ing to say “no”? Tonight: Make it early.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) A risk could be­come com­pli­cated. Stay fi­nan­cially in­de­pen­dent right now, but lis­ten to what oth­ers have to say. Re­mem­ber that you are your own per­son, re­spon­si­ble only for your­self. Fol­low your in­tu­ition, and have an im­por­tant talk with a loved one. Tonight: Hang with a friend.

BORN TODAY: For­mer U.S. Rep. Bar­ney Frank (1940), singer Anita Carter (1933), ac­tor Ewan McGre­gor (1971)

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