Omarr’s Weekly Astrological Forecast
Your warmth is an asset but don’t overstep the bounds of propriety. Although you are sharp as a tack and have a strong work ethic be aware that pushiness could backfire in the week ahead.
One bump in the road shouldn’t spoil the whole trip. In the week ahead cross currents and minor jealousies could spoil the harmony between you and others unless you are careful.
You are nimble and quick and can handle mental work with ease. Nevertheless, resist being pushed into making snap decisions. This week your best bet is to steer clear of disputes.
Passions could run hot and heavy as this week unfolds. It will take a wise person to avoid being caught up in the turmoil. Be skeptical of attractive financial investment opportunities.
Too much money is good because you can always give it away, but too much ambition can cause you to offend other people. In the week ahead avoid throwing your weight around.
Drive and determination is an admirable thing but you may wish to stay out of the limelight and avoid criticism in the week ahead. You will be at your best working hard behind the scenes.
You deserve a pat on the back for reaching your goals and should reward yourself for a job well done. However, your inner Scrooge might prefer to economize in the week ahead.
Pruning branches shapes future growth. Put important financial decisions on the back burner and remain thrifty in the week ahead. It isn’t harvest time; prepare for more stability.
Frustrations fuel feuds. You may be overwhelmed by work or obligations lose your cool. Be as nice as you can and avoid taking on extra responsibilities early in the week.
You will only see how far you have gone when you reach the top of the mountain. In the week ahead you may not realize how much you have accomplished through sheer tenacity.
True friends may show their colors as this week unfolds. Some you deal with may be pushy, petulant and provoked when under pressure. Be patient with loved ones until stresses subside.
Some jobs and responsibilities may be tedious, but once they are done they are finished. In the week ahead don’t begin anything new until you have wrapped up all the loose ends.