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The Barrie Examiner - - MONDAY COMICS -

than you. Ob­ser­va­tion and ask­ing ques­tions will give you a bet­ter un­der­stand­ing of the pos­si­bil­i­ties and op­por­tu­ni­ties that ex­ist.

Be smart and get your re­spon­si­bil­i­ties out of the way early in the day. If you wait for some­one to help you out, you are likely to be dis­ap­pointed.

You’ll be faced with sit­u­a­tions that will re­quire some sort of re­sponse. Look at all the vari­ables and con­sider the con­se­quences be­fore you take ac­tion. Your po­si­tion or rep­u­ta­tion will de­pend on how you han­dle mat­ters.

You can en­joy things with­out en­gag­ing in emo­tional spend­ing. Phys­i­cal chal­lenges and men­tal de­bates will keep you on your toes. You don’t have to overdo things to make an im­pres­sion. Aim to have fun and you won’t be alone.

Make changes at home or to the way you live that will make your life eas­ier and your re­la­tion­ships with loved ones bet­ter. Spend­ing more time en­gag­ing in fam­ily out­ings and plans will bring you closer to­gether.

Con­trol your emo­tions. Be­ing stub­born will not help you move for­ward. Bring out the best in your­self by show­ing how open and will­ing you are to adapt and make sit­u­a­tions work.

Use your in­tu­ition when deal­ing with per­sonal mat­ters. Don’t make an im­pul­sive move just to im­press some­one. If some­one comes to you with a re­quest, be wary of his or her mo­tives.

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