Sun­day’s Horo­scope

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - LIFE -

MOON ALERT We have the all clear to do busi­ness (whether $10 or $10 mil­lion) and make im­por­tant de­ci­sions. The moon is in Gemini. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Don’t hide at home. Get out and do some­thing dif­fer­ent be­cause that’s what you need. You’re ea­ger to talk to oth­ers be­cause you want to en­lighten peo­ple about some­thing. Late in the day, ex­pect a few de­tours plus a chance to meet new faces. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You’re con­cerned with cash flow or work­ing. You like beau­ti­ful things, which is why you might be do­ing some power shop­ping. Late in the day, you might find or lose money and like­wise, some­thing un­ex­pected might hap­pen to some­thing you own. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Ask the universe for what you want be­cause things will go in your favour. You’ve got a lot of en­ergy and you’re keen to talk to oth­ers. By this evening, ex­pect to meet an un­usual per­son or get a sur­prise in­vi­ta­tion to some­place you didn’t ex­pect to go. CAN­CER (June 21-July 22) You’ve been work­ing hard, so lie low if pos­si­ble. With all the in­creased ac­tiv­ity and chaos at home, you need a chance to catch your breath. You’ll en­joy some soli­tude, es­pe­cially in pleas­ant, thumb-suck­ing sur­round­ings. Just take it easy. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Dis­cus­sions with fe­male friends and ac­quain­tances will be up­beat and ex­u­ber­ant. Quite likely, some­one will sur­prise you, es­pe­cially later in the day. You’ve got a lot of driv­ing en­ergy to share with oth­ers, which is why they are at­tracted to you now. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You’re in the lime­light so watch your step and make sure you’re on top of your scene. Oth­ers will no­tice you. You might want to ex­ert your in­flu­ence to co-or­di­nate the ef­forts of oth­ers. Ex­pect a few de­tours late in the day. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) Do some­thing dif­fer­ent. Travel or see some­place you’ve never been be­fore. Talk to peo­ple from other cul­tures. You might want to teach peo­ple some­thing you know. If so, by all means go ahead be­cause Mars will help you keep ev­ery­one riv­eted to your words. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Set aside some time to do some house­keep­ing with red-tape de­tails like insurance mat­ters, taxes, debt, in­her­i­tances and dis­putes about shared prop­erty. This stuff ain’t gonna go away on its own. The sooner you clear it up, the sooner you will feel relieved. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Be tol­er­ant with oth­ers. Be pre­pared to go more than half­way. Ac­tu­ally, you have no choice, but if you act like it wasn’t your idea, you come off look­ing bet­ter. Noth­ing wrong with that. This is good day to lis­ten to what some­one else wants to say. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Many of you will take care of lit­tle de­tails like buy­ing things for pets or shop­ping for hy­giene items for home and fam­ily. It’s that kind of day. You want to tie up loose ends and get things out of the way so that you can go full steam ahead. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) This is the per­fect day to meet some pals for brunch or make a big break­fast for fam­ily. You’re in the mood to have fun and so­cial­ize, es­pe­cially with chil­dren and ro­man­tic part­ners. En­joy sports events, movies, the the­atre and play­ful times with kids. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) This is a great day to hun­ker down at home and read the pa­per over a sec­ond cup of cof­fee. Take it easy if you can be­cause you’ll en­joy co­coon­ing in fa­mil­iar sur­round­ings, es­pe­cially if you’ve got some short­bread to go with that cof­fee. TO­DAY’S BIRTH­DAY Ac­tor Adam Brody (1979) shares your birth­day. You are a clas­sic Sagittarius — up­beat, breezy and friendly. Peo­ple like you. You have big ideas. Your en­thu­si­asm and en­ergy make oth­ers want to be in your pres­ence. The se­cret to your suc­cess is you be­lieve in your­self. (That’s half the bat­tle.) Set aside some time in the com­ing year to study or learn some­thing im­por­tant to you. It will be worth­while.

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