To­day’s Horo­scope

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - LIFE - GE­OR­GIA NICOLS

MOON ALERT Af­ter 4:15 a.m. we have the all clear to do busi­ness (whether $10 or $10 mil­lion) and make im­por­tant de­ci­sions. The moon is in Sagit­tar­ius. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Don’t fall for sales pitches for snake oil or ques­tion­able cult pre­sen­ta­tions. If you meet some­one per­sua­sive stand­ing on a soap­box ex­pand­ing their views, you might fall for what they say. Main­tain a healthy skep­ti­cism and sense of re­al­ity. TAU­RUS (April 20-May 20) This is a poor day to agree to fi­nan­cial mat­ters or any­thing to do with shared property, in­her­i­tances, taxes, debt and in­sur­ance. You might not have all the facts. Some­one might de­ceive you or con­fuse you. Things are not as they ap­pear. GEM­INI (May 21-June 20) Con­ver­sa­tions with oth­ers, es­pe­cially part­ners and close friends, will be like two ships pass­ing in the night. Be aware of this and don’t agree to any­thing im­por­tant. Don’t over­re­act to any­thing that some­one says. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Con­fu­sion re­lated to your work or your health is likely. You might also feel dispir­ited, sad or con­fused. It’s easy to de­ceive yourself and it’s also easy to run away from any­thing you don’t want to deal with or any­one you don’t want to see. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Don’t get your belly in a rash if ro­man­tic re­la­tion­ships seem to be on the skids, or worse, you hear some­thing that makes you doubt your part­ner. All kinds of con­fu­sion are preva­lent. Par­ents should be vig­i­lant with chil­dren, es­pe­cially re­lated to poi­son, drugs and chem­i­cals. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Cut oth­ers some slack be­cause mis­un­der­stand­ings are far too easy. It’s easy to jump the gun and think you know some­thing, when in fact, your facts are in­cor­rect or you’re just wrong. How­ever, people can be de­ceit­ful. LI­BRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) Don’t lis­ten to gos­sip that is work re­lated. Sim­i­larly, be skep­ti­cal about in­for­ma­tion re­lated to your health or your job be­cause an el­e­ment of con­fu­sion and out­right de­cep­tion is strong and per­va­sive. People want to es­cape their wor­ries and have fun. SCOR­PIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Be very care­ful shop­ping (see moon alert above), and for that mat­ter, be care­ful about all de­ci­sions re­lated to cash flow and money be­cause this is a day that is ripe for con­fu­sion and de­cep­tion. If you are han­dling money, count your change and keep your re­ceipts. SAGIT­TAR­IUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) The moon is in your sign at odds with fuzzy Nep­tune. This in­creases con­fu­sion in re­la­tion­ships and ev­ery­day con­ver­sa­tions. It also in­creases self de­cep­tion and your abil­ity to kid yourself. Es­capist ten­den­cies will be strong. CAPRI­CORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) The day is filled with con­fu­sion, de­cep­tion and lies. With all this smoke and mir­rors go­ing on, nat­u­rally, some se­crets will also be re­vealed. Let’s hope they’re not about you be­cause you value your good rep­u­ta­tion. Tread care­fully. Be dis­creet and be tight-lipped. AQUAR­IUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) A fe­male ac­quain­tance might con­fuse you or you might sim­ply be con­fused by what she says. If you think some­thing fishy is go­ing on, it prob­a­bly is. Keep your an­ten­nas sharp. Re­frain from gos­sip and ru­mours. Don’t be quick to be­lieve some­thing that sounds far-fetched or is harm­ful to some­one. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) It’s easy to mis­un­der­stand your boss, par­ent or some­one in author­ity, and vice versa, it’s easy for them to mis­un­der­stand you. Be­cause of all this con­fu­sion back and forth, ob­vi­ously, this is a poor day for im­por­tant dis­cus­sions. TO­DAY’S BIRTH­DAY Ac­tress Drew Bar­ry­more (1975) shares your birth­day. You are de­voted to oth­ers and mean­ing­ful causes. For you, life has more value when you sup­port some­thing mean­ing­ful. You are an ide­al­ist with hu­man­i­tar­ian prin­ci­ples. You also have a strong sense of duty. Be­cause of this, you ex­pect a lot from yourself and oth­ers. Work hard to build or con­struct some­thing this year be­cause your ef­forts will not go un­re­warded.

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