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ARIES March 21 - April 20 Signs ev­ery­where are telling you to slow down, but you might reck­lessly choose to dis­obey them. You still have plenty to ac­com­plish to­day, and you’re not in the mood to lose mo­men­tum. Un­for­tu­nately, you must reeval­u­ate your strat­egy of de­nial if you find your­self stuck in mud.

TAURUS April 21 - May 21 In­er­tia is not your friend to­day be­cause an ob­ject at rest tends to stay at rest. Iron­i­cally, your thoughts are rac­ing all over the map but there’s so much men­tal ac­tiv­ity that it’s tough to find a place to get started. Ul­ti­mately, you might try to take the easy way out by let­ting time float by.

GEMINI May 22 - June 21 You may feel as if you’re dis­con­nected from the rest of the world to­day, even if noth­ing has changed re­cently. Rather than in­ter­act­ing through so­cial me­dia, you might read other peo­ple’s posts with­out reach­ing out your­self. Don’t waste en­ergy whin­ing about your tem­po­rary iso­la­tion.

CAN­CER June 22 - July 23 You are look­ing at your life through a very sen­si­ble fil­ter to­day. You want to make plans, but are hes­i­tant to push the en­ve­lope now that the prac­ti­cal Taurus Moon is vis­it­ing your 11th House of Long-Term Goals. You’re aware of the widen­ing gulf be­tween your vi­sions and re­al­ity.

LEO July 24 - Au­gust 23 You wish to be known as a re­li­able re­source in your com­mu­nity. In fact, the de­ter­mined Taurus Moon’s pres­ence in 10th House of Pub­lic Re­spon­si­bil­ity in­di­cates you might just get what you want. It may take more time than you ex­pect, since earn­ing re­spect doesn’t hap­pen overnight.

VIRGO Au­gust 24 - Septem­ber 23 You’re in­spired by the sim­plest dreams now. You are more ex­cited about a goal that is eas­ily at­tain­able than by un­re­al­is­tic fan­tasies that are be­yond your reach. But imag­in­ing a pleas­ant ex­pe­ri­ence isn’t enough to bring you sat­is­fac­tion; you still must take the ini­tia­tive to make it hap­pen.

LIBRA Septem­ber 24 - Oc­to­ber 23 You be­lieve that a suc­cess­ful re­la­tion­ship re­quires both peo­ple to be equal par­tic­i­pants. But some­times sub­tle in­equities can pull a part­ner­ship out of bal­ance. You may be en­tan­gled in such a del­i­cate sit­u­a­tion now, and want to un­der­stand your role so you can im­prove the dy­nam­ics.

SCORPIO Oc­to­ber 24 - November 22 It’s an­noy­ing when others be­have as if they have all the an­swers, es­pe­cially if you can see through the façade. A break­through is likely if you ap­proach the sit­u­a­tion from a fresh per­spec­tive. Ge­orge Bernard Shaw wrote, “Those who can­not change their minds can­not change any­thing.”

SAGITTARIUS November 23 - De­cem­ber 21 You seek ways to en­gage your friends in con­ver­sa­tions about your fu­ture. Al­though you like the idea of brain­storm­ing, the back-to-ba­sics Taurus Moon is vis­it­ing your 6th House of Lo­gis­tics, re­quir­ing you to at­tend to the de­tails. Striv­ing for bal­ance sounds like a wise pur­suit.

CAPRICORN De­cem­ber 22 - Jan­uary 20 Al­though re­al­is­tic plan­ning usu­ally brings sat­is­fac­tion, some­thing about it doesn’t work. The steady Taurus Moon falls in your 5th House of Play, but her stress­ful as­pects make it dif­fi­cult for you to re­lax and en­joy life. There are facets of the day you can change and those you can­not.

AQUARIUS Jan­uary 21 - Fe­bru­ary 19 Al­though you don’t want to wait for all the won­ders of the fu­ture to ar­rive, you have no choice but to take the only route that goes there. For­tu­nately, you’re also oddly fas­ci­nated with the sta­tus quo and are quite sat­is­fied to re­main in the present while it lasts. Un­wrap se­crets of hap­pi­ness.

PISCES Fe­bru­ary 20 - March 20 You need to be sur­rounded by peo­ple who can hold up their end of a con­ver­sa­tion. You won’t be sat­is­fied with runof-the-mill dis­cus­sions about mun­dane events. An un­easy col­lab­o­ra­tion be­tween pro­gres­sive Uranus and spir­i­tual Nep­tune lures thoughts into un­charted mys­ti­cal wa­ters.

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