Earth Sign Rul­ing planet: Saturn

CLEO (Malaysia) - - HOROSCOPE 2014 -


If all goes ac­cord­ing to plan, your ideas will be­come con­crete, bring­ing them to fruition af­ter strug­gling for so long. The early part of the year brings new ac­tiv­i­ties in which you will blos­som and show your tal­ents. Cer­tain peo­ple may be do­ing things you dis­ap­prove of so be care­ful if you don’t want to get in­volved in ar­gu­ments over

mat­ters of prin­ci­ple.


You pre­fer beau­ti­fully cut clas­sic pieces that are la­dy­like with a touch of old-school glam­our. Lux­u­ri­ous

ba­sics like a cashmere sweater, a cream-col­ored silk charmeuse blouse, and tai­lored black pants are y our sta­ples.

Work And Money

Ma­te­rial se­cu­rity is on your mind this year, per­haps to the ex­clu­sion of other con­sid­er­a­tions. This could mean that at work you’ll be more con­cerned with money than with job sat­is­fac­tion or cre­ative ful­fil­ment. There’ll be one busi­ness de­vel­op­ment af­ter another from March to De­cem­ber, and you’ll need a de­tailed day-to-day fore­cast to keep track of all that will be tak­ing place. But fears of loss will be bal­anced by the prom­ise of profit.

At Home

The pres­sure has eased. Your hard shell pro­tects an in­ner self that is soft, sen­si­tive and vul­ner­a­ble in the ex­treme. Of­ten, all that you al­low the world to see is your calm, ca­pa­ble face, not the pow­er­ful, fluc­tu­at­ing emo­tions within. Spring en­hances your com­pas­sion and nur­tur­ing in­stincts, while sum­mer finds you more rest­less and search­ing for ad­ven­tur­ous op­tions over­seas. Au­tumn brings a cau­tious change of gear. Like the crab, you can be snap­pish and your pin­cers can be very tight when you’ve got hold of some­thing you want. Don’t let go – not un­til De­cem­ber.

In Love

Your ro­man­tic stars are on top form – at least un­til Oc­to­ber. As the year pro­gresses, your so­cial life be­gins to catch up with your work – could it be that ro­mance is brew­ing on the pro­fes­sional front? It is cer­tainly in­di­cated that per­sonal re­la­tion­ships will be a crit­i­cal fac­tor in the suc­cess of de­vel­op­ments at work. Sum­mer stars are re­laxed but in­sights into other peo­ple and ro­man­tic life in gen­eral come out of a con­fronta­tion. Like the grain of sand in the oys­ter that pro­duces the pearl, fric­tion also has its own cre­ative po­ten­tial. Love blos­soms in un­ex­pected ar­eas.

El­lie Gould­ing

Kate Moss

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