CAPRICORN

Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - Horoscopes -

De­cem­ber 22 – Jan­uary 20 No mat­ter how keen you are to make changes to the home, you must take on board the opin­ions of those less ad­ven­tur­ous than you. If forced to make ad­just­ments that leave every­body feel­ing more con­tented, then that’s what you must do. Some­times we have to ac­cept com­pro­mises. They can work well. Mantra of the month Self-re­spect is the cor­ner­stone of ev­ery­thing you build.

AQUARIUS

Jan­uary 21 – Fe­bru­ary 19 At last you’re see­ing money or a pro­mo­tion in a clearer light. The so­lar eclipse in early Novem­ber will re­move any con­fu­sion pre­vent­ing you from mak­ing an im­por­tant de­ci­sion. But keep one par­tic­u­lar per­son in­volved at ev­ery stage of pro­ceed­ings – you don’t want to of­fend a per­ma­nent source of sup­port. Mantra of the month Re­al­ity can be beaten with enough imag­i­na­tion.

PISCES

Fe­bru­ary 20 – March 20 It might suit you to be more self-in­dul­gent than usual. The down­side is that you’ll arouse envy in peo­ple who may sug­gest you’ve taken ad­van­tage of the sit­u­a­tion. It won’t be easy to de­cide how vig­or­ously to fight back. You can’t take this ly­ing down, how­ever. Find a strong but po­lite way of de­fend­ing your­self. Mantra of the month Feigned in­tel­li­gence is no cam­ou­flage for nat­u­ral stu­pid­ity.

ARIES

March 21 – April 20 Peo­ple will ask end­less ques­tions – es­pe­cially about money – and you’ll won­der whether they’ll ever stop. Try not to ap­pear rude in your re­sponses. They no doubt have a gen­uine in­ter­est in you and your world. But if you re­ally can’t face giv­ing them con­fi­den­tial in­for­ma­tion, you must say so. Mantra of the month In­dif­fer­ence is the great­est threat to our fu­ture.

TAURUS

April 21 – May 21 Al­though it might seem you’ve been ex­tremely re­laxed about cer­tain re­la­tional mat­ters, the Sun’s tie-up with Saturn will em­pha­sise the im­por­tance of ob­serv­ing bound­aries un­der cer­tain cir­cum­stances and urge you to­wards a more se­ri­ous ap­proach. Will you au­to­mat­i­cally be­come a killjoy? Not for a mo­ment. Mantra of the month If you feel a task can­not be done, don’t dis­turb who­ever is do­ing it.

GEMINI

May 22 – June 21 Per­haps you’ve been dis­tracted from a set-up which in­volves you and some­one close want­ing to make amends. That needn’t mean with­draw­ing your sup­port from some­one or some­thing else you care about, but al­lo­cate more time. You’re deal­ing with some­body who is tired of be­ing made to feel sec­ond best. Mantra of the month Why so many of­fers to carry the stool when the pi­ano needs mov­ing?

CAN­CER

June 22 – July 23 Who bet­ter to take charge of an idea or project that re­quires skil­ful and del­i­cate han­dling? Put your­self for­ward and con­vince the peo­ple con­cerned that you have what­ever it takes. If any­one sug­gests you’re too full of your­self or sound­ing over con­fi­dent, let their com­ments go right over your head. Mantra of the month Ev­ery­one makes way for you when you know where you’re go­ing.

LEO

July 24 – Au­gust 23 Try not to lis­ten to those sug­gest­ing there are eas­ier ways for you to earn a liv­ing or do your job. It might be tempt­ing to cut cor­ners but you know that in the long run it will leave you feel­ing dis­sat­is­fied. Apart from that, your rep­u­ta­tion means a lot. Guard it with your life. Mantra of the month Great love and great achieve­ments in­volve great risk.

VIRGO

Au­gust 24 – Septem­ber 23 Those who feel it’s time to be more cre­ative and per­haps dar­ing with re­gard to a joint ven­ture might not see the im­pli­ca­tions of their sug­ges­tions. A Pluto-Uranus clash could in­tro­duce all sorts of com­pli­ca­tions end­ing up with peo­ple fall­ing out with one another. Change is not al­ways for the best. Mantra of the month Tears are words the heart can’t ex­press.

LIBRA

Septem­ber 24 – Oc­to­ber 23 Torn be­tween pro­fes­sional obli­ga­tions and per­sonal com­mit­ments you’ll quickly learn to pri­ori­tise. But don’t make mat­ters more com­pli­cated by leav­ing any­body feel­ing that they’re sec­ond best. You’ve some­how got to find a way to ap­pear to be treat­ing every­body equally – even when you’re not. Mantra of the month A half-baked idea is okay as long as it’s still in the oven.

Bag, Givenchy

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