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Australian Women’s Weekly NZ - - ASTROLOGY SPECIAL -

A les­son learnt last year will be use­ful in 2017. Bar­gains and wind­falls are com­ing your way.

Sep 24-Oct 23

Love From March 27 to May 16 the story with your for­mer, cur­rent or po­ten­tial part­ner will go back­wards and for­wards. Al­low for pa­per­work er­rors, de­lays or com­mu­ni­ca­tion mis­fires. Near May 19 and June 3, you will make de­ci­sions that in­flu­ence the rest of the year. This is the last year of a long les­son about in­de­pen­dence within a part­ner­ship, or free­dom as a sin­gle per­son. You’re ex­chang­ing pre­dictabil­ity for more space in your life. Ca­reer A very long cy­cle af­fect­ing work, univer­sity or par­ent­ing has taught you about ob­serv­ing strict bound­aries with friend­ship, love and your ca­reer. You’ve also learned a lot about peo­ple with drug or al­co­hol is­sues, or those who cross the line. This year that les­son is use­ful in the pe­riod Jan­uary to March. You will also love an as­pect of your job or daily life which is an es­cape from the real world. Fam­ily From now un­til Jan­uary 27 there will be com­pli­ca­tions with Christ­mas or hol­i­day ar­range­ments, so have a plan B. Try to con­clude im­por­tant fam­ily plans by De­cem­ber 20, as from that date life is hard work and de­ci­sions about rel­a­tives and prop­erty in par­tic­u­lar will take longer than usual. What hap­pened with the chil­dren or younger rel­a­tives in your world in 1999 or 2000? Ex­pect a re­turn, so the chap­ter can be closed. Fi­nance From Oc­to­ber 10 you be­gin a life-chang­ing cy­cle for fi­nances and prop­erty when it pays to read the fi­nan­cial head­lines. You will find stun­ning bar­gains or see wind­falls, new in­come or other ben­e­fits (start­ing in Oc­to­ber) with a great agree­ment near Novem­ber 13. From that point the ben­e­fits don’t stop. As you make or save money – by a gain in your prop­erty value, for ex­am­ple – seek the best ad­vice you can af­ford about the fi­nan­cial fu­ture.

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