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YOUR HORO­SCOPES FOR THE WEEK OC­TO­BER 9-15

New Zealand Woman’s Weekly - - THIS WEEK IN... -

SCORPIO

Oct 24 – Nov 22

Not every­one needs to know what is go­ing on in your mind. In fact, the fewer peo­ple who know, the bet­ter. That way no­body can dis­tract you and no­body can tell you how they think it should be done. You do have some plans and there is a lit­tle more work needed be­fore you will be en­tirely happy.

SAGITTARIUS

Nov 23 – Dec 22 A cer­tain sit­u­a­tion is not your fault, but you will be the one who does the peace­mak­ing. You are not go­ing to waste your time keep­ing up an ar­gu­ment with some­body whom you know will not agree with you, ever. This will earn you some gold stars from man­agers or who­ever is in charge.

CAPRICORN

Dec 23 – Jan 20

Have a treat, you de­serve it. It is not just about re­ward­ing your­self for a job well done, but ac­knowl­edg­ing you are worth hav­ing the best you can af­ford for your­self. There is some kind of pro­mo­tion and you need to look your best and feel your best. Do what­ever it takes to feel amaz­ing.

AQUARIUS

Jan 21 – Feb 19

There is some­thing a lit­tle dif­fer­ent this week, but you might not be able to put your fin­ger on it! There is a light­ness of en­ergy and there seems to be no wor­ries or is­sues to speak of. It will be a has­sle-free time with the pos­si­bil­ity of a lit­eral “win” to­wards the end of the week.

LIBRA

Sept 24 - Oct 23 Ex­cited, ex­hausted and lots to do. You are lov­ing ev­ery minute of it, so don’t hold back. There is some kind of ad­ven­ture or project that you have been look­ing for­ward to and it could have an el­e­ment of travel in it as well. The op­por­tu­ni­ties to throw cau­tion to the wind and let your­self go are few and far be­tween. It is a great time to let go of all those pent-up en­er­gies.

PISCES

Feb 20 – Mar 20

Your plans may be dis­rupted through no fault of your own. If you are trav­el­ling, make sure you have travel in­sur­ance and the tick­ets are trans­fer­able. Mother Na­ture can be a force to be reck­oned with and there is noth­ing worse than hav­ing to stay in an air­port overnight.

ARIES

Mar 21 – Apr 20

There is a song that says “put a ring on it”. This is kind of where you are in a re­la­tion­ship at the mo­ment and, if your lover is not on board, you may sail off on your own. You are not in­clined to wait around for them. There is new love just around the cor­ner and it is not you who loses out.

TAU­RUS

Apr 21 – May 21

It is go­ing to be a week of hard work and you may not feel quite up to the task. It is more a case of you not be­ing in­ter­ested in the job be­cause it isn’t chal­leng­ing enough. A change in at­ti­tude would be a wise move. Put your ear­phones on, turn on your favourite mu­sic and get the work done.

GEMINI

May 22 – Jun 21

There is a re­quest com­ing your way to rep­re­sent a group. If there is any type of com­pe­ti­tion in play here, you will win hands down. In fact, it is a win­ning week. You win the money, the com­pe­ti­tion and even win a heart! You will be asked to do this again and it could be­come a reg­u­lar thing.

CAN­CER

Jun 22 – Jul 23

Plan­ning is high on your list, es­pe­cially when it comes to fi­nances. You are close to achiev­ing a big fi­nan­cial goal and you do not want to go back­wards now. It is time to push the en­ve­lope a lit­tle bit fur­ther. Save a lit­tle more money, tighten the belt for a few days and that will get you over the line.

LEO

Jul 24 – Aug 23

It is all very sim­ple this week – break every­thing down to its sim­plest form and get on with it. There is a great deal to do and you have to get through it all by Fri­day. Write up your list of tasks, work through the list and del­e­gate what you can. Don’t bunny hop from one thing to another.

VIRGO

Aug 24 – Sep 23 Ac­knowl­edge that you have com­mit­ted your­self to some­thing and now is the time to see it through. When you first agreed to do some­thing a cou­ple of months ago, it did not seem like such a hard task, but now it seems to be a marathon. You keep your prom­ises and will feel good when it is over.

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