Your Horoscope

-21 JUN AY E M 2

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Peo­ple in­sist­ing that you tidy up your fi­nan­cial af­fairs want what’s best for you. Try not to brush them off with un­grate­ful-sound­ing com­ments. In­stead, think about mak­ing good use of ev­ery­thing you have and own. You could be in dan­ger of al­low­ing more to go to waste than you ever thought pos­si­ble. CAN­CER 22 JUNE – 23 JULY

While there have been many dis­rup­tions on the home or fam­ily front, you’re now en­ter­ing a calmer phase. This is linked to Jupiter mov­ing in a for­ward di­rec­tion once again, en­cour­ag­ing you to make light of the ir­ri­tat­ing lit­tle com­ments or ges­tures of those who sim­ply don’t know any bet­ter.

LEO 24 JULY – 23 AU­GUST

By strik­ing a bet­ter bal­ance be­tween your so­cial life and your deal­ings in the wider world, you’ll make your­self and some­one close very happy. You needn’t steer clear of fur­ther chal­lenges or opt for a quiet life but you should step off the tread­mill oc­ca­sion­ally. You’ve been miss­ing out on what re­ally mat­ters in life.

VIRGO 24 AU­GUST – 23 SEPTEM­BER

An­swer ques­tions posed by peo­ple mak­ing gen­uine en­quiries about your work or other com­mit­ments. But don’t feel obliged to pro­vide de­tails you would nor­mally keep to your­self, and don’t play into the hands of one or two im­pu­dent in­di­vid­u­als.A few blunt re­sponses from you might teach them a les­son about good man­ners.

LIBRA 24 SEPTEM­BER – 23 OC­TO­BER

Col­leagues or com­pan­ions may ques­tion the way you look af­ter your­self. On top of that, a SunNep­tune clash might make you feel you can’t do right in the eyes of other peo­ple. But don’t rise to the bait—con­tinue to do what suits you and be­have as though you don’t care what any­body else thinks or says.

SCORPIO 24 OC­TO­BER – 22 NOVEM­BER

Travel may be on the cards but you can’t make too many plans without in­volv­ing those clos­est to you.You might even be tempted to head for far­away shores at very short no­tice. But oth­ers may have ideas that will clash with yours in a way that could cause a lot of up­sets all round.

SAGITTARIUS 23 NOVEM­BER – 21 DE­CEM­BER

Some­one urg­ing you to think in terms of pooled re­sources has no doubt seen you strug­gling alone. You won’t want to feel you’re be­ing pa­tro­n­ised but your life could be made eas­ier if the two of you join forces.Tell your­self you’ll be work­ing side-by-side and you need not fear be­ing the one who loses out.

CAPRICORN 22 DE­CEM­BER - 20 JAN­UARY

Much as you might agree with those in­sist­ing that you re­spect bud­gets and timeta­bles, you won’t want to feel there’s no wrig­gle-room what­so­ever. Use the Sun’s po­si­tion to Saturn as a means of prov­ing that some sit­u­a­tions call for more struc­tured think­ing than oth­ers. Some­times, a lit­tle flex­i­bil­ity makes all the dif­fer­ence.

AQUARIUS 21 JAN­UARY – 19 FE­BRU­ARY

No one would deny that you have rou­tine obli­ga­tions to man­age but you mustn’t de­prive your­self of all those things that make you smile. Yes, you’ll ben­e­fit from hav­ing worked hard. But you’ll also gain a great deal from spend­ing qual­ity time with one par­tic­u­lar in­di­vid­ual. Let your heart dic­tate, for some of the time at least.

PISCES 20 FE­BRU­ARY – 20 MARCH

En­joy hear­ing that one par­tic­u­lar ar­range­ment is turn­ing out bet­ter than ex­pected. But try not to lose pa­tience with those broad­cast­ing the fact that you’re about to do rather well.Yes, idle gos­sip can be an­noy­ing but it’s bet­ter to ig­nore it than try to si­lence the cul­prits.Why draw even more at­ten­tion to your­self?

ARIES 21 MARCH – 20 APRIL

Tempt­ing though it may be to in­dulge those you love, you must avoid go­ing too far.The Sun col­lud­ing with Jupiter could per­suade you that you can eas­ily af­ford to spend money or be­have in a way that you would nor­mally con­sider to be ir­re­spon­si­ble. Your bank bal­ance and rep­u­ta­tion are worth pro­tect­ing.

TAURUS 21 APRIL – 21 MAY

Those fail­ing to keep to their part of the bar­gain mustn’t be al­lowed to sab­o­tage your plans. Ex­plain how com­mit­ted you are to achiev­ing the best pos­si­ble out­comes with or without the oth­ers.You don’t have to use threats or emo­tional black­mail. Sim­ply state your case and show that you refuse to be beaten.

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