Your Horo­scope

Harper's Bazaar (Singapore) - - CONTENT -

VIRGO AUGUST 24 - SEPTEMBER 23

In­stead of try­ing to steer clear of a ro­man­tic or part­ner­ship prob­lem, pluck up the courage to con­front it. Don’t be con­cerned about the en­su­ing hand-wring­ing or tear­ful out­bursts—the mat­ter must be chal­lenged, even if chaos oc­curs.

LIBRA 24 SEPTEMBER – 23 OC­TO­BER

Col­leagues might in­sist that an am­bi­tious scheme can be made to work per­fectly well.Your in­stincts, how­ever, will tell you other­wise. From 5 September, when the Sun chal­lenges Nep­tune, you must in­sist on see­ing proof that checks and bal­ances are in place, and that your risk-averse at­ti­tude is be­ing re­spected, not ridiculed.

SCORPIO 24 OC­TO­BER – 22 NOVEM­BER

Ro­mance and en­ter­tain­ment will be on your mind. At the same time, some in­trigu­ing news about an op­por­tu­nity will present it­self, when you had as­sumed that this par­tic­u­lar av­enue was closed to you for­ever. Don’t worry about hav­ing to choose be­tween duty and plea­sure. You’ll see im­me­di­ately where your pri­or­i­ties must lie.

SAGITTARIUS 23 NOVEM­BER – 21 DE­CEM­BER

Just as you would like to keep a low pro­file, other peo­ple will draw at­ten­tion to your lat­est achieve­ments. Try not to be un­char­i­ta­ble to­wards those in­di­vid­u­als who gen­uinely think your ef­forts should be ac­knowl­edged. Tell yourself they mean well, and wait to see what un­folds as a re­sult of re­cent events.

CAPRICORN 22 DE­CEM­BER – 20 JANUARY

Some­one whom you have shared good and bad times with may be won­der­ing why you’ve seemed some­what aloof re­cently. Cap­i­talise on Mer­cury com­ing to the end of its lat­est ret­ro­grade phase on 5 September, and strive to be friendly and ap­proach­able as usual.This un­com­mu­nica­tive phase must end.

AQUARIUS 21 JANUARY – 19 FEBRUARY

Dif­fer­ences of opin­ion be­tween yourself and some­one close will soon be over. You should look back on re­cent rows as un­nec­es­sary but, in the end, pretty harm­less. You should also be­gin to fo­cus on prac­ti­cal or fi­nan­cial op­por­tu­ni­ties that the two of you have been ig­nor­ing, hav­ing been dis­tracted by petty ar­gu­ments.

PISCES 20 FEBRUARY – 20 MARCH

As oth­ers ac­knowl­edge the gi­ant strides you have made within a par­tic­u­lar area, you’ll feel in­spired to push yourself even harder. How­ever, you mustn’t do so in a way that makes peo­ple who have achieved far less than yourself feel a sense of shame. En­cour­age them to keep up with you in­stead.

ARIES 21 MARCH – 20 APRIL

As you’ll be deal­ing with some­one mak­ing as­sump­tions about a sit­u­a­tion, dis­cus­sions with the po­ten­tial to be­come con­tro­ver­sial should be ini­ti­ated sooner rather than later. If left till the last week of September, when Jupiter op­poses Uranus, one par­tic­u­lar factor could be­come the cause of a long-term rift or sep­a­ra­tion.

TAURUS 21 APRIL – 21 MAY

Changes within the home may have oc­curred for no ac­count­able rea­son, so you’ll be re­lieved that early in the month, some­one close will arm you with what­ever you want to know in or­der to un­der­stand the sit­u­a­tion bet­ter. Make the most of your an­a­lyt­i­cal fac­ul­ties, which will soon be ra­zor-sharp.

GEMINI 22 MAY – 21 JUNE

It’d be a mis­take to as­sume that the con­tri­bu­tion you’ve made to a par­tic­u­lar set-up has gone un­no­ticed. In fact, in the first week of the month, you could find yourself in the spot­light, be­ing ap­plauded and re­warded by some ex­tremely in­flu­en­tial peo­ple. Your chal­lenge will be to avoid let­ting it go to your head.

CANCER 22 JUNE – 23 JULY

Those with the au­thor­ity to load more re­spon­si­bil­i­ties onto your shoul­ders will try not to over­bur­den you, so don’t let the Sun squar­ing up to Saturn en­cour­age you to ques­tion ev­ery­thing that’s sug­gested and come across as dis­af­fected and hos­tile.You’re deal­ing with peo­ple who know more about fair­ness and equal­ity than you re­alise.

LEO 24 JUNE – 23 AUGUST

You’re about to re­alise that cer­tain in­di­vid­u­als want to hear your views on prac­ti­cal, fi­nan­cial or worldly mat­ters. Make sure that any facts or fig­ures you’re quot­ing are spot-on. Ad­dress one par­tic­u­lar topic that should bring you to the at­ten­tion of those at the top of their field. Be at your best.

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