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CAPRICORN DE­CEM­BER 22 - JAN­UARY 20 De­spite your sus­pi­cions that oth­ers are un­trust­wor­thy, there was no trick­ery in­volved. What is re­vealed as this week gets un­der­way should make you feel de­cid­edly less anx­ious. Now it’s time to work out what to do next. A bril­liant Full Moon on Wed­nes­day in­di­cates a wel­come break from the past. AQUARIUS JAN­UARY 21 - FE­BRU­ARY 19 Three’s a crowd, and re­cent de­vel­op­ments were ob­vi­ously up­set­ting. Friend or foe. How­ever what hap­pens early this week should en­able you to broaden your hori­zons and so­cial group. Who knows what you will be roped into? Af­ter which, per­sonal money mat­ters are stressed, though the deals on of­fer vary greatly. PISCES FE­BRU­ARY 20 - MARCH 20 You might be suf­fer­ing from hurt or in­jured pride. You owe it to your­self to do far bet­ter, even if oth­ers are against you. But what you are of­fered on Mon­day is far more ac­cept­able. While the Full Moon on Wed­nes­day is de­ci­sion time re­gard­ing new do­mes­tic ar­range­ment. Em­brace it. ARIES MARCH 21 - APRIL 20 De­spite the best pos­si­ble planning, things have gone slightly awry. In fact, an amaz­ing as­pect in­volv­ing Uranus in Aries on Mon­day sug­gests that ev­ery­thing should line up per­fectly, and you’re keen to move for­ward. There could be some be­hind the scenes ac­tiv­ity around mid­week. Just one more bridge to cross. TAURUS APRIL 21 - MAY 21 You may be feel­ing ripped off again or out of pocket. Sim­ply agree to oth­ers terms or con­di­tions. If any­thing, you could save your­self a small for­tune. Mean­while. The Full Moon on Wed­nes­day ought to be a sweet ex­pe­ri­ence. Get­ting a friend back won’t be dif­fi­cult, if they apol­o­gise. GEMINI MAY 22 - JUNE 21 You might be strug­gling to main­tain a re­la­tion­ship. A sep­a­ra­tion is out of the ques­tion. Yet, you should man­age to co-ex­ist peace­fully, while still re­spect­ing an­other lov­ing part­ner. The Full Moon in Gemini on Wed­nes­day will force you to fi­nally ac­knowl­edge your feel­ings. It won’t be as hard as you think. CAN­CER JUNE 22 - JULY 22 As a rule you are fairly re­silient. For some rea­son you may be find­ing it hard to muster up any en­ergy- let alone keep up with con­stant de­mands. But rest as­sured, what hap­pens next will give you more en­ergy and de­ter­mi­na­tion. Also sit back and en­joy what you have achieved. LEO JULY 23 - AU­GUST 22 You seem deeply up­set. That doesn’t mean the love has gone. Nor pull away. What you ex­pe­ri­ence early this week will sat­isfy your emo­tional needs and lead you on some kind of pur­suit. You may have to keep your dis­tance on Wed­nes­day. You and one per­son are no longer friends. VIRGO AU­GUST 23 - SEPTEM­BER 22 How to keep the fam­ily happy af­ter what hap­pened is a con­cern. At least, what is now jointly agreed will boost your fi­nan­cial se­cu­rity, even if it’s all tied up in your house. The Full Moon around mid­week could make you more suc­cess­ful, if you choose to make the ef­fort. LIBRA SEPTEM­BER 23 - OC­TO­BER 23 Re­cent events may have up­set your best laid plans. These things hap­pen. What is dis­cussed early this week should make you light­headed. Let oth­ers make all the nec­es­sary ar­range­ments. What could go wrong? De­spite hav­ing to make a de­tour around Wed­nes­day’s Full Moon, you will soon be on your way. SCORPIO OC­TO­BER 24 - NOVEM­BER 22 You are not the only Scorpio who is feel­ing the pinch or cash strapped. For­tu­nately, there is a way out. A debt will be low­ered or re­moved this week. Though you hadn’t cal­cu­lated on all this hard work. For you, what is signed or sealed on Wed­nes­day is the real deal. SAGITTARIUS NOVEM­BER 23 - DE­CEM­BER 21 This hasn’t been a jolly time per­son­ally. Maybe you need to be alone. How­ever, a marvellous link be­tween the Sun in Sagittarius and Uranus on Mon­day is in­te­gral to your hap­pi­ness, sur­pris­ingly you feel un­der­stood. All types of re­la­tion­ships are stressed around mid­week- some mean­ing­ful, oth­ers not so much.

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