YOUR HORO­SCOPE WITH Justin Toper

Harefield Gazette - - LEISURE -

CAPRICORN DE­CEM­BER 22 - JAN­UARY 20

You start the week con­fi­dent, smart, and busi­nesslike. Think your luck has changed? It has. You should even man­age to straighten out the fam­ily bud­get on Thurs­day. Then it’s a time of deals and dou­ble deals. The only spoke in the wheel, de­pends who signs the cheques. Ask nicely.

AQUARIUS JAN­UARY 21 - FE­BRU­ARY 19

You will be hard to catch, and play­ing even harder to get. What you ex­pe­ri­ence, par­tic­u­larly around Thurs­day is less of a chase, and more of a race to get to first base. Not since Harry met Sally has there been such a bet­ter match. At least, per­fect for each other.

PISCES FE­BRU­ARY 20 - MARCH 20

Pre­oc­cu­pied with some un­fin­ished busi­ness, you may de­cide to put aside more mun­dane de­mands. There is much to be done after mid­week, even if you find your­self drown­ing un­der the weight of ex­pec­ta­tion. Stretched to the limit, and yet what you pull out the hat is such a bless­ing.

ARIES MARCH 21 - APRIL 20

Don’t be a sissy, they won’t bite. How you are sup­posed to know who is right, it’s all about chem­istry. Ex­pect a dizzy­ing ar­ray of ac­tiv­i­ties, par­tic­u­larly on Thurs­day, even if the usual sus­pects are present. Whom you won’t miss. After that, it won’t hurt to ex­pe­ri­ence a real kiss.

TAU­RUS APRIL 21 - MAY 21

After hav­ing your worst cri­sis of con­fi­dence, you start this week with a flour­ish. You might think twice about be­ing so neg­a­tive. What you ex­pe­ri­ence after mid­week is less of a blight on your pri­vate life, or ca­reer. More a pos­i­tive state­ment of in­tent. And a white­wash of fear.

GEMINI MAY 22 - JUNE 21

A time of pos­i­tive en­coun­ters, and then again heart stop­ping mo­ments. Things will gather pace, and there could be a sharp in­take of breath when news or even faces re-sur­faces. You can’t keep this to your­self. Nei­ther can any­one else for that mat­ter. Edge of your seat stuff.

CAN­CER JUNE 22 - JULY 22

After a do­mes­tic hia­tus, it’s busi­ness as usual. This lat­est ven­ture, and there’s lots rid­ing on it, is a sur­pris­ing win­ner. Like Heinz beans, It does what is says on the tin. Rather akin to a big bar­gain base­ment. A re­turn to favour is as­sured around Thurs­day. Seize the mo­ment.

LEO JULY 23 - AU­GUST 22

A lit­tle hard to fo­cus at the mo­ment. So, thank good­ness, the pace has slowed down, to a snail’s pace. Do you feel your life is caught at the cross­roads? There will be a flurry of ex­cite­ment around Thurs­day. Re­ally and truly, a last re­sort roll of the dice.

VIRGO AU­GUST 23 - SEPTEM­BER 22

An­tic­i­pate a boat­load of of­fers, so fill your boots. Even if you feel ex­ploited, you won’t shoot your­self in the foot. Be­come health con­scious. Not be­cause of any im­pend­ing doom. A touch of the Satur­day night fevers, which is when the Full Moon takes place. Such ex­pectancy too.

LIBRA SEPTEM­BER 23 - OC­TO­BER 23

Your per­sonal world is about to ex­plode. A good thing, hav­ing been in the dol­drums. As dull as a lo­cal anes­thetic. What you can ex­pects are a few heart pound­ing mo­ments after mid­week, aside from do­ing the usual so­cial rounds. They say friends are for­ever. Not all are very love­able.

SCORPIO OC­TO­BER 24 - NOVEM­BER 22

A me­te­oric rise to suc­cess, with­out any ef­fort. Not un­til Thurs­day, when the Sun links up with Uranus, will the pace be­come more fran­tic, and you are di­verted to an­other of­fice or ad­dress. Not quite in the dog­house. In fact, you should be tick­led pink by oth­ers fall from grace.

SAGITTARIUS NOVEM­BER 23 - DE­CEM­BER 21

You should be bright eyed, and pant­ing with ex­cite­ment. The end of the week could be punc­tu­ated with many de­tours, twists of fate, and you’re a bit like the ac­ci­den­tal tourist. Not that you are averse to travel, or come out of hi­ber­na­tion, if the sit­u­a­tion dic­tates. And it does.

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