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March 21 - April 19 The good old days may not have been all that great. Touch­ing base with a long-lost friend may soon re­mind you why you fell out of touch. The surest way to get oth­ers to pitch in is to be en­thu­si­as­tic this week.

April 20 - May 20 A watched pot never boils. Be pa­tient and find con­struc­tive ways to keep your­self oc­cu­pied rather than fever­ishly await­ing im­por­tant re­sults. A fam­ily prob­lem may con­sume more time than nec­es­sary this week.

May 21 - June 20 Leave well enough alone this week. It may be bet­ter to al­low a sit­u­a­tion to go un­re­solved rather than to force a poorly con­ceived so­lu­tion. You may find that is eas­ier to get co­op­er­a­tion later in the week.

June 21 - July 22 Turn the other cheek. Don't take a loved one's bad mood per­son­ally as the root of their trou­bles likely has noth­ing to do with you. Mat­ters of the heart may be stuck in neu­tral as this week un­folds.

July 23 - Aug. 22 Make no as­sump­tions. Un­ex­pected events or some­one chang­ing their mind at the last sec­ond could throw your plans out of whack in the week ahead. Be sure to act like a pro­fes­sional when han­dling busi­ness mat­ters.

Aug. 23 - Sept. 22 Don't take any­thing for granted. Some­one may not re­act to a sit­u­a­tion as you ex­pect so be sure to dis­cuss your in­ten­tions be­fore act­ing. Un­nec­es­sary sus­pi­cions may cause fric­tion in the week ahead.

Sept. 23 - Oct. 22 Take things se­ri­ously. Mak­ing light of a bad sit­u­a­tion to ease ten­sions may rub cer­tain peo­ple the wrong way, so pro­ceed with cau­tion. The com­ing week may pro­vide fer­tile ground for fi­nances. Oct. 23 - Nov. 21 Don't spread your­self too thin. Oth­ers may try to "guilt" you into tak­ing on tasks that will make their lives eas­ier but only bring you added headaches. Keep your own bases cov­ered ahead of all else.

Nov. 22 - Dec. 21 Good ideas are worth­less if they merely stay in your head. Even if noth­ing comes of it, keep a writ­ten log of your thoughts for fu­ture ref­er­ence. This week you may get a chance to be the leader.

Dec. 22 - Jan. 19 Clean up the clut­ter. Keep­ing some­thing around "for old time's sake" may sim­ply be us­ing up space that would be bet­ter oc­cu­pied by some­thing else. Your judg­ment may be bet­ter later in the week.

Jan. 20 - Feb. 18 Don't over­es­ti­mate your abil­i­ties. While you may think that you are be­ing charm­ing, some­one else may find it an­noy­ing. At­tempts to make a good im­pres­sion may fail un­less you are to­tally hon­est this week.

Feb. 19 - March 204 If it hasn't worked for you in the past, stop do­ing it. Mak­ing changes to your ap­proach in the week ahead could make things eas­ier for you in the long run. Have a lit­tle faith that things will work out for the best. Your job, busi­ness or fi­nances could be of prime im­por­tance as the next two to three weeks un­fold. Right now, you have the ex­per­tise and en­ergy to ex­e­cute shrewd strate­gies, but by the be­gin­ning of Novem­ber your de­sire for ma­te­rial gain could in­ter­fere with other im­por­tant per­sonal ac­tiv­i­ties. You may be called upon to par­tic­i­pate in group meet­ings in Novem­ber that cre­ate in­ter­rup­tions, so you will need to pri­or­i­tize your time. You may be placed un­der in­creas­ing pres­sure to per­form dur­ing De­cem­ber and Jan­uary. Al­though your am­bi­tions are high this is not a good time to be­gin any­thing new or to start a new busi­ness. March might be a good month for a re­lax­ing va­ca­tion or a ro­man­tic get­away. Late June is the very best time to make cru­cial de­ci­sions or to put your most im­por­tant plans into mo­tion. — Tri­bune Me­dia Ser­vices

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