Baltimore Sun - - ENTERTAINMENT - March 21-April 19 20-May 20 21-June 20 21-July 22 23-Aug. 22 23-Sept. 22 23-Oct. 22 Oct. 23-Nov. 21 22-Dec. 21 22-Jan. 19 Jan. 20-Feb. 18 Feb. 19-March 20 — Tri­bune Me­dia Ser­vices

You may con­sider your­self a rolling stone, but some other stones must be left un­turned. A love re­la­tion­ship can shift un­pre­dictably if you push too hard for progress. Be po­lit­i­cally cor­rect if you must ask per­sonal ques­tions.

Con­cen­trate on main­tain­ing a sense of har­mony with oth­ers. You might find that your home is a bee­hive of ac­tiv­ity. Use your street smarts when you go shop­ping to buy the most durable prod­uct at the best price.

The tried and true has its mer­its. Some­times trav­el­ing in the ruts is the eas­i­est way to reach the des­ti­na­tion. Avoid be­com­ing too im­pa­tient with loved ones who take their time or who refuse to take chances.

Re­li­a­bil­ity and de­pend­abil­ity should be ac­cen­tu­ated if you hope to be pop­u­lar. Show off your best man­ners to im­press oth­ers and win brownie points. Tra­di­tion is in fash­ion, so dis­play a clas­sic look with your own flair.

You can take pride in an abil­ity to deal shrewdly and ef­fi­ciently with any con­tin­gency. You can ap­ply smart busi­ness tac­tics to al­most any sub­ject. This is a great time to fo­cus on your fi­nan­cial se­cu­rity and ca­reer suc­cess.

Some things go to your head. You may be flat­tered if some­one calls upon you to give an opin­ion or ad­vice. Your busi­ness ex­per­tise is at the fore­front so this could be a good time to pur­sue busi­ness or fi­nan­cial as­pi­ra­tions.

Ask and you will re­ceive the an­swer. Glitches are easily de­flected when you are shielded by in­tel­li­gence. You can’t be co­erced or co-opted when you have knowl­edge at your beck and call. A mi­nor dis­agree­ment might set off a chain of events. You may be in­volved in nu­mer­ous so­cial ac­tiv­i­ties. Over the next few days you might re­al­ize that some at­trac­tive ac­quain­tances are not nec­es­sar­ily friends.

You can be grounded yet still make progress. You could be­lieve that the eth­i­cal thing to do is to stick to prin­ci­ples or that al­ter­ing your po­si­tion makes you vul­ner­a­ble. If you are un­wa­ver­ing you will bounce back.

Dis­ci­plined ef­fort and diplo­macy can be your best traits if you choose to dis­play them. You may be en­grossed in some­thing ex­cit­ing and be abrupt. The lat­est techno prod­uct may cre­ate more work than it is worth.

Light­ning-fast re­flexes and log­i­cal think­ing lighten the load. The love of your life may be put off by a ring­side anal­y­sis of some­one’s char­ac­ter flaws. Be a bit less log­i­cal and a bit more easy­go­ing with loved ones.

Don’t get dis­tressed by a few in­con­sid­er­ate peo­ple in a rush. You might be too bash­ful to point out some­one’s rude­ness. Be con­soled by the fact that your good na­ture and good deeds will not go un­re­warded or un­no­ticed. Through­out the next four to five weeks you can make headway with your busi­ness, ca­reer or fi­nan­cial goals. You are shrewd in busi­ness af­fairs and apt to make a good im­pres­sion on a job. Late Septem­ber and early Oc­to­ber is the very best time to set cru­cial plans into mo­tion or to make a ma­jor de­ci­sion that af­fects your fu­ture. This is a good time to ask for ad­vice or fa­vors. Don’t get dis­tracted by so­cial ac­tiv­i­ties or ro­man­tic flings in late Oc­to­ber or Novem­ber. You might easily let your guard down or mis­read the fine print. Hold off un­til Fe­bru­ary to set any other ca­reer plans into mo­tion or to make changes with in­vest­ments.

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