To ask a question is not a huge task. Clarify even the most obscure details with a simple phone call or a walk down the hall and a knock on a door. Don’t guess at the bank balance; take the time to check every transaction.
Mixing business with pleasure can be a lot like mixing oil and water. This isn’t a good time to hunt for a new hookup or to convince someone to participate in a business deal. Sit tight for the moment.
You might be sent to your room without your dinner. You might benefit from the time alone. You might not see eye to eye with others for a few days, but conditions and the mood will improve over the weekend.
Take a break from tension and turmoil. A loved one may be too busy to give you the attention you expect. Don’t hold your breath waiting for an apology. Fill your spare time with word games or other mental challenges.
If you work hard, you will have time to play hard. You may need all the organizational skills you can muster to meet deadlines and responsibilities. Put a decision about a major purchase on the back burner for now.
Some things are best left unsaid. It isn’t necessary to react to every word or deed, especially when you are burdened with too much to do. Rather than giving a knee-jerk response, take the time to give a thoughtful answer.
The key to getting through the day is to work amiably and productively with others. You may not receive glowing reviews, but you can earn respect through hard work. Work through your lunch break to meet deadlines. Your financial situation will appear in a better light by next week. Right now your spending habits may provoke someone’s disapproval. You may mean well, but should refrain from making crucial decisions.
You will only reap what you sow. The lack of an enthusiastic response from someone may be due to an exacting or critical attitude on your part. Everything will work out for the best if you remain polite and considerate.
Don’t be frustrated by a lack of cooperation. Remain observant of the conventions and sensitive to the feelings of others. Hold off on wheeling and dealing but lay groundwork for the future negotiations.
Ask no questions and you will hear no lies. Focus on being a stickler for politeness and propriety. You aren’t likely to receive positive feedback from loved ones or those in charge if you skip common courtesies.
Mind your own business as well as your manners. You won’t be disappointed if you have low expectations of others. Don’t start anything of importance. This might be a good time to stand on your own two feet. Remember that some clouds have silver linings. Between now and the end of September you may need to tread water just to stay afloat. Honor existing obligations, but don’t undertake any new ones or add new financial obligations. By October you will be ready for a change, but you won’t get a free ride or any favors that don’t have strings attached. The answers to your prayers may appear in December. That is the best time to initiate important new plans or when you could receive beneficial offers from out of the blue. If you want to change jobs, make a career move, or find a soul mate, early February looks promising.