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

Pre­ci­sion is the key word. In­vent the best “new you” by fo­cus­ing on more re­al­is­tic goals. Pur­sue hob­bies that re­quire a del­i­cate touch or re­turn to a side­line that failed and fig­ure out your mis­takes.

It is in­sane to think you can gain with­out pain. Flex some mus­cles with vig­or­ous phys­i­cal ac­tiv­ity. Use your store­house of en­ergy to run a marathon or fo­cus on de­vel­op­ing some long-term mon­ey­mak­ing projects.

Get a re­la­tion­ship back on track. Make peace of­fer­ings to some­one who has had ruf­fled feath­ers and it won’t be re­fused. Be seen by those who can boost your pub­lic image by min­gling at bar­be­cues or lo­cal so­cial events.

Make sure to brew enough tea for two. In­vite a friend along on an ex­cur­sion, sight­see­ing trip or shop­ping ex­pe­di­tion. Your ex­pe­ri­ence will be twice as en­joy­able with some­one else along to share in the fun.

Some per­sonal ex­changes may fea­ture a re­hash of prob­lems or gos­sip. The best rem­edy is some vig­or­ous out­door ac­tiv­ity. Har­mony will be re­stored with a lit­tle ef­fort on your part.

Work­ing on the week­end isn’t for the weak-hearted. An ex­tra cup of cof­fee might be needed to stir up the en­ergy to move for­ward. Leave the past be­hind and re­build trust that has been com­pro­mised by mis­un­der­stand­ings.

Wan­der wher­ever the wind takes you. This is a good day for long walks, bike rides or a com­pet­i­tive sport. Out­door ac­tiv­i­ties, sports or ex­er­cise could lead to amorous thoughts or a ro­man­tic in­ter­lude.

Pump it up. The tires of your so­cial cir­cle might be flat. By the end of the day your en­gage­ment cal­en­dar may be filled again. Search for free events in the com­mu­nity so that you won’t put a dent in the bud­get.

Get out and about. Fresh air and sun­shine are the per­fect an­ti­dote to a rash of prob­lems. Re­store your joy in life by par­tic­i­pat­ing in a friendly sports com­pe­ti­tion or a walk in the woods with some­one you ad­mire.

Dis­cus­sions pro­vide an op­por­tu­nity to make amends or ac­cept apolo­gies. Avoid a ten­dency to go around in cir­cles with­out com­ing to a sat­is­fac­tory con­clu­sion. Keep long term goals in fo­cus as frus­tra­tions will fade soon.

Throw cau­tion to the wind and take off on an ad­ven­ture. You may spend a lit­tle money, but you’ll be sure to en­joy ev­ery penny. This is a good time to mend fences and to re­store har­mony with a loved one.

Put a pos­i­tive spin on a prob­lem. Turn a dis­ad­van­tage into an as­set by ask­ing for ad­vice from oth­ers. Your good taste is back in place, so this may be a good time to make rea­son­able house­hold or dec­o­ra­tive pur­chases. Dur­ing the next five to six weeks take care of ex­ist­ing obli­ga­tions to the best of your abil­ity but don’t sign con­tracts, add to your debt load or be­gin any im­por­tant new project. In Oc­to­ber and Novem­ber your en­ergy lev­els are high, so this is a good time to start an ex­er­cise pro­gram or join a health club. New friends and group ac­tiv­i­ties will bring you a great deal of sat­is­fac­tion. Lie low in De­cem­ber and avoid new hookups and in­vest­ments, be­cause your judg­ment is off base about peo­ple and fi­nances. By Au­gust your street smarts and street “cred” hit a high note. For the best suc­cess, plan to start new en­ter­prises, move­toanewhome, or start a new job in early Jan­uary. Who­ever, or what­ever, en­ters your life in Novem­ber could be ex­tremely ben­e­fi­cial over the long term.

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