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 Jan. 20-Feb. 18 19-March 20 — Tri­bune Me­dia Ser­vices

All the oldies were not good­ies. A tra­di­tional set­ting or old-fash­ioned tech­niques might feel like a strait­jacket. You pre­fer the lat­est fads and to stay in touch with con­tem­po­rary thought.

Your so­cial skills are in de­mand. You can ma­neu­ver for­ward adeptly in group sit­u­a­tions. Is­sues re­volv­ing around trust and money may cause a brief flurry of mis­un­der­stand­ing.

United we stand, di­vided we fall. Ask­ing for a con­sen­sus might not be your choice, but could pre­vent mis­un­der­stand­ings. If you are a good lis­tener you might hear what you want to hear.

With en­ergy and en­thu­si­asm you can ex­cel. But you must use com­mon sense be­fore you in­vest your money. When in doubt ask for ad­vice from a loved one or a suc­cess­ful pro­fes­sional.

Take a back seat to the leader of the pack. You may be ac­cus­tomed to be­ing in charge, but it isn’t nec­es­sary to charge for­ward. Re­mem­ber that your opin­ion is merely one of many.

Off­set ag­gres­sive in­cli­na­tions with a dis­play of good sports­man­ship. Com­pet­ing with oth­ers for the at­ten­tion of the boss or pres­tige might cause con­flict. Play by the rules and re­main fair-minded.

Cir­cu­late, don’t per­co­late. Put per­sonal pas­sions on the back burner. This week­end it will pay off to re­main open-minded and stay at arm’s length from a steamy ro­man­tic en­counter. Net­work­ing can be­come your niche. A few words in the right ear can do the trick. You hit high notes in the work­place, so com­bine busi­ness with plea­sure to end up in a win-win po­si­tion.

Neg­a­tiv­ity only plants seeds that sprout dis­con­tent. In­stead of al­low­ing worry to flour­ish, think of ways to main­tain health and abun­dance. Avoid mak­ing waves where fam­ily mem­bers are con­cerned.

Do the voodoo that only you do. Your ob­jec­tiv­ity, in­tense self-dis­ci­pline and or­ga­ni­za­tional skills could put you at the head of the pack. Dead­lines should be met promptly to hold your own.

Less is more. Let your in­ner ef­fi­ciency shine. You can find ways to waste less time on things that don’t fat­ten your piggy bank and more time pur­su­ing the things that do.

Don’t be cryptic or abrupt. Be sure to get cru­cial de­tails ironed out with oth­ers be­fore mis­un­der­stand­ings get a toe­hold and mul­ti­ply. Loved ones are more than will­ing to ac­cept an apol­ogy. Through­out Septem­ber, Oc­to­ber and Novem­ber you had best keep your nose to the grind­stone and steer clear of mak­ing de­ci­sions or changes. A mag­nif­i­cent ob­ses­sion can be re­al­ized by the end of the year through hard work and ded­i­ca­tion if you re­main re­al­is­tic and aren’t side­tracked by wish­ful think­ing. March is a good time to make key de­ci­sions or put im­por­tant plans into mo­tion. That is when nu­mer­ous chances to im­prove your lot in life might come your way and your judg­ment is bet­ter than usual.

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