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Some bat­tles should be left un­fought. Avoid drag­ging oth­ers into point­less ar­gu­ments, as there will be no win­ner. Give in to the urge to try some­thing new and dif­fer­ent on the so­cial scene.

Demon­strate sol­i­dar­ity with loved ones. Some­one might de­cide that the grass is greener else­where if you point out dif­fer­ences. This could be a great night to grow closer to a loved one.

Plan now, act later. You may feel poised on the brink of mak­ing your dreams come true, but this is a bet­ter time for care­ful thought and con­tem­pla­tion than for spur-of-the-mo­ment ac­tions.

Home is where the heart and hot dogs are. Spend qual­ity time with friends and fam­ily with a cook­out or pic­nic. Your per­son­al­ity is glow­ing and you’re likely to make loved ones smile.

Those who are brash of­ten lash out. You may be tempted to lose your tem­per over some­thing friv­o­lous, or if you feel that your au­thor­ity is chal­lenged. Fo­cus on fam­ily fun and un­con­di­tional love.

You may be your own worst en­emy. You may grav­i­tate to­ward risky or dan­ger­ous ac­tiv­i­ties rather than stick­ing to the safest path. Put your pri­or­i­ties in or­der and stick to the pro­gram.

Do­ing the same old thing is old hat. Don’t let a brief bout of bore­dom ruin your happy thoughts. Your ob­vi­ous trust­wor­thi­ness will win the day when try­ing to nail down specifics of an agree­ment. Love and af­fec­tion are on the up- swing, but busi­ness is down. You may be ready to seal the deal while other par­ties drag their feet. Ex­pect de­lays and un­cer­tainty with fi­nan­cial af­fairs.

Yes­ter­day’s fix­a­tion could be to­day’s drudgery. Con­tin­u­ing to work on a project with­out a break may bog you down in a rut. Let a trusted friend act as an es­cort to ex­plore new hori­zons.

New friends are sil­ver but old friends are gold. You might be filled with a pas­sion for shop­ping, but you will find more hap­pi­ness in so­cial af­fairs. Keep in touch with true-blue peo­ple.

The ring­ing phone must be an­swered. A few in­vi­ta­tions or pleas­ant sur­prises might ar­rive. It will pay off to be thrift-con­scious or to take cost-cut­ting mea­sures when shop­ping.

Get ev­ery­thing nice and neat be­fore you take a seat. The TV and sofa might look invit­ing, but they will wel­come you bet­ter once you have all your house­hold chores out of the way. Am­bi­tion might be your mid­dle name, but it en­tails ex­tra work and ef­fort be­tween now and early De­cem­ber. Do not ini­ti­ate any new obli­ga­tions or take chances by com­ing in late or miss­ing dead­lines. In Jan­uary and Fe­bru­ary your shrewd busi­ness sense will give you an ad­van­tage in any en­ter­prise, but you will need to fight off a ten­dency to be ar­gu­men­ta­tive or overly com­pet­i­tive. You will have the nec­es­sary tal­ent to make ca­reer and fi­nan­cial suc­cess a re­al­ity and is an ex­cel­lent time to put busi­ness plans and fi­nan­cial ideas into mo­tion. Late March is a good time to make cru­cial de­ci­sions, launch key en­ter­prises, or to ask for fa­vors from higher-ups.

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