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Make your­self avail­able. Don’t get so wrapped up in your own thing that you have no time for oth­ers, whether it be of­fer­ing a co-worker a help­ing hand or just say­ing hi to an old pal. New ac­quain­tances may prove in­ter­est­ing.

You can’t win for los­ing. If you choose a side, some­one will take the op­pos­ing view, but if you stay neu­tral, some­one will crit­i­cize you for be­ing non­com­mit­tal. Let ev­ery­one sort out prob­lems on their own.

Lis­ten with an ob­jec­tive ear. Pay at­ten­tion when advice is of­fered. If you only hear what you want to hear, you’ll miss the most im­por­tant part. Take care of your own busi­ness con­sci­en­tiously.

There’s a rea­son there are locks on doors. You’ll ex­cel in a calm and peace­ful en­vi­ron­ment. Shut out all dis­trac­tions and back­ground noise to give your­self a chance to dis­play your best ef­fort.

Don’t al­low a pas­sion to be­come an ob­ses­sion. Devot­ing too much time to a hobby or pas­time could be­come a prob­lem if you be­gin to ne­glect other re­spon­si­bil­i­ties. Hold off on mak­ing in­vest­ments.

Find ful­fill­ment from fa­mil­iar faces. Be­ing among fam­ily or close friends will put you in your com­fort zone. Be guarded about en­ter­ing into agree­ments, mak­ing ma­jor pur­chases or sign­ing con­tracts.

Keep things in per­spec­tive. Don’t make an is­sue over a mi­nor mis­take. You may be re­ceiv­ing pos­i­tive sig­nals from a ro­man­tic prospect, but that doesn’t mean you should pledge your undy­ing love.

Don’t put the cart be­fore the horse. Avoid the urge to put all your faith in one out­come, as events may not un­fold as ex­pected. A sig­nif­i­cant other or a ro­man­tic part­ner may be full of sur­prises.

You al­ways have op­tions. Some­one may try to pres­sure you into mak­ing a quick de­ci­sion to suit their own ends. If it seems you’re get­ting the short end of the stick, just walk away.

Re­main in a hold­ing pat­tern. Stick with rou­tines and avoid mak­ing dif­fi­cult de­ci­sions, start­ing new projects or mak­ing ma­jor pur­chases. Play it safe by stick­ing to fa­mil­iar friends and places.

Don’t get your wires crossed. Be open and hon­est when speak­ing with a new heart­throb so you know where you both stand. You may be look­ing for true love while they are seek­ing a quick fling.

Keep your feet on the ground. Be sure that you are look­ing at things as they ac­tu­ally are rather than as you hope they will be. A suc­cess­ful re­la­tion­ship does not re­quire that you agree on ev­ery­thing. You have a chance to make your fu­ture much bet­ter by mak­ing ma­jor changes and de­ci­sions in the next six to eight weeks. Your pop­u­lar­ity is on the rise, so this is an ex­cel­lent time to deal with the pub­lic, meet new peo­ple or ask for a pro­mo­tion. Your busi­ness sense is at an all-time high, so you can make shrewd fi­nan­cial de­ci­sions or launch plans that will run smoothly. If you are sin­gle you might even meet that spe­cial some­one in Oc­to­ber. Steer clear of new ro­man­tic re­la­tion­ships in Jan­uary, when you might be gullible.

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