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

The new moon is in your op­po­site sign, switch­ing the fo­cus to re­la­tion­ships. You may be­come aware of how oth­ers in­flu­ence your thoughts and ideas. Pur­chase only time­less clas­sics.

Be poised to ac­cept ap­plause for your orig­i­nal­ity. If you are will­ing to test out some­thing new or to ex­per­i­ment with in­no­va­tions you might strike the right chord with your ad­mir­ers.

Spend your spare time with fam­ily or trusted friends. A de­sire for some­thing more ex­cit­ing might nip at your heels, but you re­ally shouldn’t en­gage in a ro­man­tic fling un­der these stars.

Loy­alty is bet­ter than luck to lighten the load. There is a com­fort­ing sense of se­cu­rity in the tried and true. En­joy com­mu­nity gath­er­ings or lec­tures or visit an old friend or el­derly rel­a­tive.

Play ball. An in­spir­ing pep talk can be just what is needed to get an idea or project out of the locker room and onto the play­ing field. Fam­ily mem­bers will be root­ing for your team.

Re­de­fine your roles, not the rules. Em­brace any op­por­tu­ni­ties that come your way. An un­der­stand­ing part­ner may in­spire you or en­cour­age you to stretch your wings fur­ther than usual.

To­day’s new moon oc­curs in your zo­diac sign. Your will­ing­ness to please oth­ers may be ac­cen­tu­ated, but blind you to busi­ness pit­falls. Scru­ti­nize doc­u­ments care­fully be­fore sign­ing them. To win the lot­tery first you must buy a ticket. Some­thing ben­e­fi­cial can be put in mo­tion to im­prove your fi­nances. Back up words with deeds to en­sure that plans run like clock­work.

Don’t take good luck for granted. Be sure to fol­low up on agree­ments and show grat­i­tude for sup­port. Widen your network and a new idea will eas­ily grow wings and fly.

Stick to the plan so you don’t lose trac­tion. The harder you work the more you will profit. Be­come ed­u­cated about the good things in life or hook up with peo­ple who broaden your view­point.

You may fear be­ing vul­ner­a­ble. You might ig­nore a fi­nan­cial drain be­cause you have al­ready set a goal. Re­val­u­ate your ob­jec­tives. Fo­cus on fi­nan­cial re­sources that are last­ing.

Don’t fix some­thing that isn’t bro­ken. Pass­ing spats may not be re­ally as im­por­tant as you think. Put the “r” back in ro­mance later this evening. Your hopes will be re­al­ized if you don’t in­ter­vene. Lady Luck is on your side through­out the next six to eight weeks. Use your best judg­ment or ask for ex­pert guid­ance as you make ma­jor de­ci­sions or pos­i­tive changes. You might be in­vited to join a group, but it is pos­si­ble that the mem­bers are not aligned with your most im­por­tant guid­ing prin­ci­ples. Novem­ber might be a good time for a pleas­ant va­ca­tion or a ro­man­tic get­away for two. In Jan­uary con­cen­trate on get­ting your fi­nances and ca­reer in tip-top shape so that your bank ac­count will be able to with­stand scru­tiny.

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