Horo­scopes

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You may overdo in an ef­fort not to be out­done. You might feel you must com­pete with some­one close and take un­nec­es­sary risks. Fo­cus on things that will bring last­ing, and calm­ing, re­sults.

Knowl­edge is power, but be­ing known is more pow­er­ful. If your face or name is fa­mil­iar to some­one you may have the ad­van­tage in a com­pet­i­tive busi­ness sit­u­a­tion. Use your street smarts to get ahead.

Your Olympic-sized hopes and dreams are un­lim­ited. You may be goaded to go for the gold by some­one who sets a ster­ling ex­am­ple. Your peers could pro­vide men­tal stim­u­la­tion and stir your thirst for knowl­edge.

Cope with the urge to com­pete with oth­ers rather than to com­ple­ment them. This might com­pli­cate the sub­jects that re­quire the most co­op­er­a­tion. Down­play ar­gu­ments and avoid mak­ing im­por­tant in­vest­ments.

The liv­ing is easy when you can be your­self. Group meet­ings or events are filled with ca­ma­raderie and gen­uine friend­li­ness, so you feel com­fort­able. You are at your best when you feel free to be hon­est with oth­ers.

A poor crafts­man blames his tools. Avoid be­ing care­less with pos­ses­sions, money or your work­man­ship. When you speak gen­tly and show con­sid­er­a­tion other peo­ple will be more will­ing to ac­cept what you say.

Don’t crow be­fore the sun comes up. You may be rar­ing to go. You may be ea­ger to put things into mo­tion quickly, but do­ing so may dis­turb the har­mony of your house­hold. Re­main sen­si­tive to the needs of oth­ers. Re­tain rea­son by re­mem­ber­ing re- fine­ment. You may choose to fo­cus on fal­la­cies and fan­tasy when hard facts are pre­sented. Keep re­la­tion­ships on an even keel by be­ing con­sid­er­ate and po­litely lis­ten­ing to oth­ers.

Money can do too much good to be wasted. It isn’t nec­es­sary to show off or to keep up with your peer group. A fam­ily mem­ber may con­vince you that your abil­ity to think first and act later is more im­por­tant.

When you over-sharpen the blade you risk los­ing the edge. You could go to ex­tremes of be­hav­ior if you refuse to rein in your en­thu­si­asm. You can re­main keen for ad­ven­ture, but use logic and good judg­ment too.

Ideas can snap to­gether like plas­tic build­ing blocks. If you are en­gaged in group ac­tiv­i­ties you may meet some­one who in­spires you to take up a new study. This is a good time to learn some­thing new and use­ful.

You could be chal­lenged to prac­tice what you preach. It may be a good time to con­cen­trate on the steps needed to achieve long-term goals. In­trigu­ing ques­tions might be an­swered by your own in­stincts and in­tu­ition. For the next five to six weeks your judg­ment is at a high point. You may re­ceive the an­swer to your prayers. Be­cause you are viewed as tol­er­ant and fair, other peo­ple are likely to re­turn the sen­ti­ment, mak­ing this a good time to ask for fa­vors or to make im­por­tant de­ci­sions. In De­cem­ber you must re­mem­ber the old adage “All that glim­mers isn’t gold.” You could be more ro­man­tic than usual and a mini-va­ca­tion or week­end get­away could sat­isfy your ro­man­tic yearn­ings. In Jan­uary and Fe­bru­ary you can im­ple­ment im­prove­ments to your health or en­joy a flair for cre­ative ac­tiv­i­ties.

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