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

Too much of a good thing is sim­ply too much. Even your fa­vorite peo­ple have a ten­dency to en­cour­age your reck­less aban­don. Re­strain your pen­chant for ad­ven­ture and avoid mak­ing ex­trav­a­gant prom­ises.

Any­thing worth hav­ing is worth wait­ing for. Wait a few days to com­mit to a new project or to an­swer a pro­posal. You might go along with an idea or of­fer just to main­tain the peace and to be viewed as agree­able.

Eggs that haven’t hatched can’t be counted. You may an­tic­i­pate achiev­ing a goal that has lit­tle like­li­hood of at­tain­ment. Your best bet is to re­main busi­nesslike and keep your­self firmly an­chored to facts.

Tread water even if the choice is to sink or swim. It is hard to rest when im­mersed in the so­cial swim. Since you can be pulled so many ways by de­mands on your time and pa­tience, it is best to hold off on ma­jor de­ci­sions.

You can’t move for­ward when you are spin­ning your wheels. There is a ten­dency to be­come in­volved in things that take time and ef­fort but have lit­tle chance of suc­cess. Put busi­ness de­ci­sions on the back burner.

Sit on your hands or keep them busy do­ing some­thing worth­while. Ig­nore an urge to make a cru­cial pur­chase, ini­ti­ate a ma­jor change or to start some­thing new. Wait out a brief pe­riod of dis­con­tent and rest­less­ness.

It is best to hold still when you are be­tween a rock and a hard place. That rock might pin you more tightly if you force the is­sue. Like­wise, re­main calm and avoid fight­ing a per­sonal sit­u­a­tion that has you pinned down.

Soul-search­ing and time will show whether you are on a wild-goose chase or on the right track. Get ahead by en­joy­ing fel­low­ship with like-minded in­di­vid­u­als. Avoid mak­ing dras­tic changes or de­ci­sions.

Think be­fore you act. The per­son who scores a bas­ket ev­ery time on the court most likely prac­ticed the nec­es­sary moves men­tally be­fore at­tempt­ing them phys­i­cally. Keep your pen­nies in the piggy bank.

Fight off an urge to dom­i­nate a con­ver­sa­tion. Avoid be­com­ing cap­ti­vated by the sense that you must be in charge of fi­nan­cial re­sources. You may be­come ob­sessed by things that aren’t in your best in­ter­est.

There may be peo­ple will­ing to fol­low your valu­able idea through to com­ple­tion, but this isn’t a good time to ini­ti­ate a project. Deal with ex­ist­ing com­mit­ments. Make no ir­rev­o­ca­ble busi­ness or fi­nan­cial de­ci­sions.

Take it one step at a time. You have met some­one with the po­ten­tial to be­come a best friend, but you need more time to thor­oughly test the wa­ters. Put de­ci­sion-mak­ing and com­mit­ments on the back burner. For the next seven to eight weeks, and es­pe­cially in early Novem­ber, life will seem more re­ward­ing and you may feel a sense of con­tent­ment. Your judg­ment is en­hanced, so this is an ex­cel­lent time to put plans into mo­tion or to make cru­cial changes and de­ci­sions. De­cem­ber and early Jan­uary is an ideal time to gather in­spi­ra­tional ma­te­rial for a cre­ative project or to sim­ply re­lax on a va­ca­tion. Dur­ing the sec­ond half of Jan­uary you can show off shrewd­ness when you deal with fi­nances and busi­ness af­fairs.

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