Baltimore Sun - - ENTERTAINMENT - 21-April 19 20-May 20 21-June 20 21-July 22 23-Aug. 22 23-Sept. 22 23-Oct. 22 Oct. 23-Nov. 21 22-Dec. 21 22-Jan. 19 Jan. 20-Feb. 18 Feb. 19-March 20 — Tri­bune Me­dia Ser­vices

Fly­ing by the seat of your pants won’t earn ku­dos. A ca­sual at­ti­tude won’t im­press an am­bi­tious some­one who ex­pects you to be ob­sessed with suc­cess. It will pay to be pre­cise and self-dis­ci­plined.

It might be best to let a re­la­tion­ship dilemma re­solve it­self. It would be wise to wait several more days be­fore tak­ing de­ci­sive ac­tion or steps. Your busi­ness ideas could be im­proved by a co­worker’s re­marks.

Be your best at busi­ness. You may be chal­lenged to be pic­ture-per­fect as you deal with peo­ple on the ca­reer, job or busi­ness front. Con­sider ev­ery fail­ure or crit­i­cism a chance to learn and do bet­ter.

You might over-think fi­nan­cial strate­gies. Rather than try­ing to get the lion’s share of the prof­its, think about be­ing more char­i­ta­ble. Sup­port a wor­thy cause be­sides your­self. Avoid a power strug­gle with a part­ner.

Pas­sions call like a pack of wolves in the wild. You might find it dif­fi­cult to ig­nore a flir­ta­tious glance or a fi­nan­cial op­por­tu­nity. You may up­set the ap­ple cart if you in­dulge your in­tense pas­sions or need for glory.

You may be chal­lenged to han­dle your money wisely. It will pay to re­main pa­tient and to avoid over­re­act­ing to provo­ca­tions. Hold off on cru­cial de­ci­sions and de­lay sign­ing fi­nan­cial agree­ments un­til next week.

It is dif­fi­cult to be fair if you play truth or dare. You may be dis­ap­pointed if you do too much, but you will never be happy if you don’t do enough. You may be forced to waste your time on worth­less projects. Pick your bat­tles. In­tox­i­cat­ing phys- ical chem­istry can make your world a brighter place, but will not help you make a wise in­vest­ment. It is up to you to choose to fo­cus on cre­ative ac­tiv­i­ties rather than busi­ness.

Be overtly or­ga­nized to out­fox oth­ers. Be ready with the pa­per­work and pre­pared to avoid crit­i­cism. Fight off adding to your debt load by pay­ing bills on time and avoid­ing late fees and other charges.

You need to use the kid glove when it is a case of push and shove. There is a ten­dency to be overly harsh when there is a threat to your author­ity or pri­vacy. Keep your se­crets with­out be­ing rude or brash,

You may be at­tracted to some­one who ap­pears se­cre­tive and mys­te­ri­ous. There might be an al­lur­ing chem­istry be­tween the two of you that al­most seems ir­ra­tional. A new ro­mance might not make any sense.

Let a pass­ing fancy pass on by. Your at­trac­tive qualities are more no­tice­able to oth­ers, but those who are drawn closer by a mag­netic at­trac­tion might not be suit­able. Re­assess cru­cial sit­u­a­tions un­der bet­ter con­di­tions. You may be rest­less and at odds with oth­ers dur­ing the next two to three weeks. If you wait un­til mid-Novem­ber, you will find it eas­ier to gain co­op­er­a­tion and can eas­ily put your plans into mo­tion. Don’t ig­nore the small­est op­por­tu­nity, fa­vor or of­fer that ar­rives in Novem­ber, as any one of them could be a gen­uine bless­ing in dis­guise. The peo­ple you meet in Novem­ber and early De­cem­ber could be good for you in some es­sen­tial way or be­come an in­te­gral part of your fu­ture. Re-eval­u­ate your pri­or­i­ties and be in­spired to make bold fi­nan­cial de­ci­sions in Jan­uary, when your busi­ness acu­men is at a peak.

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