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

You may be over­come by a plethora of pas­sion. An obsession with power and ca­reer suc­cess could dom­i­nate your mind. You may be driven to at­tain your am­bi­tions and can be ruth­less about how you do it.

Put oth­ers first even if it seems your ef­forts are un­ap­pre­ci­ated or it is dif­fi­cult to break the ice. You will never know how ef­fec­tive kind­ness is un­til the kind­ness is ex­pressed. Friend­li­ness is your key to suc­cess.

Pre­pare for pos­si­bil­i­ties and po­ten­tial. Your hopes and dreams may be ex­ces­sively op­ti­mistic, but they could come true. Some­one you meet might have the know-how to fat­ten up your skinny lit­tle piggy bank.

You may feel un­com­fort­able if some­one is fix­ated on one idea to the ex­clu­sion of all else. Wait un­til a pas­sion burns it­self out to ini­ti­ate im­por­tant con­ver­sa­tions, as oth­er­wise your opin­ions won’t be heard.

You may feel prod­ded to be per­fect. You may be torn be­tween who you are and what you want to be. There is a com­pul­sion to make dras­tic changes but ev­ery­thing will run more smoothly if put in mo­tion next week.

You may be en­light­ened by a fleet­ing con­ver­sa­tion. If you ap­ply logic you might see the prob­lem, as well as the so­lu­tion to a com­pli­cated fi­nan­cial dilemma. Speak frankly and gen­tly with a ro­man­tic part­ner.

Your as­so­ci­a­tion with a group of peo­ple might of­fer more ben­e­fits than so­cial in­ter­ac­tion. Some­one might give you fa­vor­able ref­er­ences or a valu­able tip. Don’t ig­nore even the small­est of­fer or most ca­sual ad­vice. Your pas­sions are more pow­er­ful when kept pri­vate. Main­tain an air of mys­tery rather than mak­ing your feel­ings and de­sires public. You can draw some­one to you like a mag­net if you let your guard down.

You have the drive and en­ergy to make your vi­sions a re­al­ity. The prob­lem is that although you think your im­pres­sive tac­tics are care­fully planned out, your strate­gies may ir­ri­tate oth­ers or prove costly.

Put your mind to work. Weigh your de­ci­sions care­fully rather than throw­ing your weight around. En­list sup­port from trusted fam­ily con­nec­tions and al­lies who share your men­tal vi­sion of the fu­ture.

Noth­ing is im­pos­si­ble if you com­bine brain­power and in­spi­ra­tion. You have con­cen­trated pri­mar­ily on the ob­sta­cles that pre­vent you from mov­ing for­ward. Con­sider a more cre­ative set of ways and means.

Take pride in your abil­ity to be re­spon­si­ble and to ful­fill fi­nan­cial obli­ga­tions like clock­work. Your cre­ative side may need an out­let un­der these stars. Pull out a sketch pad, pick up the gui­tar, or write a poem. Your need to be in com­man­dor to be seen as an au­thor­ity fig­ure could put you at a dis­ad­van­tage dur­ing the next eight to ten weeks. You may be tempted to make dras­tic changes in Novem­ber, but have the good judg­ment and wis­dom to pick and choose the best options. Steer clear of new busi­ness ven­tures, but em­brace op­por­tu­ni­ties and peo­ple who come your way. De­cem­ber may be the best month to launch cru­cial plans or to make sound and safe de­ci­sions. In Jan­uary you can es­cape for a rest­ful week­end re­treat where you may be in­spired by your sur­round­ings. This is a good time for cre­ative work as well as find­ing ap­pro­pri­ate chan­nels for your busi­ness ap­ti­tude.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.