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The gods may be fickle. Some­thing may change in a flash that you thought was per­ma­nent. What you hear or read might not sync with your per­cep­tions. Lis­ten with your heart and ob­serve body lan­guage care­fully.

Side­step the sales pitch. Read the ads, weigh your op­tions, but wait for a bet­ter day to ex­er­cise your pur­chas­ing power. Re­sist if a part­ner or lover prods you to make a ma­jor de­ci­sion about your re­la­tion­ship.

Sound judg­ment might be marred by wish­ful think­ing. A fam­ily mem­ber might have the best han­dle on a sit­u­a­tion or give you the best ad­vice. Keep your money in your wal­let and your credit card in its slot.

You will fare much bet­ter if you stick like glue to the tried and true. Ex­cit­ing events or un­usual peo­ple make you imag­ine that the grass is greener on the other side of the fence. It only seems that way from a dis­tance.

Never stand up for your­self in a rock­ing boat. De­fend your­self with­out be­ing on the de­fen­sive. This is a good time to hold on tight and cling to some­one or some­thing that you know is re­li­able and ut­terly de­pend­able.

The bird in hand is prob­a­bly bet­ter for you than the one in the bush. You have the will power and de­ter­mi­na­tion to try some­thing new, but first you must gather ad­vice from your part­ners or peers.

You may take un­nec­es­sary risks by play­ing rock, pa­per, and scis­sors to make key de­ci­sions. Avoid mak­ing ma­jor fi­nan­cial choices or pur­chases as the re­sults can be un­pre­dictable. Try to be more de­pend­able. You might do any­thing for love, but love might not do any­thing for you. What you want and what you need might not be the same things. The fact that you can have some­thing doesn’t mean you should get it.

You might find that it is just as ex­cit­ing to spend time with fam­ily mem­bers as it is to meet some­one new and dif­fer­ent. If you want to ex­per­i­ment with some­thing un­usual then give your creative side free rein.

When ev­ery­thing around you speeds up, you may need to slow down. By tak­ing your time you can keep your bal­ance, solve prob­lems, re­group, and en­joy har­mony. Avoid con­fronta­tions in pub­lic places.

Test drive but don’t trade any­thing in. You might en­ter­tain the no­tion that new is bet­ter than old. Don’t give up some­thing you know for a fact is rock solid for some­thing that might en­tail a slip­pery slope.

Your at­trac­tive qual­i­ties are in the lime­light so your pop­u­lar­ity is on the up­swing. New friends could en­hance your rep­u­ta­tion or up­grade your so­cial sta­tus. Take full ad­van­tage of a lead, a ref­er­ence or a re­fer­ral. Pop­u­lar­ity is yours for the tak­ing through­out the com­ing four to five weeks. A new job might be easy to ob­tain and a new hookup could be the real deal, but a brief sep­a­ra­tion could also be in the stars. Wait un­til the end of the year, when your judg­ment is at its best, to make a fi­nal de­ci­sion about key re­la­tion­ships. In De­cem­ber and early Jan­uary ac­cept what­ever is of­fered at face value and have faith that the uni­verse will pro­vide ex­actly what you need. There will likely be a per­ma­nent change for the bet­ter in some seg­ment of your life. You will find more sta­bil­ity in your ca­reer as well as re­la­tion­ships in Jan­uary.

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