Horo­scopes

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The same old grind has no glamour. Your de­sire for some­thing new and different might wind you up, but a loved one could find it out of char­ac­ter for a sta­ble re­la­tion­ship. Avoid go­ing to ex­tremes of be­hav­ior.

Your lat­est in­ter­est may be fas­ci­nat­ing but have no sub­stance. Be aware that your sud­den change of taste might be viewed as fickle to oth­ers. Ro­man­tic ideas can be put to good use with a very special some­one.

Be will­ing to com­pro­mise when a fam­ily mem­ber faces you with facts. You could be gripped by a de­sire to pur­chase some­thing that is merely a fad, but you won’t re­ceive last­ing plea­sure from an im­pul­sive ac­qui­si­tion.

Ig­nore the urge to break with tra­di­tion. If you fol­low up on a bud­ding re­la­tion­ship it could turn out to be some­one who wishes to re­main “just friends.” Spend pro­duc­tive time with a hobby or creative ac­tiv­i­ties.

Ex­plore new ter­ri­tory with­out los­ing sight of home base. Write down your ideas and dreams as there may be an im­por­tant mes­sage in them. It is a good day to con­tem­plate your fu­ture and en­gage in in­no­va­tive ac­tiv­i­ties.

Nav­i­gate work­place politics with wisdom. Be sharp and to the point in ex­ec­u­tive ac­tion. Use know-how to buy items that will stand up to daily longterm use with­out dent­ing the bud­get.

Half the fun lies in the chase. If you catch a new amorous part­ner, how­ever, the re­la­tion­ship may prove dis­ap­point­ing or un­re­li­able. Re­main loyal to peo­ple and things that are tried and true for the best suc­cess. Smoke and mir­rors ob­scure hid­den ac­tiv­ity. Un­der­stand­ing the facts may be more of an is­sue than the facts them­selves. A lit­tle piece of slanted in­for­ma­tion could per­suade you to make a fate­ful de­ci­sion.

You have faith in things that defy logic. To­day your common sense will keep you in line. There may a temp­ta­tion within the next few days to agree to do some­thing that is not pos­si­ble.

Only mar­ti­nis and milk­shakes need to be shaken. A loved one might show you sugar and spice and ev­ery­thing nice, but may be put off by un­pre­dictable re­sponses. Avoid un­usual ex­per­i­men­ta­tion in your love life.

Dig deep to lo­cate the well of truth. You will have to strike a bal­ance be­tween what peo­ple per­ceive you mean and what you want them to un­der­stand. You may eas­ily give some­one the wrong im­pres­sion.

Foster a less up­set­ting ap­proach with a fi­nan­cial prob­lem. A ma­jor change is not likely to solve an im­me­di­ate prob­lem. Find a peace­ful re­treat where you can work undis­turbed in or­der to de­velop a creative idea. You are much too gullible to make cru­cial de­ci­sions and in­vest­ments dur­ing the com­ing four to six weeks. A bit of ex­tra ded­i­ca­tion and thor­ough­ness at the job will help you glide through De­cem­ber and Jan­uary with­out mak­ing a ma­jor change. In Fe­bru­ary and March your judg­ment about fi­nances and busi­ness mat­ters is much bet­ter. You may meet some­one who changes your life for the bet­ter or who can help you han­dle your fi­nan­cial af­fairs. Your pop­u­lar­ity is on the up­swing, so this is the per­fect time to interview for new jobs or to meet the ro­man­tic part­ner you hoped to find. This is a good time to make im­por­tant changes and long-term com­mit­ments.

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