Horo­scopes

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You pos­sess enor­mous en­ergy, but the only thing you should ex­er­cise is cau­tion. You risk a mis­take if you rush head­long into a new project, agree­ment or ma­jor pur­chase. Hold off on mak­ing cru­cial de­ci­sions.

Wherethere’s a will, there’s a way. The goals you choose have a bet­ter-thanaver­age chance to suc­ceed. Share your best ideas, as oth­ers’ sup­port and ad­mi­ra­tion will give your spir­its a boost.

Take no one for granted and your wishes will be granted. Loved ones are pre­cious and should not be ig­nored. They are the sup­port­ers who keep you on the best path. Be sure to look upon each per­son with an ap­pre­cia­tive eye.

Con­sid­er­a­tion for oth­ers is bet­ter than com­pe­ti­tion with oth­ers. Bring a ri­val around by find­ing com­mon ground. Do not en­gage in a con­test when you are both work­ing to­ward the same goal.

Build­ing on a solid foun­da­tion will cre­ate a long-last­ing struc­ture. Avoid start­ing some­thing new on a spur-ofthe-mo­ment whim. Plan ahead and think your plan through care­fully. Spend your pen­nies wisely.

Peo­ple give back what you dish out. If ev­ery­one seems some­what ar­gu­men­ta­tive or con­trary, cor­rect your own at­ti­tudes. You will get much bet­ter re­sults by for­giv­ing those who go to ex­tremes of be­hav­ior.

Some peo­ple’s nat­u­ral ex­u­ber­ance may balk at re­straints. You may be chal­lenged to diplo­mat­i­cally han­dle peo­ple who show their ec­cen­tric­i­ties at the wrong mo­ments. Fo­cus on smooth­ing out a mi­nor dis­agree­ment. Ev­ery­thing you’ll ever need, you al­ready have. You can con­quer prob­lems by con­sid­er­ing how con­tented you are with life. Meet an is­sue that has been both­er­ing you head-on and put it to rest.

Main­tain a pol­icy of for­giv­ing and for­get­ting. Ex­pend­ing too much en­ergy on a dis­pute could prove costly. You will be at your best at the work­place if you fo­cus on be­ing a team player and dis­play a co­op­er­a­tive at­ti­tude.

You are not a non­con­formist if ev­ery­one else is do­ing it too. Be­ing truly orig­i­nal and gen­uine is more than act­ing like a rebel stereo­type. Fol­low your in­stincts to make choices that make you happy.

Flat­tery will get you into some­one’s good graces. A few well-cho­sen words could make the dif­fer­ence between sell­ing your ideas and go­ing back to the draw­ing board. You can dis­arm your harsh­est critic.

Oth­ers may be sur­prised to dis­cover the wide scope of your strengths and tal­ents. You may be at­tracted to flashy lux­ury items, but even if some­thing breaks down, “make it do or do with­out” should be your motto. Make an out­line of plans that will help you achieve your goals and am­bi­tions dur­ing the next five to six weeks, while you pos­sess ad­di­tional vi­sion and shrewd­ness. Even the best-laid plans can go awry if put into mo­tion dur­ing De­cem­ber, when you could be dis­tracted by ro­man­tic fan­tasies and eas­ily mis­led or tricked. Honor your pri­vate work ethic and keep your nose poised over the grind­stone in Fe­bru­ary, so you will be pre­pared when op­por­tu­nity knocks. Aim to launch your most im­por­tant busi­ness or fi­nan­cial plans in May, when you will have clar­ity re­gard­ing the af­fairs of the outer world.

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