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Giv­ing in to an im­pulse to make sweep­ing changes could re­move an ob­sta­cle. How­ever, in your en­thu­si­asm to be orig­i­nal and in­no­va­tive you might cre­ate a cloud of mi­nor ir­ri­ta­tions that ob­scures your public rep­u­ta­tion.

So­cial ac­tiv­i­ties will go a long way to­ward light­en­ing your load. Don’t mis­take some­one’s warmth and en­thu­si­asm, how­ever, for ro­man­tic in­ten­tions. You may be wiser than usual and able to make sound de­ci­sions.

Imag­ine what can be and how it can be achieved. Make sure that your ideas and projects are built on sound foun­da­tions and will hold up to scru­tiny. Ask for some advice from some­one who knows more than you do.

You may yearn for some­thing more than dull rou­tine. You mayeven be ea­ger for some­one with ro­mance on the mind to make a grand en­trance. Bide your time and do what is asked of you.

When you have big ideas you don’t let small things stand in your way. When you are over­con­fi­dent or filled with en­thu­si­asm you might forge for­ward with­out pay­ing at­ten­tion to key re­quire­ments. Lis­ten to a loved one.

Come to a com­pro­mise. A stale­mate might end that in­volves some­one close to you. You may strug­gle to get your point across, but even­tu­ally you will pre­vail. You can safely make key de­ci­sions about a fi­nan­cial mat­ter.

Stop, in the name of love. Some­one with a sparkling per­son­al­ity and a keen wit could grab your at­ten­tion. The fact that some­one can make you laugh or is un­usual is no rea­son to pur­sue them ro­man­ti­cally. Clear com­mu­ni­ca­tion is a key that can un­lock your cre­ative ge­nius. You may have been held back and un­able to ex­plain your ideas and con­cepts. Write down in­spired thoughts and ideas be­fore you for­get them.

Only work with facts that you know to be true. Peo­ple are drawn to your mag­netism but may be re­ceiv­ing mixed sig­nals. A spe­cial some­one may in­tu­itively know how to defuse a com­pli­cated sit­u­a­tion.

Put calamine lo­tion on your itchy trig­ger fin­ger. You know you can make things hap­pen if you take charge. How­ever, there are some is­sues that should not be tam­pered with if you hope to main­tain the peace.

It is a feat to meet de­feat with­out miss­ing a beat. Don’t make things harder than they al­ready are by dwelling on lim­i­ta­tions. If one door closes an­other one will open. Read up on a sub­ject close to your heart.

In­ner peace cush­ions you from ir­ri­ta­tions. You don’t need to visit to a moun­tain­top to find tran­quil­lity. Per­form valu­able and cre­ative work even when sur­rounded by never-end­ing noise and con­stant dis­trac­tions. Friends or par­tic­i­pa­tion in a so­cial circle can play a large part in your life dur­ing the next four to five weeks. Va­ca­tion trips or a ro­man­tic in­ter­lude could take up your time as well, but you may strug­gle with things that are more grounded in re­al­ity. You could be forced to pay the piper if you ig­nore ne­ces­si­ties and fo­cus solely on your so­cial ac­tiv­i­ties in De­cem­ber. It is com­mend­able to have high as­pi­ra­tions, but you may burn a few very nec­es­sary bridges in your ef­fort to be a suc­cess in Fe­bru­ary. Wait un­til May to make life-al­ter­ing fi­nan­cial de­ci­sions or to put your pow­er­ful am­bi­tions into ac­tion.

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