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Net­work nicely. You might find that your home and fam­ily are a bee­hive of so­cial ac­tiv­ity. You may pre­fer to be a trail­blazer that hews out his or her own path, but there are times when the beaten path is more com­fort­ing.

If you carry your­self with poise and con­fi­dence there are no ob­sta­cles you can’t over­come. Youare so cer­tain of your abil­i­ties that any goal you pur­sue with a sin­cere de­sire will re­sult in suc­cess.

Picture this. Think about your goals and write them down. Much can be ac­com­plished by us­ing im­agery and let­ting your sub­con­scious work on your be­half be­hind the scenes. Put con­flicts on the back burner.

Take hold of the reins. It is in your best in­ter­est to take charge of a sit­u­a­tion or the nec­es­sary steps won’t ever be taken. A change of scene may be just what is needed to im­prove your re­la­tion­ship and your love life.

Your aura of mys­tery and ro­man­ti­cism could prove at­trac­tive to a sig­nif­i­cant other. Changes in plans are en­tirely pos­si­ble, but don’t let this ruf­fle your feath­ers. Ev­ery­thing will work out to your ad­van­tage in the long run.

Rec­og­nize the value of what you see. Some­thing im­por­tant might be right un­der your nose. You may find a buddy in your neigh­bor­hood who turns into a life­long friend or be­come in­volved in a com­mu­nity project.

For­give, for­get and go for­ward. What may have seemed like a ma­jor dust-up yes­ter­day can eas­ily be swept un­der the rug to­day with a sim­ple apol­ogy. Keep the lines of com­mu­ni­ca­tion clear to avoid mis­un­der­stand­ings. If neat­ness counted. you could re­ceive a gold star for your ef­forts. Main­tain­ing your pos­ses­sions in ap­ple-pie or­der might sat­isfy your ideals. Ap­ply­ing diplo­macy keeps a re­la­tion­ship headed in the right di­rec­tion.

You may need to sing for your sup­per, but it will be worth it. Re­mem­ber that the mind is a pow­er­ful in­stru­ment; you are what you think. Main­tain a pos­i­tive outlook and at­tract good things into your life.

Be true-blue and stick like glue. Changes for the sake of change might up­set some­one’s ap­ple cart. Rather than rid­ing the rapids, you will get more bang for your buck by spend­ing the evening at a the­atri­cal per­for­mance.

Lady Luck may send you an op­por­tu­nity. Your pop­u­lar­ity in group set­tings is at a high level, but a ro­man­tic in­ter­lude might prove more sat­is­fy­ing. You should plan get-to­geth­ers rather stay­ing home to do the laun­dry.

Dreams may show you the way. Cast su­per­sti­tions or doubts aside and take time to rest if your en­ergy lev­els fal­ter. Go for­ward with tran­scen­dent de­ci­sions that have been wait­ing pa­tiently for an op­por­tu­nity to man­i­fest. The com­ing two to three weeks might bring the an­swer to your prayers or a ster­ling op­por­tu­nity to im­prove your life. New friend­ships might be­come a life­long source of com­fort and sup­port. Be­tween now and mid-De­cem­ber you are in­spired to do great things, to make busi­ness, ca­reer or fi­nan­cial im­prove­ments. This is an ex­cel­lent time for cool and sen­si­ble reap­praisals of your in­vest­ments, but a new ro­mance is also pos­si­ble. Friends, groups and lo­cal events may take up to much of your time dur­ing Fe­bru­ary and dis­tract you from the things that are truly im­por­tant. Avoid mak­ing new in­vest­ments un­til May.

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