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No tricks but lots of treats. Your op­ti­mism and en­thu­si­asm can be con­ta­gious to all those around you, so it will be easy to get oth­ers to pitch in and lend a help­ing hand. A spe­cial some­one may make you feel like roy­alty.

You may be haunted by af­fec­tion. A sig­nif­i­cant other will know all the right ways to pro­vide you with a spe­cial Hal­loween treat. Im­por­tant de­ci­sions should be ap­proached care­fully as you may not yet have all the facts at your dis­posal.

Ven­ture into the un­known. Ex­plor­ing un­fa­mil­iar places or meet­ing new peo­ple may give you a fresh per­spec­tive and a much needed break from the rou­tine. Ro­man­tic pur­suits may turn steamy af­ter the sun goes down.

Lis­ten to them, the chil­dren of the night. Get into the hol­i­day spirit by pass­ing out candy to the lo­cal ghouls and ghosts or at­tend a cos­tume gala. You may win some­one over with your hos­pi­tal­ity and so­cial acu­men.

You may be gravely mis­taken. Be care­ful how you com­mu­ni­cate with oth­ers, as the en­su­ing con­fu­sion could re­ally get your ghost. Em­brace your in­ner child by en­joy­ing the lo­cal haunted house or tak­ing in some hor­ror flicks.

A ghoul and their money are soon parted. Use creativ­ity to make a Hal­loween ensem­ble that will im­press but won’t break the bank. This is no time to spend a quiet evening at home as so­cial ac­tiv­i­ties will prove en­joy­able.

Prac­tice what you preach. Oth­ers may doubt your sin­cer­ity un­less you back up your words with de­fin­i­tive ac­tions. A spe­cial some­one may en­joy your com­pan­ion­ship should you de­cide to visit the lo­cal haunts this evening.

It’s no fun be­ing a lone wolf. Add mem­bers to your pack to en­joy Hal­loween or sim­ply to pass the time. A lack of en­ergy or fo­cus may make sim­ple tasks and prob­lems seem much more dif­fi­cult.

Don’t mask your in­ten­tions. Oth­ers may quickly catch on if you try to hide your mo­tives. Be hon­est and sin­cere to achieve the best re­sults. An amorous friend may seek to en­snare you in a web of pas­sion.

Bury the hatchet. Show ma­tu­rity by for­giv­ing and for­get­ting past con­flicts and con­cen­trat­ing on com­pro­mise. You may not feel up to cel­e­brat­ing the hol­i­day but you’ll find it well worth the ef­fort if you push your­self to do so.

Boo-ti­ful dreams can come true. You may find that your as­pi­ra­tions for the fu­ture could be­come a re­al­ity with the right prepa­ra­tions. Doubt is a dirty word as you are able to achieve what­ever you set your mind to.

Ex­pect the un­ex­pected. A few skele­tons from your past may de­cide to drop by or plans could change quickly with­out no­tice. Leave a lit­tle slack in your sched­ule to avoid get­ting your­self painted into the cor­ner. Ev­ery­thing might be com­ing up roses dur­ing the next four to five weeks. Be­cause you are at peace with your­self it will be easy to be at peace with the world. This is a good time to ask oth­ers for their sup­port and ad­vice. It is also a fab­u­lous time to launch key plans that will fa­vor­ably af­fect your fu­ture. You may be­come more am­bi­tious and in­ter­ested in worldly things dur­ing De­cem­ber. Use end-of-the-year tax strate­gies to max­i­mize your fi­nan­cial se­cu­rity. Dur­ing Fe­bru­ary and March you may be dis­tracted by friends and so­cial af­fairs, so are not at your best when deal­ing with in­vest­ments and money mat­ters.

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