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Put your brain into over­drive. You’ll be in your el­e­ment when faced with dif­fi­cult puz­zles or en­gaged in men­tal chal­lenges that re­ally get you think­ing. Keep your sched­ule flex­i­ble, as un­fore­seen events may side­track you.

Plan on mak­ing tea for two. Your ro­man­tic ap­peal will make it very easy to make a con­nec­tion with a love in­ter­est. Your heart may not re­ally be into ca­reer or busi­ness mat­ters to­day, so make sure to do what is ex­pected.

Don’t beat around the bush. You are likely to get what­ever you want if you sim­ply ask for it or make your in­ten­tions per­fectly clear. Ro­mance maybe a tough nut to crack un­less you ap­proach it with pa­tience and un­der­stand­ing.

The sky is the limit. Don’t set any bound­aries when it comes to pleas­ing the ob­ject of your af­fec­tion. It may be dif­fi­cult to get a new project started with­out back­ing and sup­port.

Don’t make as­sump­tions. Just when you thought that you knew ev­ery­thing, a loved one may sur­prise you with a new side of their per­son­al­ity. Leave a busi­ness prob­lem alone for now and come back to it with a clearer head.

Kill two birds with one stone. Care­ful plan­ning and wise bud­get­ing of your time al­low you to knock off sev­eral tasks at once. Use the re­sult­ing free time to de­vote some at­ten­tion and af­fec­tion to the ap­ple of your eye.

Looks can be de­ceiv­ing. You may find it dif­fi­cult to read what some­one is think­ing, as their true feel­ings may be buried deep in­side. Leave well enough alone for now, as they will con­fide in you when the time is right. Roll out the red car­pet. Treat a spe­cial some­one to the VIP sta­tus they de­serve with an ex­trav­a­gant din­ner or a thought­ful gift. Busi­ness ne­go­ti­a­tions may prove dif­fi­cult as the other party may ex­pect you to give up too much.

Fol­low the leader. The dar­ing na­ture of a com­pan­ion may lead you to ex­cit­ing lo­ca­tions and in­ter­est­ing ac­tiv­i­ties. It may be to your ben­e­fit to let some­one else take charge while you work qui­etly be­hind the scenes.

Keep your friends close. You may find that you need the sup­port and en­cour­age­ment that can only come from those who care about you. Try­ing to at­tack a dif­fi­cult prob­lem on your own could be frus­trat­ing.

Put your­self in some­one else’s shoes. You may find it eas­ier to un­der­stand some­one’s puz­zling quirks if you see things from their per­spec­tive. Reach­ing im­por­tant busi­ness de­ci­sions may re­quire a few more days of thought.

Fam­ily comes first. Set aside time to at­tend to the needs of those clos­est to you, even if busi­ness mat­ters must tem­po­rar­ily suf­fer. Spir­i­tual or philo­soph­i­cal con­ver­sa­tions will be much more ap­peal­ing than deal­ing with num­bers and facts. You may be too feisty for your own good dur­ing the next three to four weeks. Bite back the urge to be de­fen­sive, as it may pro­voke an ar­gu­ment. An op­por­tu­nity to im­prove your fu­ture prospects may ap­pear in De­cem­ber. Don’t pass up any of­fer, no mat­ter how in­signif­i­cant it might seem. It may lead to big­ger and bet­ter things. True peace and tran­quil­lity can be achieved if you launch new ideas, plans and projects dur­ing De­cem­ber or Jan­uary. You can achieve a bet­ter state of health by be­gin­ning a diet in this time pe­riod or find last­ing con­tent­ment by mak­ing wise de­ci­sions.

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