Baltimore Sun - - ENTERTAINMENT - 21-April 19 20-May 20 21-June 20 21-July 22 23-Aug. 22 23-Sept. 22 23-Oct. 22 23-Nov. 21 22-Dec. 21 22-Jan. 19 Jan. 20-Feb. 18 19-March 20 — Tri­bune Me­dia Ser­vices

The grass is al­ways greener on the other side of the fence. There may be a ten­dency to feel jeal­ous of an­other’s pos­ses­sions, sim­ply be­cause they don’t be­long to you. Try to keep spend­ing from get­ting out of hand.

To­day’s trea­sure is to­mor­row’s junk. Be se­lec­tive when mak­ing pur­chases, as what seems like a great deal could be a waste of money. There’s no need to stage a drama to get at­ten­tion, as some­one al­ready has an eye on you.

Don’t ex­pect too much. You may be so fo­cused on an item or goal that you don’t re­al­ize it’s re­ally not worth the ef­fort un­til too late. Stick to the nor­mal rou­tine for now and avoid any changes.

Keep things in per­spec­tive. Mi­nor dis­putes and mis­un­der­stand­ings are not worth get­ting bent out of shape over. You may want to spread your so­cial wings tonight, but a good time might cost more than you can af­ford.

You’re al­lowed to change your mind. You may face an eth­i­cal dilemma over a com­mit­ment or prom­ise that has you think­ing twice. En­gag­ing in ro­man­tic pur­suits may­only waste time and money.

Never say never. Some­one’s mis­giv­ings may have you ready to sever all ties, but it may be worth­while to give them a se­cond chance. Re­mem­ber that the best things in life are free. En­joy your­self with­out spend­ing too much.

Look at the big­ger pic­ture. An ar­gu­ment or dis­agree­ment isn’t the end of the world and cer­tainly isn’t worth end­ing a re­la­tion­ship over. If a sit­u­a­tion gets too heated take a walk and cool off be­fore you say some­thing you’ll re­gret. Vow to avoid com­mit­ments. Steer clear of mak­ing prom­ises or tak­ing on new re­spon­si­bil­i­ties, as con­di­tions are likely to change over the week­end. Take it with a grain of salt if some­one gives you an as­sur­ance.

Fight off flights of fancy. Giv­ing in to whims or im­pulses may pre­vent you from ac­com­plish­ing more tan­gi­ble ob­jec­tives. Be­ing just a lit­tle bit pos­ses­sive of a sig­nif­i­cant other may help them feel wanted and loved.

Act on your own terms. Don’t let some­one try to push their own set of rules upon you or set bound­aries that give them the ad­van­tage. Make sure that those pen­nies stay firmly locked in the piggy bank.

Un­like the movies, you don’t get a se­cond take. Avoid try­ing to meet new ro­man­tic hookups, as cir­cum­stances may con­spire to have you give a bad first im­pres­sion. Stay among old friends and fa­mil­iar faces to be safe.

Ride out the storm. Con­di­tions will be poor for start­ing any­thing of value. Your best bet is to fin­ish up what­ever is left on your plate. Hang out with the usual crowd and avoid peo­ple that you don’t al­ready know. You may be chal­lenged to re­main calm dur­ing the com­ing three to four weeks. Other peo­ple may find you overly ag­gres­sive and com­pet­i­tive. Wait un­til De­cem­ber, when your street smarts are in top form, to make cru­cial changes to your busi­ness, ca­reer or fi­nan­cial af­fairs. You may be rec­og­nized for your lead­er­ship abil­i­ties or good judg­ment in Jan­uary. Your busi­ness sense is out of kil­ter and your am­bi­tions out­strip your abil­i­ties in late Fe­bru­ary and early March. Fo­cus on im­prov­ing your health, delv­ing into cre­ative ac­tiv­i­ties and de­vel­op­ing a serene en­vi­ron­ment for the best re­sults.

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