Practice makes perfect. Your critical faculties are at their best, especially when you must make appraisals or decisions about financial matters. Expectations will be met if a loved one has made a pledge of trust.
You can get what you want. However, you must be more tactful. Don’t let minor frustrations or misunderstandings build to a point of no return. Concentrate on constructive activities and following the rules.
Imitate your betters. You may be impressionable or easily affected by your imagination. Although you usually think for yourself, you are susceptible to flattery that could turn your head and change your opinion.
Put your goals in writing and make a “to-do” list. You must not overlook crucial details or deadlines if you hope to make a good impression. A demand for money may cause you to spin your wheels and waste funds.
Your ambitions could start to simmer and stew. You might be wise to take steps so that you can achieve your dreams. Take definitive action, because you will realize that anything that boils too long eventually evaporates.
It isn’t necessary to buy something to bolster your self-esteem. You may long to own something extravagant and assume that you have unlimited funds. Ask for someone’s advice before you dive in over your head.
Take a life jacket if you are prone to go overboard. Overconfidence others’ opinions or a lack of facts mayputyourfamily’s financial security at risk. Count your blessings and listen to sound advice. Nail down facts like carpet on the floor. Your kindhearted and sympathetic outlook can’t be applied to finances. Balance the checkbook and scrutinize receipts. Small mistakes can add up in your favor.
Stay on your toes. Your passion for perfection might make you just a wee bit too critical of others. If you think someone is horning in on your territory you might become uncooperative and lose an advantage.
Be adventurous. Your traditionalist side likes a “sure thing” that is tested and true but new technology might offer you time saving measures. A family member might be able to show you a few new tricks.
You may be as nimble and quick as Jack. You are capable of handling any contingency at work or home. Be sure to get extra rest and sleep if you are burning the candle at both ends in an effort to complete a project.
Misunderstandings could create illuminating discussions. You may have the most informed opinion but could stir up a disagreement if you offer it. Donate to a good cause if asked to do so but do not volunteer your time. Sudden shifts of focus may present themselves in the four to five weeks to come. You may be challenged to be considerate of others and may become overly defensive if your authority is challenged. By remaining even-tempered and focused on money-making activities you can land on your feet in January. That is when you are shrewder and more skillful at investments and finances. You can earn respect and perhaps even recognition for your leadership abilities in March. However, March is not a good time to change banks, make new investments or to take on credit-card debt. You begin to glow with friendliness in July and August and might have an active social calendar.