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De­tour around de­fen­sive­ness. You may be chal­lenged to re­act pleas­antly to crit­i­cism. With a very busy sched­ule or strict rules to fol­low it may be dif­fi­cult to re­main as po­lite and poised as usual.

The busiest bees make the most honey and the busiest per­son makes the most money. Your mag­netic ap­peal draws the type of per­son closer who will be your best ad­vo­cate and friend. Let oth­ers ap­proach you.

Don’t ex­pect too much from your­self or from oth­ers. Even when you are fre­quently re­minded of your lim­i­ta­tions you must keep plug­ging. Con­sider a prob­lem thought­fully to makey­our work eas­ier.

Dust off an aba­cus to count all your pen­nies. Some­thing unique or at the ex­treme of old or new tech­nol­ogy may be ap­peal­ing. Slow and me­thod­i­cal meth­ods may get the job done, but don’t ex­pect ef­fu­sive pats on the back.

Share your dreams and in­spir­ing ideas. You soak up in­for­ma­tion like a sponge and can spread ideas like but­ter. This can be a good time to make friends with cre­ative thinkers and groups of peo­ple who share your ideas.

Op­er­at­ing with pre­ci­sion and ac­cu­racy may be chal­leng­ing un­der th­ese stars. Di­plo­macy and gen­uine friend­li­ness work well in group set­tings, but your so­cial striv­ings might not sit well with a sig­nif­i­cant other.

Some­one may take a job or ac­tiv­ity more se­ri­ously than you do. You might even find it dif­fi­cult to com­mu­ni­cate with some­one close to you be­cause that per­son is too busy. Re­main pa­tient even in the most try­ing cir­cum­stances. Luck is only use­ful if you are pre­pared to take ad­van­tage of an op­por­tu­nity when it ar­rives. This is a good time to tuck pen­nies away in the piggy bank. Pay at­ten­tion to the rules so you are ready for any con­tin­gency.

Dogs don’t bark at parked cars. If you don’t take ac­tion, you will give no one a rea­son to of­fer crit­i­cism. Your fam­ily will be a source of com­fort and com­pan­ion­ship if a dif­fi­cult job seems nev­erend­ing.

Your stamina is un­flag­ging. You are at your best when ev­ery­one else is on edge be­cause they are put un­der pres­sure. Other peo­ple find it dif­fi­cult to cope so do not be of­fended by mo­men­tary tem­per­a­men­tal out­bursts.

You may be look­ing at de­tails when the big, over­all pic­ture is what is im­por­tant. Rather than rolling up your pen­nies to cash in at the bank, you should be us­ing your brains to find a way to make those pen­nies earn in­ter­est.

The best thing to ex­er­cise is dis­cre­tion. You might be a bit put off by repet­i­tive tasks or mun­dane con­ver­sa­tions. Keep your dis­plea­sure to your­self. Fo­cus on be­ing a charm­ing per­son and putting peo­ple at ease. When you’re hot, you’re hot. In Jan­uary, Fe­bru­ary and March your ef­fer­ves­cent charm can be a valu­able as­set if you are seek­ing a new job, chang­ing ca­reers, or dili­gently look­ing for that spe­cial some­one. Peo­ple will over­look your short­com­ings and ac­cen­tu­ate the pos­i­tive, so it is easy to reach your goals. Jan­uary is an es­pe­cially good time to make ma­jor changes in your life or to hook up with in­flu­en­tial and ben­e­fi­cial peo­ple. In March you may meet up with fas­ci­nat­ing peo­ple, but don’t rock the sta­ble boat you have built by chang­ing part­ners or jobs. Lie low in April and avoid tak­ing on ad­di­tional re­spon­si­bil­i­ties.

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