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 20-Feb. 18 19-March 20 — Tri­bune Me­dia Ser­vices

Strike while the iron is hot and ham­mer out a deal. Start new jobs and projects and put con­tracts into mo­tion. The fo­cus is on for­ward mo­tion, so don’t get held up by the past or side­tracked by emo­tional is­sues.

Open your heart to those who need it most. Give a furry friend from the an­i­mal shel­ter a home or lend your time to those less for­tu­nate than your­self. Act in the spirit of the up­com­ing hol­i­day with­out reser­va­tion.

When­the­bell rings, race for the door. A few hours of re­cess where you can en­joy fresh air and sun­shine will do you a world of good. Some peo­ple may not have the pa­tience to deal with a seden­tary life­style.

Make your moves count. Get key agree­ments ironed out while con­di­tions stream­line group agree­ment. Cre­ative projects should move along with­out snags and you can boost your rep­u­ta­tion by be­ing a go-get­ter.

You may need to wear a thicker skin. A mi­nor com­ment or crit­i­cism could be taken too lit­er­ally and cre­ate a dis­agree­ment if you let it get un­der your skin. Main­tain a pos­i­tive mood and turn the other cheek when ap­pro­pri­ate.

Be­ing de­pend­able and re­li­able is the foun­da­tion upon which a last­ing re­la­tion­ship is built. Rock-solid re­la­tion­ships can with­stand mi­nor ag­i­ta­tion and they grow stronger when sur­rounded by trust, peace and har­mony.

You may feel you are on solid ground with fi­nances, but it’s wise to take a sec­ond look be­fore mak­ing key pur­chases. Trendy items you buy now might not be in style in a few weeks. Ask for ad­vice from a fam­ily mem­ber. You may be tempted to mix busi­ness with plea­sure. Tact and diplo­macy are your strong­est points when deal­ing with busi­ness af­fairs. You pos­sess a fine eye for de­tail and will be sat­is­fied with noth­ing less than per­fec­tion.

When clouds blow away, the true blue sky is re­vealed. You may see some­one close to you in a dif­fer­ent light af­ter a ca­sual dis­clo­sure. Use this knowl­edge to your ad­van­tage but do not risk fi­nances or your peace of mind.

If you paste a smile on your face it keeps your tongue from wag­ging. Some­one may think you are over­bear­ing or boast­ful if you at­tempt to dis­cuss an im­por­tant is­sue. Find a way to prove your point silently.

Com­pro­mis­ing con­tacts must be con­tained. You may make progress by work­ing side by side with mem­bers of the op­po­site sex, but it is wise to main­tain deco­rum. In­ap­pro­pri­ate ad­vances could pro­voke a def­i­nite chill.

If si­lence is golden, then not com­plain­ing when some­thing doesn’t go your way is sil­ver. You may be bogged down by too many con­fus­ing is­sues. Be pa­tient and things will take a turn for the bet­ter by later this week. Your view­points may shift dur­ing the com­ing six to eight weeks as you min­gle with peo­ple in clubs, or­ga­ni­za­tions or the com­mu­nity. In Fe­bru­ary and March your busi­ness acu­men is at a peak, mak­ing it an ex­cel­lent time to re­ex­am­ine your in­vest­ments and busi­ness plans. Don’t take on credit-card debt or overex­tend your­self in April, when you are overly am­bi­tious and may miss what is re­ally im­por­tant. There’s a chance for a ro­man­tic va­ca­tion with a mate or a fated meet­ing with a thrilling new love in­ter­est. In May you may have a choice be­tween tak­ing the high road and the low road, but you may be un­der peer pres­sure to travel on the wrong road.

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