DAILY HORO­SCOPES

Chicago Sun-Times - - ENTERTAINMENT - BY GE­OR­GIA NI­COLS

ARIES ( March 21- April 19): Start this week slow be­cause dur­ing the morn­ing there is a Moon Alert, which means you can ex­pect de­lays, goofy mis­takes and short­ages. In fact, mid­day, tem­pers will be short, which means you would be wise to avoid con­tro­ver­sial top­ics. Don’t press any­one’s but­tons. ( And don’t undo their zip­pers.)

TAURUS ( April 20- May 20): Be aware of the Moon Alert be­cause while it oc­curs, it’s a poor time tomake de­ci­sions about fi­nan­cial­mat­ters. In ad­di­tion, youmight quar­rel with some­one over an in­her­i­tance or some­thing shared. Let the dust set­tle be­fore youmake a big deal. Re­lax.

GEMINI ( May 21- June 20): Check the Moon Alert so you know what’s hap­pen­ing. This is not a strong way for any­one to start their week. ( This ap­plies to all signs.) Dif­fi­cul­ties with au­thor­ity fig­ures, part­ners and close friends are likely mid­day.

CAN­CER ( June 21- July 22): Avoid dis­cus­sions or is­sues about pol­i­tics, re­li­gion and racial mat­ters this morn­ing. Not a good idea! In fact, post­pone any kind of im­por­tant dis­cus­sion or de­ci­sion un­til later in the day. You will also want to be pa­tient with co- work­ers, es­pe­cially mid­day, to avoid a con­fronta­tion.

LEO ( July 23- Aug. 22): Tread care­fully this morn­ing be­cause it’s a Moon Alert. Make no com­mit­ments or im­por­tant de­ci­sions. By mid­day, tem­pers are frayed; how­ever, as the day wears on, things be­come more mel­low. Re­mem­ber the ad­vice of Goethe, es­pe­cially with chil­dren: “Cor­rec­tion does much but en­cour­age­ment does more.”

VIRGO ( Aug. 23- Sept. 22): This morn­ing is a good time to play Bu­reau­cracy: Ev­ery­one stands in a cir­cle, and the first per­son to do any­thing loses. That’s how this morn­ing feels. Be pa­tient with fam­ily mem­bers and part­ners, es­pe­cially mid­day. Work to keep the peace. LIBRA ( Sept. 23- Oct. 22): This might be a frus­trat­ing day at work, es­pe­cially in the morn­ing. And by mid­day, peo­ple are frus­trated with each other! For­tu­nately, the af­ter­noon and evening are a great im­prove­ment. Ah yes, it’s al­ways dark­est be­fore it gets pitch black.

SCORPIO ( Oct. 23- Nov. 21): Avoid im­por­tant de­ci­sions, es­pe­cially fi­nan­cial de­ci­sions, this morn­ing. Keep an eye on the Moon Alert. An­other thing to avoid is a nasty lit­tle ar­gu­ment with some­one, which might oc­cur mid­day, with chil­dren or about chil­dren. It might also in­volve a ro­man­tic part­ner.

SAGITTARIUS ( Nov. 22- Dec. 21): You’re fired up to­day be­cause Mars is in your sign. Don’t go out on a limb in the morn­ing be­cause there is a Moon Alert, which means you can’t re­ally tell which way the wind is blow­ing. Be pa­tient with fam­ily mem­bers mid­day to avoid an ar­gu­ment.

CAPRICORN ( Dec. 22- Jan. 19): You’re keen to com­mu­ni­cate now. You have some­thing you want to say. This morn­ing, dur­ing the Moon Alert, is ac­tu­ally a good time for writ­ers, es­pe­cially fic­tion writ­ers. You might be ex­as­per­ated mid­day, but af­ter that it’s smooth sail­ing.

AQUARIUS ( Jan. 20- Feb. 18): Avoid squab­bles with oth­ers about money and pos­ses­sions mid­day to­day. And def­i­nitely avoid im­por­tant de­ci­sions in the morn­ing be­cause there’s a Moon Alert. Wait un­til the af­ter­noon to re­ally get go­ing. It’s a slow start to this week, that’s all.

PISCES ( Feb. 19- March 20): Af­ter the Moon Alert to­day, the moon will move into your sign. Since one is gen­er­ally more emo­tional when the moon is in his or her sign, be care­ful! In mid­day, you might have a hissy fit about some­thing. Keep your head down and your pow­der dry. This way you will stay out of trou­ble.

MOONALERT: Avoid shop­ping or big de­ci­sions from 2: 30 a. m. un­til 1: 15 p. m. Af­ter that, the Moon moves from Aquarius into Pisces. IFMARCH7 IS YOUR BIRTH­DAY: Ac­tor Bryan Cranston ( 1956) shares your birth­day to­day. You are sen­si­tive and giv­ing. Many of you live in an ab­stract world, in your mind and your imag­i­na­tion. This year oth­ers will ben­e­fit you, which is why your suc­cess lies with in­ter­act­ing with other peo­ple. There­fore, make friends and join clubs and or­ga­ni­za­tions. If you help oth­ers, you will also be help­ing your­self.

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