HOROSCOPES: AU­GUST 27, 2020

Chicago Sun-Times - - ENTERTAINM­ENT - GE­OR­GIA NI­COLS

MOON ALERT: Avoid shop­ping or mak­ing im­por­tant de­ci­sions from 6:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. Chicago time. Af­ter that, the Moon moves from Sagittariu­s into Capricorn.

IF TO­DAY IS YOUR BIRTH­DAY: Ac­tor Aaron Paul (1979) shares your birth­day. You have ex­cel­lent so­cial skills. You are gen­er­ous, dis­ci­plined and help­ful to oth­ers. It’s your turn for a fun-lov­ing year ahead! You will be more pop­u­lar and will en­joy warm friend­ships. You will also be more grate­ful for your life and will ap­pre­ci­ate the ev­ery­day hap­pi­ness and beauty around you. This year is the time for an im­por­tant choice.

Aries (March 21-April 19): To­day you want to help a fam­ily mem­ber if they need as­sis­tance or sup­port. You might lend a sym­pa­thetic ear if they need to talk to you. Some of you will be in­ter­ested in re­dec­o­rat­ing at home in a rather lav­ish way. It’s a fuzzy, in­ter­est­ing day.

Taurus (April 20-May 20): Feel­ings of es­capism are strong. Hey, we all need to get outta Dodge at times, and to­day you need a change of scenery. At the least, you will spend time day­dream­ing or be­ing lost in a fan­tasy world. Re­lax and en­joy!

Gemini (May 21-June 20): Two sep­a­rate in­flu­ences are at play. The place­ment of the moon makes you fo­cus on shared prop­erty, in­sur­ance mat­ters and in­her­i­tances. But Venus makes you starry eyed and im­prac­ti­cal about money is­sues. Could this be the Gemini twins at work?

Can­cer (June 21-July 22): This is a gen­tle day and you feel a gen­uine con­cern for some­one, which is why you will help and sup­port some­one. Fur­ther­more, the moon is op­po­site your sign, means you have to ac­com­mo­date and co­op­er­ate with oth­ers. You can do this.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22): You have money on your mind, and you’re ready to work. How­ever, some­thing go­ing on be­hind the scenes will grab your at­ten­tion. Could this be that you are con­cerned for the wel­fare of some­one who is less for­tu­nate than you? (Many of us feel this way right now.)

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): You are strong now with the sun and Mer­cury in your sign, which means you can help a friend or a mem­ber of a group. You will prob­a­bly do this be­cause your ide­al­ism is aroused and you al­ways feel bet­ter when you help oth­ers.

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): It’s in­ter­est­ing. Many of you are low key be­cause you want to be or be­cause you have a se­cret. Mean­while, a ro­mance with a boss or some­one in au­thor­ity is def­i­nitely tak­ing place for many of you. Con­nect the dots! Or maybe you just have a crush on some­one? (Crushes are ex­cit­ing.)

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Be­cause your ide­al­ism is aroused, you want to help some­one in need, per­haps in an­other coun­try or far away. If you can do this, this is won­der­ful. We all de­pend on the kind­ness of oth­ers, es­pe­cially when we are young and again when we are old.

Sagittariu­s (Nov. 22-Dec. 21):

Keep your pock­ets open to­day be­cause peo­ple will be gen­er­ous to you, es­pe­cially if you ask for help. Ei­ther way, de­ci­sions that are made will tend to go in your fa­vor. Fur­ther­more, some­one might let you use some­thing that they own. Mean­while, ro­mance is ten­der and spe­cial.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): You don’t feel like work­ing hard to­day. But you will be sym­pa­thetic to a friend or part­ner and be will­ing to lis­ten to their con­cerns and their prob­lems. Like­wise, you might need a sym­pa­thetic ear to lis­ten to your con­cerns as well. We all need lov­ing sup­port from each other.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): It might sur­prise you that some­one at work will come to with their prob­lems and you find your­self in the role of an am­a­teur psy­chol­o­gist or coun­selor. You are very good in this role be­cause you gen­uinely like peo­ple — and you’re smart.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20): Ro­mance is the stuff of movies to­day. Soft lights, gen­tle mu­sic and the se­duc­tion of some­one in­ter­est­ing or al­lur­ing. Well, this won’t hap­pen for ev­ery­one. You might en­joy a movie or read a book to in­dulge your ro­man­tic de­sires. (Sigh.)

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