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San Francisco Chronicle - - COMICS & PUZZLES - ARIES TAU­RUS GEM­INI CANCER LEO VIRGO By Christo­pher Ren­strom LI­BRA SCOR­PIO SAGIT­TAR­IUS CAPRI­CORN AQUAR­IUS PISCES

(March 19-April 18): You’re in the process of a trans­for­ma­tion, but for now the Jupiter/pluto con­junc­tion pro­vides pro­tec­tion when you need it.

(April 19-May 19): Don’t go over­board with cost cutting. A bud­get is like a pair of jeans. Yes, it should fit snugly but you don’t want to cut off cir­cu­la­tion.

(May 20-June 19): Why are you be­ing held to rules that oth­ers bend shame­lessly? Be­cause more’s ex­pected of you. Keep do­ing what you’re do­ing and you’ll pre­vail.

(June 20-July 21): You may not have the an­swers to the big ques­tions swirling around you, but if you stay cen­tered then you’ll rec­og­nize them when they ap­pear.

(July 22-Aug. 21): Did you over­play your hand? Prob­a­bly. But see what you can do about pick­ing up that card again be­fore any­one no­tices.

(Aug. 22-Sept. 21): You learned a long time ago how to do more with less. Not make do with less; do more with less. Your re­source­ful­ness and in­ven­tive­ness ben­e­fits you to­day.

(Sept. 22-Oct. 21): Some­times it’s only when we feel over­bur­dened that we open up to peo­ple. What starts out feel­ing like the last straw turns into a god­send.

(Oct. 22-Nov. 20): You’ll never get ahead do­ing things by the book. The Stars aren’t say­ing you have to lie, but you don’t have to di­vulge all ei­ther.

(Nov. 21-Dec. 20): If you’re go­ing to say no, say it. The sooner you answer ex­pec­tant par­ties, the sooner you’ll en­joy peace of mind.

(Dec. 21-Jan. 19): You can’t have the storm with­out the rain­bow and the ap­pear­ance of a dove with an olive branch in its beak (metaphor­i­cally speak­ing) is all the re­as­sur­ance you need.

(Jan. 20-Feb. 17): You’re get­ting too philo­soph­i­cal about that prob­lem. Just be­cause it’s stymied you doesn’t make it pro­found. Just change tac­tics.

(Feb. 18-March 18): The Jupiter/pluto con­junc­tion shows you com­ing through for some­one in a way nei­ther of you ex­pected. This casts things in a new light.

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