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Scorpio OCT 24 – NOV 22

No need to rely on trusty old pals this week! You’re nat­u­rally sus­pi­cious and se­cre­tive, but stel­lar align­ments sig­nal you’ll have no prob­lem mak­ing new friends. You’re in a more re­laxed frame of mind than usual – and it’ll make a huge dif­fer­ence when you’re faced with un­fa­mil­iar so­cial sur­rounds.

Aquarius JAN 21 – FEB 19

Fret­ting about a fam­ily mem­ber’s state of health or fi­nan­cial af­fairs could turn out to be un­nec­es­sary, but you won’t know un­til you dare ask them if there’s any­thing wrong. This week’s lu­nar ac­tiv­ity sig­nals there may be pos­i­tive news on the hori­zon. So pipe up and (with any luck) put your mind at ease. Taurus

APRIL 21 – MAY 21

A stalling ro­mance could be ready to roar into ac­tion once more. How­ever, you’ll need to be in the driver’s seat if you want things to head in the right di­rec­tion. Much as a part­ner or suitor might be keen to re­new re­la­tions, only you have the 20/20 vi­sion re­quired at this par­tic­u­lar mo­ment in time.

Leo JULY 24 – AUG 23

As an­noy­ing as it may be, not ev­ery­one is go­ing to prove a pushover in forth­com­ing days. In­deed, cur­rent astro-trends sug­gest more than one per­son may drag their heels over your ideas. At work, in par­tic­u­lar, you may have to ar­gue quite fiercely if you want to see your plans come to fruition.

Sagit­tar­ius NOV 23 – DEC 21

Af­fairs of the heart are look­ing up for sin­gles. Mer­cury’s trav­el­ling with Jupiter, mean­ing chance meet­ings could turn into promis­ing ro­man­tic unions. Those in re­la­tion­ships should also ben­e­fit from such a pos­i­tive plan­e­tary hook-up. A sur­prise gift, trip or dec­la­ra­tion could be in store... Pisces

FEB 20 – MAR 20

Mak­ing plans to trans­form your home or over­haul your ca­reer could prove to be a smart move in forth­com­ing days. Ob­vi­ously, oth­ers might voice strong reser­va­tions, and some of their points might be valid. Still, this stargazer firmly be­lieves you shouldn’t let over­all pooh-poohing put you off.

Gem­ini MAY 22 – JUNE 21

Lu­nar ac­tiv­ity in your sign this week bodes well for fi­nan­cial trans­ac­tions. Even those twin-types ex­chang­ing more mod­est sums of money may feel they’ve cut a good deal. Whether you are buy­ing or sell­ing, do still check the fine print, just in case cheeky lit­tle clauses end up catch­ing you out!

Virgo AUG 24 – SEPT 23

Saturn says don’t be so self-crit­i­cal if friends are giv­ing you grief. This week, short­com­ings in so­cial cir­cles aren’t re­ally your fault. Truth be told, you have gone out of your way to keep ev­ery­one happy. Rather than beat your­self up about un­fair ac­cu­sa­tions, walk away with your head held high. Hard work will pay off in the near fu­ture. Now Venus is mov­ing for­ward again, pre­vi­ous ob­sta­cles in your path are now be­ing re­moved, one by one. This, in turn, should pro­vide you with the con­fi­dence you need to get things done. Help from a par­ent or parental fig­ure could help im­mensely.

Aries MAR 21 – APRIL 20

Ten­sions at home can be al­le­vi­ated if you make an ef­fort to lis­ten. Sure, you’re an opin­ion­ated sort of star sign, but that doesn’t give you the right to leap in with sug­ges­tions ev­ery other se­cond. By let­ting loved ones speak, you’ll re­alise they don’t want big an­swers – they just want to talk.

Cancer JUNE 22 – JULY 23

Uranus wants all crab-girls to em­brace change over the next seven days. The only way you’ll get your­self out of your present rut is by ac­tively set­ting some chal­lenges. How about tak­ing up a new hobby? Or start study­ing an aca­demic sub­ject? Any­thing done now is sure to shake off slug­gish­ness.

Libra SEPT 24 – OCT 23

Fur­ther­ing your ca­reer looms large (or im­prov­ing your do­mes­tic rou­tine, if you’re not presently in work). Ei­ther way, don’t ex­pect all of your near­est and dear­est to be sup­port­ive. The changes you plan to make will re­quire sac­ri­fice on their part. Baby steps may be bet­ter than gi­ant ones.

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