Stars

The week ahead with Adele Lang

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Aries MAR 21 – APRIL 20

The Sun is still in your sign and it’s set to bring out your play­ful side. This should make you pop­u­lar with young­sters in your midst. Grownups too will find it hard not to smile when you clown around. Hav­ing a laugh is good for the soul but don’t take it too far when in the pres­ence of those be­ing deadly se­ri­ous.

Can­cer JUNE 22 – JULY 23

Now the Sun’s moved into Tau­rus, you should feel more fi­nan­cially se­cure. But that doesn’t mean you’re free to take fool­hardy risks with money. Nor are you ad­vised to spend big on life’s lux­u­ries. Stick to the same bud­get as pre­vi­ous – no mat­ter how many peo­ple try to con­vince you to do oth­er­wise...

Libra SEPT 24 – OCT 23

Both Mars and Mercury sug­gest love may blos­som in the un­like­li­est of places. So if you are nor­mally a home­body, then ro­mance could be found on a trip away. If you’re an ad­ven­tur­ous soul, then vis­it­ing your lo­cal pub might do. This week, only op­po­sites will at­tract – so move out of your com­fort zone ASAP.

Capricorn DEC 22 – JAN 20

Saturn says con­cen­trate on home and fam­ily. This week, even the most ca­reer-con­scious Cap-girl can’t hope to make great gains at work by con­tin­u­ing to ne­glect her near­est and dear­est. Truth be told, on­go­ing do­mes­tic strife could start hin­der­ing your am­bi­tions to con­quer the world be­yond your own front door.

Tau­rus APRIL 21 – MAY 21

With most of the plan­ets mov­ing for­ward this week, you won’t be short on en­ergy or good health. In fact, you might be buzzing so much, peo­ple may ask you to tone it down. Don’t let that put a damp­ener on things though. Be­ing so full of getup-and-go means now is the per­fect time to achieve a long-held dream.

Leo JULY 24 – AUG 23

This star-gazer wants you to make a real ef­fort to get on with oth­ers (yep, even those you in­stantly dis­like). By treat­ing ev­ery­one in a fair-minded way, you won’t have to blame your­self if things go awry. In­stead, you can just walk away know­ing that you were per­fectly rea­son­able right from the start.

Scorpio OCT 24 – NOV 22

You’ve only got the next week to make a bold move so far as fi­nan­cial in­vest­ments are con­cerned. Af­ter that, the in­flu­ence of your mon­ey­planet Jupiter might mean you end up los­ing your nerve. Much-needed sup­port or ad­vice from fam­ily and friends should help you to ex­ploit a lim­ited, but rather prof­itable, of­fer.

Aquarius JAN 21 – FEB 19

Avoid harshly judg­ing peo­ple who are, quite clearly, less in­tel­li­gent than you. (Also bear in mind that not all can lay claim to be­ing the most cere­bral sign of the zo­diac.) This week, planetary pat­terns sig­nal some smart ob­ser­va­tions from sorts you wouldn’t nor­mally give the time of day. Lis­ten hard and then act fast.

Gem­ini MAY 22 – JUNE 21

A part­ner or suitor would do well to not be too con­trol­ling in forth­com­ing days. While you haven’t minded let­ting a lover take the reins in re­cent times, Mars now reck­ons you won’t put up with them telling you what to do. If you want ro­mance to thrive, then be frank about your need for free­dom.

Virgo AUG 24 – SEPT 23

Ex­pect the un­ex­pected over the next seven days. Ac­cord­ing to lu­nar ac­tiv­ity, not every sit­u­a­tion is go­ing to turn out as planned. How you re­act to curve­balls will de­ter­mine the out­come – be it good or bad. Frag­ile fam­ily af­fairs, in par­tic­u­lar, are re­liant upon you show­ing grace un­der enor­mous pres­sure.

Sagit­tar­ius NOV 23 – DEC 21

Mercury’s pres­ence in­di­cates trou­ble in par­adise when an al­ready flighty sign be­comes even flight­ier. You don’t need too many ex­cuses to bolt from a ro­mance at the best of times. And, un­for­tu­nately, this week you’re go­ing to be given plenty of good rea­sons to run. So, un­less it’s true love: on your marks, get set...

Pisces FEB 20 – MAR 20

Your money-planet Mars is hop­ing you’re in the mood for home im­prove­ments. If so, loved ones will be happy to help out. If you wish to avoid DIY projects, then fine. You’ve got lots of other things on your plate. Just don’t ex­pect fam­ily and friends to rush to your fi­nan­cial res­cue when it fi­nally suits you.

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