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JENNY BLUME pre­dicts your des­tiny for this week APR 16-22

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Aries MAR 21 – APR 20

im­pres­sive, Your en­thu­si­asm is on too much? but have you taken Saturn could Over the cooler months search­ing, so prompt a spot of soul- any­thing more. avoid sign­ing up for a whole new Late win­ter might bring ca­reer – but for strat­egy – or a new needs now that rest­less streak sat­is­fy­ing, so get the adren­a­line pump­ing!

Tau­rus APR 21 – MAY 21

As the new moon trig­gers your deep­est re­cesses, your sen­ti­men­tal streak will seek sus­te­nance. Fo­cus on things that’ll make your heart sing. Catch a con­cert, re­visit a hol­i­day haunt or catch up with friends. As you re­lax, your close re­la­tion­ships should go from strength to strength.

Gemini MAY 22 – JUN 21

Keep­ing every­one happy can be ex­haust­ing. If you’re feel­ing stressed, take a step back and stop feel­ing guilty about nur­tur­ing your­self. Walks, mu­sic, yoga – it’s all good. A big de­ci­sion may be loom­ing, but don’t do some­thing that feels wrong. Look out for a book that could in­spire a pos­i­tive mind­set. Can­cer JUN 22 – JUL 23 Team­work is a key in­gre­di­ent for hap­pi­ness this month, both at work and on the fam­ily front, so prac­tise the art of del­e­ga­tion or an­gry feel­ings will grow. If you’re play­ing the dat­ing game, a friendly set-up may send sparks fly­ing, so why not sug­gest a lit­tle match­mak­ing? Things could move quickly! Leo JUL 24 – AUG 23 Some­thing you once wanted or as­pired to is mov­ing closer, but Saturn’s shift into re­verse could prompt a few ques­tions. Con­sider the im­pact on your health and well­be­ing. Don’t rush in un­til all the facts have been gath­ered. In the mean­time, clear your head with a big dose of fun and ad­ven­ture.

Virgo AUG 24 – SEP 23

Co­in­ci­dences this week will be any­thing but, so pay close at­ten­tion to any “signs” and lis­ten for some timely ad­vice. The go-get­ter Aries moon could trig­ger an ex­cit­ing new plan. Defuse the stress with ex­tra ex­er­cise, or visit a place that’s famed for its food or pro­duce. You’ll pick up some great tips.

Libra SEP 24 – OCT 23

Look­ing for love? The sun is cast­ing a rosy glow onto old re­la­tion­ships, and spoil­ing sin­gles with a se­lec­tion of ro­man­tic types – or peo­ple from your past. Late au­tumn could bring a re­struc­tur­ing of as­sets. Some Li­brans may even con­sider re­lo­cat­ing, but don’t rush into any­thing.

Sagittarius NOV 23 – DEC 22

If work’s been sap­ping your en­ergy, au­tumn’s rest­less pat­terns might act as a cat­a­lyst for change. By spring, you could find your­self do­ing some­thing quite dif­fer­ent. The new moon could bring a string of par­ties or reunions, but don’t overdo the wines as ram­bling con­fes­sions could prove em­bar­rass­ing.

Aquarius JAN 21 – FEB 19

As the weather cools down, a yearn­ing to get away could be­come an ob­ses­sion. April’s en­er­getic stars should en­large your so­cial cir­cle as they push you out and about. Con­certs and food-fo­cused events should hit your sweet spot. For sin­gles, they could set the scene for ro­mance. Wear red for luck.

Scorpio OCT 24 – NOV 22

Up for a fresh chal­lenge? Shap­ing a new you should be easy un­der this month’s stars. Just don’t rush into ex­pen­sive mem­ber­ships or sur­gi­cal pro­ce­dures, as win­ter could bring a change of cir­cum­stances or heart! If a work op­por­tu­nity presents it­self, do your re­search and be sure it’s what you want.

Capricorn DEC 23 – JAN 20

Find­ing it hard to move for­ward? You might be stuck in the past. Au­tumn could bring a full-scale clear-out, both phys­i­cally and emo­tion­ally, but by spring your step should be much lighter. Luck­ily, there are stacks of fun and laugh­ter in store as well. You might even tap into a hid­den pas­sion or tal­ent.

Pisces FEB 20 – MAR 20

What have you al­ways wanted to do? With ex­pres­sive stars cast­ing such a bright light, it could be time to check out a few work­shops. Al­ter­na­tively, why not join a club or start a sport­ing team? These so­cial stars could in­tro­duce you to a whole new crowd, and sin­gles might bump into some­one spe­cial.

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