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JENNY BLUME pre­dicts your destiny for this week, DEC 3-9

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Sagittarius NOV 23 – DEC 22

them! Don’t be shy, go daz­zle in the stars, Over­hauls are writ­ten some­thing so treat your­self to for ages. As you’ve been want­ing good glow onto the sun casts a feel- with fam­ily your chart, con­nect­ing feel ef­fort­less, and friends should your hard work while in the of­fice, might be re­warded.

Capricorn DEC 23 – JAN 20

Bring on the sum­mer fun! Saturn is prompt­ing all sorts of se­ri­ous thoughts, but some­times, the best strat­egy is to kick up your heels. Thanks to Venus, your friend­ship sec­tor is spring­ing back to life, and so is that cheeky sense of hu­mour. Con­certs and com­edy shows should hit just the right note.

Aquarius JAN 21 – FEB 19

Op­por­tu­ni­ties are headed your way from ev­ery di­rec­tion. Fri­day’s sparkling new moon could bring a well-de­served award or of­fer, and that’s just for starters. Sin­gles might find them­selves in some­one’s ro­man­tic sights, while on the so­cial scene, a friend’s ac­tions might touch your heart.

Pisces FEB 20 – MAR 20

As Mer­cury jolts back into for­ward gear, plans for the fu­ture will be­gin to take shape. Some Fish might take on a new role at work, while for oth­ers, study or travel plans will build mo­men­tum. Venus could spark some ex­cit­ing hol­i­day ideas – you might even man­age to mix work with play.

Aries MAR 21 – APR 20

Vi­sions for the fu­ture are crys­tal­is­ing, so let your­self dream. Seeds sown un­der this week’s new moon should ripen through 2019. Mer­cury’s di­rec­tional shift should work beau­ti­fully for your finances, but take it easy un­der Satur­day’s ex­trav­a­gant stars. Wear a moon­stone for luck.

Taurus APR 21 – MAY 21

Pull out your party dresses and pre­pare for fun! The cos­mos is work­ing in your favour, not just money­wise, but on the re­la­tion­ship front as well. Cou­ples should feel a fresh surge of en­thu­si­asm, while for sin­gles, a new love in­ter­est might make an ap­pear­ance. Ask a friend to play Cupid!

Gemini MAY 22 – JUN 21

Team ef­forts should pro­duce great re­sults through sum­mer, so get in­volved. Your net­work­ing skills look im­pres­sive, along with your abil­ity to pull people to­gether. If you’ve fallen into a re­la­tion­ship rut, Fri­day’s lively new moon might be just what the doc­tor ordered.

Cancer JUN 22 – JUL 23

Ready to bounce into sum­mer? Fri­day’s new moon could usher you into a more ac­tive, out­doorsy life­style, and as a bonus, a stress­ful fam­ily is­sue could van­ish. Venus’ ar­rival in your so­cial sec­tor could trans­form you into a party princess – just watch those fes­tive tip­ples!

Leo JUL 24 – AUG 23

Your creative ap­proach could win ac­co­lades this month, both at home and at work, but rein in that ex­trav­a­gant streak. Hand­made gifts might be a smart idea, along with home­cooked treats and items that touch the heart. As feel­ings flow, love­birds could find the vibe flip­ping to hot and heavy.

Virgo AUG 24 – SEP 23

Go on, live a lit­tle! A spe­cial con­cert or culi­nary event might beckon, and with your senses ac­ti­vated, you’ll love ev­ery minute. Lo­cal events are also on the agenda, and for sin­gles, they could prove un­ex­pect­edly in­ter­est­ing. It might even be you play­ing host, so keep your fridge stocked.

Libra SEP 24 – OCT 23

Co­in­ci­dences this week will be any­thing but, so pay at­ten­tion – the cos­mos might be try­ing to tell you some­thing. Money­wise, Venus is sig­nalling a buoy­ant month – there could even be a sur­prise pay­ment in the pipe­line – but don’t go over the top. Be­ing a so­cial but­ter­fly can be ex­pen­sive!

Scor­pio OCT 24 – NOV 22

Call it good karma! Un­der this month’s aus­pi­cious stars, many Scor­pi­ons will re­ceive a gen­er­ous bonus or gift – and it’s just a taste of things to come. Ideas for­mu­lated un­der th­ese fer­tile con­di­tions should blos­som as 2019 un­folds, so start dis­cussing your dreams or write a new moon wish-list.

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