Regina Leader-Post - - YOU - MON­DAY, JAN­UARY 14, 2019 Im­pul­sive Lu­nar Shift By Hol­i­day

Im­pulses, by na­ture, have short lives. If you don’t fol­low an im­pulse within five sec­onds, you’re un­likely to fol­low it at all, and it dies. Of course, an­other could take its place. Then you’d have an­other five-sec­ond win­dow to act. Use the tim­ing of im­pulses to your ben­e­fit as the moon shifts from ac­tive Aries to rooted Taurus.

ARIES (March 21-April 19).

The old say­ing “a penny for your thoughts” wasn’t ac­count­ing for in­fla­tion. Your thoughts are worth much more, and if you or­ga­nize and present them, you’ll be paid.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20).

Whereas some at­tack projects, you ap­proach, ne­go­ti­ate, ar­range, or­ga­nize, com­part­men­tal­ize and dance with them. Your work to­day will be as grace­ful as art.

GEM­INI (May 21-June 21).

Can you pro­vide peo­ple with a rea­son to feel de­lighted, uplifted and hope­ful about what’s to come? If so, you’ll be one of the few to­day. But be warned: Though they are “few,” they are dis­pro­por­tion­ately pop­u­lar.

CAN­CER (June 22-July 22).

You’ll praiser, de­flect chan­nel praise at­ten­tion back and to the re­sources to where they will do the most good, and di­rect neg­a­tiv­ity and crit­i­cism to­ward a con­struc­tive pur­pose -- all prac­tices of a great leader.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22).

When hurt or of­fended, you rarely re­act in the mo­ment. You need time to process your feel­ings and may, in the mean­time, be­have dif­fer­ently to­ward the source of your dis­com­fort, which is only nat­u­ral. Give your­self space.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).

You’ve been gen­tle with your­self and let your­self ease into the work, but now it’s time to change tone, get se­ri­ous, make de­mands and push, per­haps even force your­self to dis­cover your grit.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).

It’s not like you to pur­sue a thing half­heart­edly. When it hap­pens, you have to ask your­self, “Why am I hold­ing back?” Do you sense some­thing’s off about the sit­u­a­tion, or is this about your con­fi­dence? You’ll get hon­est and solve it.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21).

Fi­nally, some progress in af­fairs of the heart. And the best part is that you didn’t have to ask an­noy­ing ques­tions such as, “Can we talk?” Some­how, you just nat­u­rally got onto the same page.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21).

Har­mony isn’t al­ways reached through hard work and fi­nagling. To­day will prove the con­cept. Metaphor­i­cally, you just open your mouth and start singing. The tones match up. It’s as nat­u­ral as wolves howl­ing in a pack.

CAPRI­CORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19).

The crit­i­cal find it easy to crit­i­cize; the agree­able find it easy to agree. Both have ad­van­tages and fol­lies. A learn­ing ex­er­cise: Wher­ever you are on the spec­trum, seek a tone on the other side and give it a whirl.

AQUAR­IUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18).

For 90 per­cent of the day, what you say will not be so im­por­tant as how you say it. But for the re­main­ing 10 per­cent (and you’ll sense it when you’re there), do en­deavor to get the mes­sage ex­actly right. It will save you from wast­ing time.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20).

Hav­ing some­one to re­port to will make the dif­fer­ence when it comes to get­ting to the goal. If this sort of re­la­tion­ship doesn’t ex­ist nat­u­rally in your cur­rent life, set it up. It will quickly be­come a fix­ture when you see how well it works.


Great­ness al­ways in­volves some level of sur­ren­der. Novice per­form­ers sing a song. Great per­form­ers let the song sing them. This metaphor best de­scribes the shift you make this year, and the im­prove­ments hap­pen across the board, from the per­sonal to the pro­fes­sional; your “au­di­ence” will move to your groove. Aries and Gem­ini adore you. Your lucky num­bers are: 8, 40, 28, 1 and 27.


“What do you have to say about the fu­ture of a per­son whose birth­date is Nov. 24, 1996, and a per­son whose birth­date is Jan. 3, 1995? Could their stars cross? Could they marry? Also, is it writ­ten in the stars that I’ll marry a cer­tain per­son?”

When it comes to whom you’ll marry, the de­cid­ing fac­tor is you. Destiny’s part is to show the op­tions. Could the two birth­dates you de­scribed be­come a mar­ried cou­ple? Any­thing is pos­si­ble. A per­son born Nov. 24, 1996, is a Sagittarius and is wild at heart. This per­son’s spirit of ad­ven­ture is fu­eled by a de­sire to see the world and ex­pe­ri­ence as much of it as is pos­si­ble in one life­time. This does not usu­ally go hand in hand with a young mar­riage un­less the other per­son is also a se­ri­ous ad­ven­turer. A per­son whose birth­date is Jan. 3, 1995, is a Capri­corn with Mer­cury, Uranus and Nep­tune also in this prac­ti­cal, or­ga­nized and am­bi­tious sign. These two are a fire­and-earth com­bi­na­tion. They don’t al­ways share sim­i­lar val­ues, so there are dif­fer­ences to work out here, yet these two bal­ance each other’s en­ergy and can learn a great deal from each other.


Capri­corn Ja­son Bate­man was al­ready a Hol­ly­wood vet­eran by the time he played the child an­tag­o­nist in the TV series “Sil­ver Spoons.” Three decades later, the show busi­ness lifer is busier than ever pro­duc­ing, di­rect­ing and act­ing in projects, in­clud­ing the third sea­son of the thrilling crime drama “Ozark.” His natal Venus is in Pisces, in­di­cat­ing that he has a highly in­tu­itive ap­proach to life and work. Write Hol­i­day Mathis at Hol­i­day­[email protected] COPY­RIGHT 2019 CRE­ATORS.COM

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