Your daily horo­scope

StarMetro Halifax - - DAILY LIFE - By Jacque­line Bi­gar


(March 21-April 19) If you can lie low, you might get a kick out of watch­ing a group of friends as they de­cide to re­verse course. The re­ac­tions they give might be un­be­liev­able. Be smart and ob­serve. Try to min­i­mize any com­ments, and watch an is­sue work it­self out. Tonight: Not to be found.


(April 20-May 20) You have taken on an in­or­di­nate amount of re­spon­si­bil­i­ties. Some­time around mid­day, you can re­lax and not be so con­cerned with each de­tail or is­sue that pops up. You might get feed­back that al­lows you to feel good about a se­quence of sud­den changes. Tonight: Hang with the crowd.


(May 21-June 20) Make long-dis­tance calls in the morn­ing, be­fore your sched­ule be­comes too hec­tic. You will want to mull over a re­cent in­sight. You could be stunned by how a friend sees his or her uni­verse. In the af­ter­noon, de­cide to take the lead. Tonight: In­vite friends to join you for a break.


(June 21-July 22) Lis­ten to what is be­ing shared by a boss. You might witness the re­ver­sal of what was just suggested. Try to un­earth the fun­da­men­tal is­sue that this per­son must deal with. Hap­pi­ness sur­rounds those who are more open and authen­tic. Tonight: Love the one you’re with.


(July 23-Aug. 22) Your pop­u­lar­ity soars, and you might have more choices than you’d like to have. Main­tain a sense of hu­mor when try­ing to make plans with some­one at a dis­tance or when lis­ten­ing to a friend’s change of mind. Feel­ings come out be­tween you and a loved one. Tonight: Out late.


(Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Tackle what you must im­me­di­ately in the morn­ing. Dis­trac­tions seem to ap­pear from out of nowhere in the evening. If you have been ef­fi­cient and or­ga­nized, you can be a lit­tle in­dul­gent with your sched­ule. You might meet some­one of in­ter­est. Tonight: Ac­cept an in­vi­ta­tion to go out.


(Sept. 23-Oct. 22) Take off to spend time with a loved one. This per­son will ap­pre­ci­ate you and your ef­forts. You will be in a more chip­per mood when you get to work. You could be sur­prised by a part­ner’s re­ac­tion in the af­ter­noon. Im­merse your­self in your work. Tonight: Don’t push.


(Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Get­ting go­ing could be quite chal­leng­ing. In­stead of fight­ing city hall, why not en­joy a leisurely morn­ing? The af­ter­noon de­mands your cre­ativ­ity. Are you aware that you have an ad­mirer? If you look around, you might re­al­ize who this per­son is. Tonight: Paint the town red.


(Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Make calls in the morn­ing. You will re­ceive a pos­i­tive re­sponse. Now might be the time to bring up a dif­fi­cult topic. On the other hand, you could de­cide to en­joy an easy con­ver­sa­tion. In the af­ter­noon, you’ll rec­og­nize that a prob­lem must be han­dled alone. Tonight: Hang close to home.


(Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Use care with your fi­nances, as you or some­one else is likely to make a mis­take. Your cau­tion could pre­vent a prob­lem from hap­pen­ing. You might be in meet­ings or brain­storm­ing with one per­son most of the af­ter­noon. Tonight: Hang out at a fa­vorite spot with loved ones.


(Jan. 20-Feb. 18) No mat­ter what hap­pens, you seem to be all smiles in the morn­ing. Deal with dif­fi­cult peo­ple at that time, as you are more likely to gain their fa­vor then. Fi­nan­cial mat­ters come for­ward in the af­ter­noon. Tonight: Pay bills first.


(Feb. 19-March 20) What­ever ails you in the morn­ing will dis­solve later in the day. Give your­self per­mis­sion to be slug­gish in the morn­ing or to sleep in. You will want all of your en­ergy in the af­ter­noon. Some­one wants to spend time with you. Tonight: Choose a fa­vorite stress-buster.

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