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ARIES March 21 - April 20

You move about ac­com­plish­ing tasks with more ease and mind­ful­ness now, as your low-key anx­i­ety fi­nally sim­mers down. Iron­i­cally, you might not re­al­ize you were stressed un­til it is gone. You re­joice in ex­pe­ri­enc­ing life as a trav­eler of the world, not tied to one place, per­son, or pro­fes­sion.

TAU­RUS April 21 - May 21

You may have a keen in­ter­est in re­pair­ing var­i­ous bro­ken items to­day. But your first pri­or­ity might be to mend a re­cent mis­un­der­stand­ing with a friend or col­league. How­ever, be mind­ful that not ev­ery­thing can be hashed out with dates and de­tails. Sal­vage and re­new as much as you can.

GEM­INI May 22 - June 21

You seek to re­store a frac­tured re­la­tion­ship with an au­thor­ity fig­ure. You might have re­cently ex­pe­ri­enced a breach of trust with this per­son or maybe the prob­lem is with how you’re as­sert­ing your au­thor­ity. Reestab­lish­ing a con­nec­tion based on mu­tual re­spect cre­ates stur­dier foun­da­tion.

CAN­CER June 22 - July 23 Im­ple­ment­ing sub­tle but pow­er­ful changes can hap­pen without in­ter­fer­ence now. Con­sider the smooth­ness of this en­er­getic shift the part­ing gift of the in­de­pen­dent Sagit­tar­ius Moon’s free-flow­ing trine to in­no­va­tive Uranus. Don’t stress to­day over whether a mod­i­fi­ca­tion will last.

LEO July 24 - Au­gust 23 Main­tain­ing an easy­go­ing na­ture foils any­one’s at­tempts to ruf­fle your mane. How­ever, it’s not like you are at­tain­ing some im­per­turbable peace; you’re sim­ply in a live-and-letlive frame of mind now. You can re­spect ev­ery­one’s choices as long as they re­spect yours. Be kind.

VIRGO Au­gust 24 - Septem­ber 23 You might come across is­sues from your past that trou­ble you to­day. But what dis­turbs you the most are ques­tions about the choices be­yond your con­trol. You may won­der why you were not in­formed of these mat­ters sooner or what you should do now that you know the truth.

LI­BRA Septem­ber 24 - Oc­to­ber 23 Carve out a slice of time to process what oth­ers re­veal to you. How­ever, don’t chew too long on a com­ment care­lessly thrown about when its sender meant no harm. Wait be­fore you shoot back mis­sives of your own, since ask­ing for clar­ity will likely pre­vent an un­nec­es­sary ar­gu­ment.

SCOR­PIO Oc­to­ber 24 - No­vem­ber 22 Ac­knowl­edge your hard work by in­vest­ing in your­self to­day. Hold­ing onto the reins of your fi­nan­cial fu­ture can be stress­ful, even if you’re do­ing your very best to track your re­sources. Rec­og­nize your self-worth and be pre­pared to see the ben­e­fits mul­ti­ply in ways you can’t imag­ine.

SAGIT­TAR­IUS No­vem­ber 23 - De­cem­ber 21 You can slip into a sooth­ing groove that keeps you on the go yet mov­ing at an even-keeled pace. Go easy on the caf­feine or sugar to­day, be­cause it might make you ex­tra jit­tery and rest­less. Trust more that you can stay alert nat­u­rally as long as you are get­ting enough sleep.

CAPRI­CORN De­cem­ber 22 - Jan­uary 20 Un­fin­ished busi­ness begs for your un­di­vided at­ten­tion. How­ever, you’re feel­ing some dread about deal­ing with the ex­tra work be­cause there is al­ready enough on your plate and you’re not look­ing for more. Meet­ing your re­sis­tance head-on will prob­a­bly go much bet­ter than you sur­mise.

AQUAR­IUS Jan­uary 21 - Fe­bru­ary 19 You trea­sure your crew of com­pan­ions and col­leagues. How­ever, it might be tax­ing on your emo­tional and fi­nan­cial re­serves to pro­tect and res­cue them ev­ery time they call. Step up your own self-care while the en­thu­si­as­tic Sagit­tar­ius Moon squares healer Ch­i­ron.

PISCES Fe­bru­ary 20 - March 20 Doubts about soar­ing ahead with your ca­reer goals linger as long as you let them. The cres­cent Moon’s wax­ing light aligns with in­ven­tive Uranus to give you real in­sight and cre­ativ­ity for work­ing around ap­par­ent ob­sta­cles. Your imag­i­na­tion paints a bright and col­or­ful fu­ture.

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