MOON ALERT: Avoid shop­ping or big pur­chases from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. After that, the moon moves from Aries into Tau­rus.

IF TO­DAY IS YOUR BIRTH­DAY: Ac­tor Ja­son Bate­man (1969) shares your birth­day to­day. You are or­ga­nized and easy to get along with. You are al­ways loyal and de­voted to your loved ones. This year is a time of com­ple­tions and tak­ing in­ven­tory be­cause you are wrap­ping up a nine-year cy­cle. Ex­pect to say good­bye to peo­ple, places and pos­ses­sions. The good news is you are mov­ing away from heavy bur­dens to some­thing new and lighter!

Aries (March 21-April 19): To­day is full of sur­prises. For starters, you feel rest­less, ex­citable and pos­si­bly re­bel­lious. Who knows what’s go­ing to hap­pen next? Mean­while, your Spidey sense is very tuned in to par­ents, bosses, VIPs and the po­lice. Maybe you do know what’s go­ing to hap­pen next!

Tau­rus (April 20-May 20): Be­cause your ide­al­ism is aroused to­day, you might sur­prise your­self by im­pul­sively do­ing some­thing. You might fol­low your in­tu­itions, whims or de­sires be­cause you want to visit some­place beau­ti­ful or talk to some­one who in­spires you.

Gem­ini (May 21-June 20): A friend, per­haps a fe­male, might do some­thing that catches you off guard to­day. It might be stim­u­lat­ing or it might stop you in your tracks. Per­haps new in­for­ma­tion will in­spire you to be gen­er­ous to oth­ers or help you do fundrais­ing or make your mark?

Can­cer (June 21-July 22): Tread care­fully be­cause bosses, par­ents and VIPs might sud­denly over­re­act or do some­thing you least ex­pect. Stay light on your feet so that you can jump in ei­ther di­rec­tion. Mean­while, a heart-to­heart talk with a friend or part­ner might be mean­ing­ful for you to­day. (Gosh.)

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22): Travel plans might change to­day. They might be can­celed, de­layed or sud­denly in­tro­duced into your sched­ule! Yes, it’s a crap­shoot. Mean­while, some­one at work might need your coun­sel or sym­pa­thetic ear, or per­haps you are the one who needs the sym­pa­thetic ear of some­one else?

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Dou­ble check bank­ing de­tails and any­thing to do with in­her­i­tances and in­sur­ance be­cause some­thing un­usual might im­pact these ar­eas. Stay on top of things. Mean­while, this can be a cre­ative day for you if you work in the arts. Ro­mance will be pie-in-the-sky ro­man­tic!

Li­bra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): A part­ner or close friend might over­re­act to­day or do some­thing that catches you off guard. (Whaaat?) Fam­ily dis­cus­sions will be mu­tu­ally sym­pa­thetic and sup­port­ive, which is a good thing. Be open to what oth­ers say and lis­ten with sin­cer­ity be­cause you’ll be glad you did.

Scor­pio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Some­thing un­pre­dictable might im­pact your job to­day — com­puter crashes, power out­ages, staff short­ages, equip­ment break­downs, some­thing un­ex­pected. For­tu­nately, you are very tuned in to­day and can pick up on the vibes of oth­ers and quickly see what peo­ple want.

Sagit­tar­ius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Par­ents should be vig­i­lant to­day be­cause this is an ac­ci­dent-prone day for your kids. So­cial plans might change. An un­ex­pected in­vite might come your way. On the other hand, a fun event might be can­celed. If shop­ping to­day, don’t go over­board on lux­u­ri­ous el­e­gance, be­cause you will be tempted!

Capri­corn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Some­thing might dis­turb your fam­ily rou­tine to­day. Small ap­pli­ances might break down or mi­nor break­ages could oc­cur. A do­mes­tic spat, es­pe­cially with a fe­male rel­a­tive, might hap­pen. For­tu­nately, you are di­aled in and ready to deal with any­thing.

Aquar­ius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): This is a mildly ac­ci­dent-prone day, so pay at­ten­tion to ev­ery­thing you say and do. You might also be dis­tracted be­cause you have some way-out ideas to­day. You are think­ing out­side of the box and liv­ing in a par­al­lel uni­verse so to speak.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20): Keep an eye on your money so that you don’t lose cash or dam­age any­thing that you own. Mean­while, an ex­change with a friend or a mem­ber of a group will be heart­warm­ing. You feel that there is a mu­tual un­der­stand­ing and a warm ap­pre­ci­a­tion of what is go­ing on, which is bond­ing and re­as­sur­ing.

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