The Per­sonal Signs

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ARIES (MARCH 21 TO APRIL 20)

Septem­ber brings a mood for a whole new be­gin­ning. It’s a fun and ex­cit­ing time. When Mer­cury ret­ro­grades on the 17th, you’ll have the op­por­tu­nity to re­trace your steps re­gard­ing re­la­tion­ship is­sues. If you’re not happy with some of the de­ci­sions you’ve re­cently made, undo them. Re­mem­ber the three Rs of the Mer­cury ret­ro­grade: re­view, re­vise and re­new. Oc­to­ber brings a lucky break mid-month. You’ll be in the right place at the right time with the right peo­ple to get where you want to be.

TAURUS (APRIL 21 TO MAY 20)

Although you are un­usu­ally pa­tient, you are not will­ing to take no for an an­swer. If you have to lure some­one be­hind closed doors to coax him or her into keep­ing quiet, you’ll do a fine job of it. You may be flirt­ing with a client or co-worker and want to con­tinue. Re­mem­ber ,you still have to work to­gether, even if it doesn’t work out. Are you up to that chal­lenge, Taurus? Oc­to­ber fo­cuses on your per­sonal ap­pear­ance, and you feel en­er­gized and ready. Go for it! Get out there and find some­one de­li­cious who wants to keep you at his or her side for the long run.

GEMINI (MAY 21 TO JUNE 20)

Septem­ber brings a no-non­sense at­ti­tude as you are charged up to pur­sue your goals and as­so­ciate with oth­ers who are on the same page. Don’t ig­nore a sib­ling or neigh­bor who wants to in­tro­duce you to a friend at month’s end, Gemini. Also, if you have some­ht­ing to get off your chest with a friend or fam­ily mem­ber, do it now. Oc­to­ber gets you con­nected with those who will prove wor­thy as team mem­bers, whether it’s ro­mance, work or friend­ships. Time to let your sweet­heart know that you’re in it for the long haul. Jus­d­ton’t share the news with the world quite yet; wait for the hol­i­days. Cre­ate a cos­tume il­lu­sion to­gether for that Hal­loween par.ty

CAN­CER (JUNE 21 TO JULY 22)

All your deal­ings with your boss and fam­ily mem­bers should be quite good in Septem­ber. You will now be able to straighten out any re­cent fi­nan­cial mis­un­der­stand­ings. An ar­gu­ment with a higher-up at month’s end may seem like the end of your ca­reer, but in re­al­ity you will need to stand up for your­self. You need and de­serve re­spect, so don’t back down. It will all work out. In Oc­to­ber you will need to put your money where your mouth is, Can­cer. Don’t be overzeal­ous and place any bets you can’t win. Time to have that dis­cus­sion with a par­ent, child or fam­ily mem­ber. Don’t put it off any longer. Take a deep breath and lay your cards on the ta­ble.

LEO (JULY 23 TO AU­GUST 22)

Septem­ber asks you to re­trace your steps re­gard­ing love and ro­mance, Leo. Pre­pare your­self for a dras­tic turn­around. Ready orotn, it’s time to give your fi­nal an­swer to some­one who has been more than pa­tient.oYu have the chance to plan some long-dis­tance travel at month’s end. In Oc­to­ber an el­der who lives quite a dis­tance away needs your love and sup­port.oYu may need to find an as­sisted-liv­ing fa­cil­ity or bring this loved one home. Not an easy choice, but your in­stincts will guide you to know ex­actly what to do. Dress up and act out a panrt Hoal­loween.

VIRGO (AU­GUST 23 TO SEPTEM­BER 22)

Septem­ber brings a nec­es­sary re­view of your fi­nan­cial sit­u­a­tion. Reeval­u­ate ex­actly what you’re will­ing to do to earn your keep, and what you’re not will­ing to do for oth­ers who are not pulling their weight. Be firm! It may be time to move wfoarrd with­out any re­grets. Think of this as

com­plet­ing a cy­cle. Oc­to­ber puts you on the re­ceiv­ing end of ap­pre­ci­a­tion, not to men­tion a few warm hugs. This month you coufildnd a way to make your dreams a re­al­ity, Virgo. You’ll find that your wor­thy goals are sup­ported. Why not throw a Hal­loween cos­tume party at your place?

LIBRA (SEPTEM­BER 23 TO OC­TO­BER 22)

Septem­ber brings you some for­tu­nate stuff, Libra. Re­gard­less of your sta­tus, you’ll meet up with suc­cess­ful oth­ers who can help you with your pro­fes­sional goals. Enough of look­ing back and any re­grets. Let it all go! Any­thing is pos­si­ble now. What is it you re­ally want? Write it down. Month’s end brings a gi­ant leap to­ward achieve­ment. Oc­to­ber brings a suc­cess­ful com­ple­tion to a pro­ject. Month’s end brings an old debt to an end, and you may also be will­ing to for­give one.

SCORPIO (OC­TO­BER 23 TO NOVEM­BER 22)

You are now will­ing to speak your piece, even if it’s in front of a large group, Scorpio. You prob­a­bly are do­ing a lot of good for a cause that’s dear to your heart. A loved one reap­pears mid-month, and you have great mem­o­ries about what you both shared in the past, but re­move your rose-col­ored glasses be­fore you go back to it. Make sure your fi­nan­cial state­ments are in or­der at month’s end,from credit cards, to check­ing ac­counts, to keep­ing the books if self-em­ployed. Oc­to­ber brings end­ings and new begin­nings. Be sure to be as gen­tle as pos­si­ble, es­pe­cially if you know they don’t see it com­ing. En­joy your Hal­loween mas­quer­ade party.

SAGITTARIUS (NOVEM­BER 23 TO DE­CEM­BER 21)

Septem­ber shows you that if you’ve been dat­ing some­one ca­su­ally, ex­pect things to turn ex­tremely pas­sion­ate very fast. You may put a good amount of time and energy into straight­en­ing out fi­nan­cial mat­ters. This is a month of let­ting go. What­ever that en­tails, you’re bet­ter off with­out it. Oc­to­ber brings that raise you’ve been wait­ing for and/or a spe­cial some­one who will be with you on a daily ba­sis. Ex­pect a hefty pro­mo­tion in re­turn for your ef­forts by year’s end. Hal­loween prom­ises to be fun and en­joy­able as well.

CAPRICORN (DE­CEM­BER 22 TO JAN­UARY 19)

You are very good at tak­ing care of your debts, so a so­lu­tion to a work-re­lated de­ci­sion be­comes quite clear, free­ing you up to move on. It’s time to show off for oth­ers, which is not your style. But for now you’ll en­joy the at­ten­tion, recog­ni­tion and com­mu­nity trust. In Oc­to­ber any­one who tries to get you in­volved with an in­vest­ment will meet with a brick wall of re­sis­tance, as well he or she should. Keep on your toes and do not take any fi­nan­cial risks. You find your­self an ac­cept­able cos­tume, mak­ing Hal­loween great fun.

AQUARIUS (JAN­UARY 20 TO FE­BRU­ARY 18)

Septem­ber brings love, Aquarius. How­ever, if you’ve re­cently been through a bad breakup and aren’t quite ready to be­gin again, then don’t. De­velop your strength and self es­teem by re­al­iz­ing your cre­ative side and in­de­pen­dence. If you’re with some­one, plan a spe­ci­ael­ven­ing or lav­ish ro­man­tic week­end, be­cause you can. Fi­nances may be en­tan­gled mid-month; don’t run from it. Re­mem­ber the lessons broughtI.t’s all good. Oc­to­ber brings un­ex­pected yet lively events. Pre­serv­ing joint re­sources and in­her­i­tances be­come im­por­tant now. Keep an eye on that de­li­cious, sexy per­son you may be about to set­tle down with. Your ca­reer ex­pands at month’s end.

PISCES (FE­BRU­ARY 19 TO MARCH 20)

Septem­ber brings a time to pos­si­bly re­con­nect with the one“who got away.” If that’s what you want, then fine. Why not give it a sec­ond shot? Just be sure to have some new so­lu­tions to the old prob­lems. As for money mat­ters, buckle up and pre­pare for a bumpy ride. Th­geood news is that when it’s over, you’ll be equipped with a new at­ti­tude that helps you find a new way of earn­ing your suppe.Irn Oc­to­ber, no mat­ter what you de­cide, and no mat­ter what oth­ers say about it, if it feels good to you, then go ahead. Fi­nances could be dif­fi­cult to haned,land you may need to work with a pro­fes­sional to un­tan­gle the snarls. Mat­ters straighten out at month’s end. Grin and bear it when your swetheeart wants you to “dress up” for Hal­loween. Just go with the flow and the fun.

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