San Francisco Chronicle - - COMICS & PUZZLES - By Christo­pher Ren­strom


(March 20-April 19): It’s not worth get­ting bent out of shape over the lat­est in­dig­nity. This re­flects poorly on the per­son who’s be­ing in­sult­ing and not on you.


(April 20-May 20): Look be­yond what peo­ple say and con­sider the spirit in which it is be­ing said. Their mo­tives are sin­cere. This should prove both re­as­sur­ing and il­lu­mi­nat­ing.


(May 21-June 20): A su­per­vi­sor or cus­tomer de­cides to with­hold ap­proval in or­der to teach you a les­son. Teach him a les­son back by ig­nor­ing it.


(June 21-July 21): You will al­ways be too sen­si­tive. That’s why act­ing like you don’t care will never work. Ac­cept your­self for who you are and oth­ers will, too.


(July 22-Aug. 22): Why ac­cept a no as the fi­nal an­swer when you can make some phone calls? You know plenty of movers and shak­ers who would love to help out.


(Aug. 23-Sept. 22): You won’t like be­ing passed over or over­ruled, but let it go be­cause it looks like you were over­reach­ing your stretch any­way.


(Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Fixating on a flaw you can’t change is coun­ter­pro­duc­tive. Think like an artist and use im­per­fec­tion to cre­ate a thing of beauty.


(Oct. 23-Nov. 21): You can tell there’s more go­ing on than is be­ing dis­closed but point­ing that out will open a can of worms. Best to shelve it for now.


(Nov. 22-Dec. 20): You’re over bud­get and have to cut back. Make a game of it by treat­ing it like a puz­zle (in­stead of a moral­ity tale) and you may even have fun.


(Dec. 21-Jan. 19): It’s the per­fect time to meet with a head­hunter or go on a job in­ter­view. You’re ex­actly what peo­ple are look­ing for.


(Jan. 20-Feb. 17): You’re thrilled about win­ning a prize un­til you dis­cover that some­body else feels robbed. How do you spell A-W-K-W-AR-D?


(Feb. 18-March 19): The Mer­cury/Nep­tune sex­tile re­minds you of an un­tapped re­source. Touch base with some­thing left be­hind — like a tal­ent, in­ter­est, or per­son – and you will move for­ward.

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