Horoscope – Week of Oct. 2, 2017

ARIES – March 21 -April 19

If you think now is the time to do something new, then you are not alone.

TAURUS– April 20 – May 20

Consult with someone you wouldn’t expect to give you bad advice.

GEMINI – May 21 – June 21

Find time to take some time to meditate on the answers. If you do, you can find the peace you seek. Try not to worry too much about what people are saying about you.

CANCER– June 22 – July 22

Consider making time to help out a close friend in need. Once you do, the pieces will start to fall in place.

LEO – July 23 – August 22

If you’re considering a big investment, then join the club. If there is a nagging doubt, maybe it’s for good reason.

VIRGO – August 23 – September 22

If you’re going to do one thing this year, then consider embarking on that journey without haste. Don’t do anything you’ll regret for the rest of your life.

LIBRA – September 23 – October 22

It’s a good time to shop for essentials or emergency supplies, and take care of anything that you’ve been putting off.

SCORPIO – October 23 – November 21

The stars say that you will discover something you never knew you deserved, and it will become important to you. Make this day your own.

SAGITTARIUS – November 22 – December 21

Today you can turn your life around. It starts by being open and honest with yourself, and never looking back.

CAPRICORN – December 22 – January 19

If you feel you have time to spare, then maybe do something just for yourself. This will let you settle down, and you’ll come to terms with a question from your past.

AQUARIUS – January 20 – February 18

There’s no reason not to take that first big step in the right direction right now. You know in your heart what’s right, so maybe don’t put it off any longer.

PISCES – February 19 – March 20

Before you can find answers for yourself, maybe you should help a stranger. Once you do, you’ll earn the clarity you so richly deserve.

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