Horoscope for week of March 5, 2018

Aries – March 21 – April 19

The stars say that you will come to terms with a fact that was once considered absurd, and it will mean something to you. Take this as your gentle nudge in the right direction.

Taurus – April 20 – May 20

This month the bad stuff just rolls off your back while the good stuff keeps you smiling.

Gemini – May 21 – June 21

Are you wondering about taking a big step in a new direction? Now is the right time.

Cancer – June 22 – July 22

Are you wondering about contacting someone from your past? This month will prove to be the right time to make something big happen.

Leo – July 23 – August 22

If you’re looking to make a big change in your life, then this may be a big year for you. If there is a nagging doubt, maybe it’s for good reason.

Virgo – August 23 – September 22

Seek advice from someone younger to help you with what you’re going through.

Libra – September 23 – October 22

If you’re just not sure what you want from life, it might be time to focus more on yourself than others. Accept your fate that life is not a destination, but a journey.

Scorpio – October 23 – November 21

If you think you’re spending too much time slacking, then weigh your options and do the right thing.

Sagittarius – November 22 – December 21

You will come to terms with something from your childhood, such as a stuffed animal, toy or keepsake, and it will take on new meaning in your life

Capricorn – December 22 – January 19

Do some volunteer work. Once you do, you’ll finally be able to realize your potential.

Aquarius – January 20 – February 18

Seek out someone you’ve just met to lend new perspective to an old concern.

Pisces – February 19 – March 20

Today you have a chance to do something truly meaningful. It starts with being open and honest with yourself, and recognizing that this really is a better way.


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