Horoscope – Week of March 26

Aries – March 21 – April 19

Are you wondering about exploring a new possibility? Some time in the coming week is a time you’ll remember as a turning point for you and it will be time to act.

Taurus – April 20 – May 20

There is always time to do some volunteer work. If you do, you’ll finally be able to realize your potential.

Gemini – May 21 – June 21

Seek the advice of a friend whom you used to be close with to give you a suggestion you hadn’t considered.

Cancer – June 22 – July 22

Consult with a close friend to guide you through difficult times. Don’t take any big risks that you may regret.

Leo – July 23 – August 22

If you need guidance, then think not about if, but when to take that step. If that doesn’t make sense for you, then the time is obviously wrong.

Virgo – August 23 – September 22

No doubt, you will own something that was lost, and it will become important to you once again. Own this day.

Libra – September 23 – October 22

If you can, watch something that normally isn’t your thing. Plus you’ll finally be able to realize your potential. Things are sure to get more interesting for you.

Scorpio – October 23 – November 21

If you think you’re smart and funny, but don’t know how to apply that, then don’t put it off. There’s no reason to rush into anything rash, especially if it might give you a rash.

Sagittarius – November 22 – December 21

It’s time to reach out to those close to you who may need you. When you do you’ll finally be able to realize your potential.

Capricorn – December 22 – January 19

Are you wondering about going on a journey? This week is a time you’ll remember as a turning point and you did the right thing.

Aquarius – January 20 – February 18

Do something meaningful today. This will happen through spending less money, while saving a bit more, and accepting that this is who you are now.

Pisces – February 19 – March 20

If you can, send an email to a friend with three reasons he or she is important to you. If you do, you’ll come to terms with a question from your past.

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