Weekly Horoscope

Aries You’re getting stronger over the next two days. Discover a structural problem, and adapt plans. New information instigates changes. Research before making final decisions.

 

Taurus Take a few days to rest and recharge. Use gentle pressure rather than force to avoid breakage. Good news comes from afar.

 

Gemini Teamwork makes a difference today and tomorrow. Avoid overspending or overindulging. Stay practical and pragmatic. Share your heart with friends. Support each other.

 

Cancer Professional opportunities take shape. Resupply locally. Stay frugal, and avoid extravagance. Handle the basics, and stay flexible with chaotic situations. Someone finds your confidence attractive.

 

Leo Explore new terrain for a few days. Indulge in nostalgia and retrospection. Clean up an old mess for greater freedom and ease. Make long-range plans.

 

Virgo Study ways to make and save money. Draw up a plan. Review budgets, and schedule actions. You may find an answer in a dream.

 

Libra Profit through collaboration over the next few days. Old assumptions get challenged. Be willing to shift perspectives. Discover hidden treasure by working together.

 

Scorpio Balance a busy workload with your health and well-being. Strengthen foundations, and stifle rebellious urges. Delegate when possible, and guard time for exercise and rest.

 

Sagittarius Have fun with people you love today and tomorrow. Postpone travel for better conditions. Stay flexible to navigate tricky waters. Prioritize family time.

 

Capricorn Family comes first. Don’t make expensive promises. Stay patient around short tempers. Follow through on what you said. Put your words to action.

 

Aquarius Research, write and edit over the next few days. Your communication abilities buzz. Clarify misunderstandings as soon as they arise. Use charm and persuasion.

 

Pisces The next two days could be good for business. Your ideas are attracting attention. Get advice from an experienced elder. Focus creative energy on generating money

Horoscopes by Nancy Black, Tribune Content Agency.