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Star Gazing:

ARIES

Your financial situation is about to improve. Not that you will be raking in huge bucks, but at least you will be able to pay off some debts and get a few things that you have put off buying. In a few months, your pockets may be jangling with extra cash.

TAURUS

Instead of reaching for the top, you are reaching for whatever you are able to get. This technique may work for you at this time. Realize that the low-hanging fruit may not be as yummy as what grows further up, and it might be worth it to do some climbing.

GEMINI

This is a good time to get around and meet people. Your partner will probably be the catalyst who will introduce you to new contacts. The two of you should go to a few parties and mingle. Pay attention more to the conversations than to the hors d’oevres.

CANCER

A rush of self-worth will propel you into new activities. Feel the movement of change in your life. You will find yourself doing things you never wanted to do or thought you would be able to do.

LEO

Take a chance. Go to Las Vegas. Or if you don’t want to risk your money, take a risk in another way. Right now, your luck is high and a risk may pay off. And you could always go to Vegas for the entertainment and the desert air.

VIRGO

There is always more to learn. You feel an impulse to take a class or read a complicated book not on the best-seller list. A friend may have a suggestion for a brainy activity for the two of you to try.

LIBRA

You and a loved one need to have a talk. The two of you have been missing each other, probably due to work. Some crucial issues should be discussed. Then you will both feel better.

SCORPIO

Afraid to go places where you had bad luck? Does this include relationships? Trust your intuition and say hello to someone new. It might develop into a once-in-a-lifetime companionship.

SAGITTARIUS

Everything is water under the bridge. But it depends on what bridge you’re walking or driving on. Bridges are built through forgiveness. If you have a grudge against someone you were close to, now is a good time to reach out.

CAPRICORN

You’re walking down the street and the neon lights seem bright. Wherever you’re walking, you’re on Broadway and you feel like a star. But you’ll have to work to stay there. Wear comfortable shoes.

AQUARIUS

One is not always the loneliest number. Solitude can be refreshing after you’ve been busy with work or necessary socializing. Take some time to get to know yourself before you swing back into schmoozing.

PISCES

Family members are suddenly of importance for you. By family, this column also means the community at large. You might want to be more involved with that larger family via volunteering or electioneering.

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