Your Stars Today
Aries | March 20 – April 18
The time has come to tackle certain essential but seriously dull practical matters. Tempting as it is to deal with them as swiftly as possible and hope nothing goes wrong, you’d soon regret it. Getting these done will require time, effort and patience. And there’s no way of avoiding it.
Taurus | April 19 – May 19
Only days ago, you’d have said a firm and uncompromising ‘no’ to the changes you’ve now decided are exciting. Bear this in mind when yet more changes arise over the coming days. These, too, may seem unappealing initially. And as before, the more you learn, the more appealing they’ll become.
Gemini | May 20 – June 20
Disruptive as last minute changes in plan are, you’ve survived them in the past and are confident you will now. Unfortunately, one particular individual not only disagrees, they regard recent developments as a form of insult. While, obviously, this isn’t logical, you’re urged not to argue. Just quietly make other arrangements.
Cancer | June 21 – July 21
There’s a fine line between unsettling events and these being anything you really need to worry about. The fact is, every sign is being influenced in some way by the current rather dramatic planetary activity. While that means you’re in for surprises, some could be as thrilling as they are unexpected.
Leo | July 22 – August 21
Only days ago, you were part of a group that insisted miraculous solutions for certain persistent problems were, put simply, impossible. Yet recent developments are forcing you to view those matters from a different, and far more upbeat, perspective. Be patient. But not for long. Soon, events will show how right you were.
Virgo | August 22 – September 21
Discussing your plans is one thing. Justifying what you’re doing is quite another matter. Yet certain recent arrangements were based more on your intuition than hard fact. While others are welcome to question this, you’ve every right to gently but firmly tell them the decision’s been made, and that’s that.
Libra | September 22 – October 22
Long ago you learnt trying to discuss issues that simply have no solution is pointless. From your perspective, it’s been about learning to live with them. However, times are changing and so are these, enough you’re now in a position to discuss, if not deal with, the matters in question.
Scorpio | October 23 – November 21
Only recently, one particular individual did something so awful you thought you’d never be able to forgive them. Then you learnt what was behind their actions and your anger turned to compassion. Remember this now, when a similar occasion rouses a similar variety of anger. This time, you’ll ask a few questions.
Sagittarius | November 22 – December 20
Life’s a rollercoaster at a moment. As a fire sign, you thrive on change and enjoy a challenge, but events are a little overwhelming, even for you. The fact is, there’s no way these can move anyway but swiftly. Get involved. This won’t just be informative, it will restore your enthusiasm.
Capricorn | December 21 – January 18
At the moment you’re double-checking every detail and pursuing information about even the most minor of facts, all with the intention of eliminating potential problems. Admirable as this thoroughness is, there’s another approach. And that is to bide your time until the actual circumstances you’re dealing with are less volatile.
Aquarius | January 19 – February 17
In your everyday life, you’d rather be open and forthright, both about your feelings and your plans. But as recent events have made clear, you must sometimes be discreet if not just plain secretive. Eventually you’ll be able to discuss these matters. For now, however, they’d best remain unspoken.
Pisces | February 18 – March 19
For some time you’ve had a feeling that a sudden event would substantially alter some element of your life you’ve regarded as unchanging if not fixed. It’s only now that developments are giving you a sense of how that could take place and what life would be like after you make those changes.
Published in The Express Tribune, March 4th, 2017.