Be receptive to other people’s ideas and customs. It can be fun to discuss your beliefs but not everyone will feel the same way. Keep conversations lively but respectful and harmonious. Choose your words carefully when with a foreigner whose cultural differences may cause communication problems. If you sense an argument is brewing, be discreet and tactful. To solve a problem connected with a shared budget, discuss your thoughts with your partner. Listen to their ideas and then together you can decide where to go from there.
Involvement in a team project will bring out the best in you. You like to feel productive and a collaborative effort will be stimulating. You might also enjoy catching up on the news and views of your friends and colleagues as you work together. The unpredictability of someone who is close to you could leave you feeling slightly bewildered. Be direct but polite as you ask about their behaviour as this is the only way you will find out what is going on.
You’re full of bright ideas. These might seem a little weird or way out to friends who are more practical than inventive, but you will enjoy discussing thoughts and watching other people’s reactions. You might learn a lot too, by listening to conversations around you. Think about utilising your skills by turning a hobby into a money-making venture. Even if, at first, the money made hardly pays for materials, you have to start somewhere. This venture could eventually bring pleasing profits your way.
Stay alert when buying or selling online. An item may not be worth the asking price or may be damaged in some way. An offer you are made for something you own will be far below what it is worth. Don’t feel you have to accept it. If you’re thinking of replacing some furniture, refurbishing old items could save you a lot of money. Be more flexible in your one to one relationships as a partner is having second thoughts about plans you recently agreed on.
An investment your partner or a family member wants you to make could have too many loop holes to be of value. Avoid risky speculation. Money making activities could be profitable but only if you keep your overheads low. Work to get the most for your cash. Travel of any description comes under mixed influences. If you prepare well, check out any routes you’re unfamiliar with and fill the car with petrol before setting off, you can keep delays to a minimum.
You’re bored with the status quo. It is time to motivate yourself and to start looking for ways to make your life more exciting. Family life will centre on a home improvement project with housemates giving enthusiastic support. Learning to do a repair job yourself may be time consuming but it will save you money. Painting rooms, renovating your kitchen or refurbishing some shabby furniture will be hard work but you’ll be very pleased with your efforts.
Someone will take the words right out of your mouth. You’re so in tune you can almost read each other’s minds. Similar upbringings will be the source of this understanding. You will be surprised by how much you both have in common. Creative and leisure activities will be the theme of the evenings and weekend. Take the chance to shed some responsibilities at work when a friendly colleague volunteers to take on some of your load. – Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth.
Favourable influences that begin the week will continue with even more luck due to come your way, later on. News about an upcoming trip fills you with excitement. You feel optimistic and hopeful about the future and your enthusiasm about new possibilities is contagious. New contacts made at a workshop or seminar will broaden your social horizon. Social success will increase your professional influence and boost your career prospects big time.
Get partnership matters settled early in the week. Even if future plans aren’t urgent, make the most of a cooperative mood to come to an agreement. Discussions within the family will give you a new lease of life and there’ll be relief in getting some nitty gritty matters out of the way. Your unconventional ideas get good feedback at home and at work. You were expecting some people to be negative and obstructive, instead your suggestions seem to capture everyone’s imagination.
You’ve got a lot on your mind and a lot to do. It’s hard to know where to start. You would prefer it if people left you alone but what you want won’t stop friends seeking you out and coming to you. While it’s flattering to be singled out this way, it can also be frustrating. You can’t turn away people who are in need. You need to take better care of your health. Force yourself to take regular breaks if you develop headaches and back strain.
Your thoughts are on romance and having fun but some frustrations in this direction are possible. A friend seems to be doing their best to annoy you. Don’t take their words to heart. Curb your emotions or you might say something you will regret in times to come. At work, keep your views to yourself. Your biggest challenge will be to keep relationships harmonious. By the end of the week you will prefer to stay in at home than go out with a group of friends.
A new piece of furniture you chose for the extra comfort it would bring to your home could be the cause of some irritation. The item delivered may not be the one of your choice or it might have been damaged in transit. There’ll be a need for extra correspondence and phone calls to clear up the issue. Take photographic evidence. Communications, messages and general interactions can get muddled and slow things down both at work and at home. Keep a record of people’s contact information.
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