Astrology.com Weekly Overview
It's okay to be the first one out of the gate. It can be a bit intimidating, but to the shy people in the room, it's refreshing to have someone like you, someone confident enough to take the plunge. Activity and avidity are key themes on Monday and Tuesday, but Wednesday and Thursday are defined by roadblocks. You don't mind an obstacle, though. It gives you a chance to show what you're made of. Friday and Saturday, communication is crucial -- computers, telephones, perhaps even pigeon carriers play a role. Sunday is best spent in a hammock.
You don't have to accept the first offer that comes your way -- be it job-related, love-related or whatever. You have time to shop around. You can be discerning. On Tuesday, as much as you may want to race ahead, pace yourself. Wednesday and Thursday are beautiful days, marked by luxury, happiness, and amusement (to say nothing of romance). Friday will mostly be wasted time. Maybe someone will stand you up for lunch, or fail to return a phone call. It happens. On Sunday, tell someone how you feel -- how you really, really feel.
If you don't take charge, who else will? You're surrounded by intelligent people, people who could do anything if they put their minds to it. But what they don't have is initiative, a leader, someone to inspire them to greatness. That's where you come in. No one's saying it's going to be easy -- Wednesday and Thursday are full of examples of what can go wrong with a project -- but you love a juicy challenge. On Friday, you're meeting a lot of people, and your current quandaries give you something to talk about. You're nothing if not social on Saturday, and Sunday is a day of real progress.
A new project is not always the best way to solve an old problem. It may just create more work. And the chemistry in your workplace is off on Monday and Tuesday, further complicating everything. Cool your heels and take a back seat this week. Wednesday and Thursday are weird and cloudy, and Friday finds you strangely torn between two friends, both of whom adore you and both of whom you want to be loyal to. All of this oddness adds up to a weekend in which you may not feel like doing anything more than sticking around the house and chilling out. You're your own best company.
It doesn't really matter what you do at the start of the week -- you're going to have a good time regardless. Making fun out of anything is one of your talents, and the raw materials, such as new, interesting people, will be on hand. Wednesday and Thursday will be interesting but not in ways you like -- stubbornness and greediness are double-whammy themes. But Friday you'll get to go to a lecture (or get a lecture from a bespectacled friend) that taxes your brain in beautiful ways. Saturday is social, but Sunday is all blankets and pillows.
If there's a pizza in your life Monday, don't dawdle when it's time to take your share -- or you might not get any at all. You don't like to pounce on things, but resources are limited and people are hungry. On Tuesday, there's tension between you and your coworkers, but by Wednesday, you've turned that on its head, thanks to the force of your personality. In the middle of the week, you're as compatible with others as peanut butter is with jelly. And when you join forces with someone on Thursday, you two can do anything. Friday and the weekend require you to be in constant communication with others.
The world is a two-person show at the start of the week: you and you-know-who. Either you're bound together professionally or you're bound together by love, but whatever the case is, you're inseparable, so you should make sure you're getting along. You have the power to make this truly great. The middle of the week is almost entirely about beauty -- you're around it, you see it in others, you appreciate it -- and the end of the week is about harmony, companionship, and kindness. You are virtuous this week, or at least you aspire to be. Sunday brings out your deepest emotions.
Your health is your top concern at the start of the week -- or at least it should be. Eat well, jog if you like jogging and swim if there's a pool around. Staying active will have an added benefit -- it will give you an excuse not to get caught up in whatever conflicts are brewing in the social realm. However, no matter what you do, Wednesday and Thursday will likely be defined by opposition or discord. Take it with a grain of salt. Friday and Saturday, money will figure strongly in your life, although good luck won't (so avoid taking risks with that cash). Sunday will be intellectually rewarding.
You haven't played on a playground in years. On Monday or Tuesday, if you pass one on your way somewhere, stop in for a second and go for a slide, a swing or a turn. The wide-eyed energy of childhood defines the week. Wednesday and Thursday your focus should be on small personal issues -- again, reminiscent of childhood -- but Friday and Saturday are full of big ideas. And busyness. On Sunday, make a fort with your couch cushions, crawl in with a magazine or some headphones and don't come out for anyone.
As much as you'd like to charge into the week with the confidence of an ox, you're feeling much more like a worried sheep. You have some things on your mind. Is it family stuff? Career issues? Stability is a major preoccupation on Tuesday. Your mood doesn't lift until Wednesday, which is marked by romance, relaxation and maybe the presence of rambunctious children. Thursday is a stellar day. Friday and Saturday move at a breakneck pace -- you won't have enough time to even formulate a complete thought. On Sunday, find a relaxing place to catch your breath. A patio? The beach?
Monday is a museum of amazements. You're well aware of how big and weird the world is, but seldom have you been able to see as much meaning in things as you do at the start of the week. By Wednesday, you're swimming in a swarm of discoveries, each one bright and small and exciting. Thursday is full of learning, but there's nothing academic about Friday. Romantic, creative Friday is all about sparks. On Saturday you get to show off your impressive communication abilities. The skills you need on Sunday are manual: A few things need fixing.
Even holding a lantern out in front of you won't help you see better right now -- it'll illuminate the fog and make the glare brighter. If you can stand to sit in the dark on Monday and Tuesday, do it. Hey, maybe you'll get some good thinking done. Consider keeping the lights dim on Wednesday, too -- a candlelit dinner is exactly your speed. Flowers, poetry, and clever stationery figure on Thursday, but Friday and Saturday are less floral and more frantic. Try not to become overwhelmed. And if you do feel overwhelmed, take solace in the knowledge that Sunday will be fun and regenerative.