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March 2017




  

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Stars By: Lacie Grayson





Pisces
Feb 19th - March 20th

You sense an unwelcome distance between yourself and others. Your warmth is met with cool logic. They're just being businesslike!




Aries
March 21st - April 19th

Tie up loose ends at home or work. Attention to detail is important. You might prefer to charge ahead on instinct, but take it slow!




Taurus
April 20th - May 20th

A practical approach is best for any endeavor. This is easy for you. And at the end of the day, you'll know you did your best.




Gemini
May 21st - June 20th

You're drawn to routine. It's satisfying to work through a process. But don't be afraid to take shortcuts. Use your ingenuity.




Cancer
June 21st - July 22nd

Attend to the small stuff, including things like cleaning and exercising. Take care of business in a straightforward, no-nonsense way.




Leo
July 23rd - Aug 22nd

Your practical side kicks in. Set your feelings aside in order to get something accomplished. And avoid getting caught up in details.




Virgo
Aug 23rd - Sept 22nd

Your routine is greatly comforting. Make concrete plans for the next month. Set a goal. Take notes on the steps needed to reach it.




Libra
Sept 23rd - Oct 22nd

Efficiency and economy matter. Conserve your resources, including time, energy and money. Clear the decks for a more organized life!




Scorpio
Oct 23rd - Nov 21st

A practical outlook is best in almost any situation. Cut out excess so you can get down to what's really important: the bottom line.




Sagittarius
Nov 22nd - Dec 21st

Duty calls. Take a simple, practical approach: Keep putting one foot in front of the other until you get where you're trying to go.




Capricorn
Dec 22nd - Jan 19th

Manage life's smaller details. File documents, pay bills or run errands. These activities bring you a sense of accomplishment.




Aquarius
Jan 20th - Feb 18th

You're capable of great focus. Any project you're working on benefits from close attention. Just don't get caught up in minor details.








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