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July 2017




  

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Stars By: Lacie Grayson





Cancer
June 21st - July 22nd

It's hard to distinguish the right way from the wrong one. Your perception is clouded by strong needs and concerns. Sort through them.




Leo
July 23rd - Aug 22nd

You're working hard but doubting your performance. Which is worse, impatience or dissatisfaction? Address that, or go even deeper.




Virgo
Aug 23rd - Sept 22nd

Challenging the statistics and spinning data your own way is not evading the truth. You're just testing out a different, fresh perspective.




Libra
Sept 23rd - Oct 22nd

Flaky behavior doesn't become you, but that's your M.O. lately anyway. Try engaging instead of disappearing. It'll make you feel better.




Scorpio
Oct 23rd - Nov 21st

It's fine to protect what you have, but for now, there's no need to throw up too many fortifications. Travel light for now.




Sagittarius
Nov 22nd - Dec 21st

Go beyond mere use of your natural tools into harnessing your mighty mental powers. There will be tangible rewards down the road.




Capricorn
Dec 22nd - Jan 19th

You like a nice, orderly reality. Complicated people will mess this up, but you can handle it. At least life is interesting.




Aquarius
Jan 20th - Feb 18th

Strange needs are driving you even now. Call it creative tension or artistic license. The outcome will be as important as process.




Pisces
Feb 19th - March 20th

Your feet are firmly on the ground, which feels good -- because your head is still in the clouds and your heart filled with loveliness.




Aries
March 21st - April 19th

Your own cravings make you insensitive to the needs of others. Overcome the mind's challenges. It's hard but rewarding work.




Taurus
April 20th - May 20th

Blend strong willpower with sober perspective for excellent results. Proceeding with caution and wisdom is sure to lead straight to success.




Gemini
May 21st - June 20th

Patience and good humor might be fleeting. People who don't get it will quickly annoy you. Try to meet them more than halfway.








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