Daily horoscopes: July 24, 2017

ARIES.

(March 20 - April 19):

You're full of fascinating and intriguing ideas, but choose one to pursue now. The rest can wait.

TAURUS.

(April 20 - May 20):

This is not the time to push but rather to pull. Contact those in a position to speak on your behalf and press them into service. Read more

Daily horoscopes: July 21, 2017

ARIES.

(March 20 - April 19):

You're surprised to discover that someone you'd given up on never really gave up on you.  It may be a low flame but what was put on the back burner will soon come to a boil

TAURUS.

(April 20 - May 20):

You lose if you take an all-or-nothing stance.  Toss things back and forth a few times and you'll wind up with most of what you want. Read more

Why it never pays to go slow in love

I’m a type A, get-er-done gal. I want everything to happen right now, if not five seconds ago. And I really do mean everything. I never take my time with anything. Love is no exception. I move quickly with matters of the heart and I think you should too. It’s a total myth that taking a new relationship slowly will yield better outcomes than rushing in. Taking your time with love really never pays off. And, actually, it backfires a lot. Here’s why. Read more

Daily horoscopes: July 20, 2017

ARIES.

(March 20 - April 19):

Lighten up! You won the fight and will get what you want. This should make you magnanimous; not acrimonious.

TAURUS.

(April 20 - May 20):

Now that you're looking change squarely in the face you're not so sure that you still want it. Keep moving forward and you'll grow to like it. Read more

Daily horoscopes: July 19, 2017

ARIES.

(March 20 - April 19):

Negatives get too much airplay.  Accent the positive.  What's the point of pursuing anything constructive without a hope to strive for?

TAURUS.

(April 20 - May 20):

It pays to be politic these days, so don't rock the boat.  Saying yes gets you to a place where you'll be free to do what you like later. Read more

Why it’s OK for women to say “I love you” first

At brunch this weekend, one of my girlfriends was beside herself because her man hadn’t said he loved her yet. She’s normally bright and really full of life, but she was limp and sad throughout the entire brunch. I assumed that she told him that she loved him and he hadn’t said it back, even after she gave him time. And I was really sad for her. It feels so crappy when a feeling as important as love isn’t reciprocated. Then, it came out that she hadn’t even said “I love you,” yet. She was waiting for him to say it first and that’s what she was getting upset about! Why hadn’t she said those magic words? What was she waiting for? Well, she was waiting for him to say it first because she thought that’s how it’s supposed to be. She thought if the woman said “I love you” first, it kinda didn’t count. Read more
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