Astrology

Daily horoscopes: May 22, 2017

ARIES.

(March 20 – April 19):

A hot tip or inside scoop falls into your lap today.  Information like this has an extremely short shelf life.  Use it or lose it.

TAURUS.

(April 20 – May 20):

You find out that you’ve been accepted for a coveted position.  Don’t just stand there gawking.  Follow up with the follow-up pronto!

GEMINI.

(May 21 – June 20):

You get an intuitive flash in mid conversation.  But thank the person you’re talking to before racing off to implement it.  Otherwise he’ll wonder if he said something rude.

CANCER.

(June 21 – July 21):

You’re a creature of habit so the best way to introduce something new is to work it into your schedule gradually.  This way it becomes a part of your daily routine.

LEO.

(July 22 – Aug. 22):

Ask yourself what you would do if you could.  Visualization plants a seed for the future.

VIRGO.

(Aug. 23 – Sept. 22):

Your “expert” is using long-winded explanations to cover his tracks.  The fact that he can’t explain things clearly shows he’s on iffy ground.

LIBRA.

(Sept. 23 – Oct. 22):

Today’s fiery Moon gives you the upper hand.  Refuse to take no for an answer and people will come back with yeses.

SCORPIO.

(Oct. 23 – Nov. 21):

Don’t glamorize somebody else’s good fortune.  It comes at a price and if you knew the cost you wouldn’t be so eager to trade places.

SAGITTARIUS.

(Nov. 22 – Dec. 20):

Adopting an arms akimbo attitude isn’t the answer.  If you want people to do better, then get on in there and show them how it’s done.

CAPRICORN.

(Dec. 21 – Jan. 19):

You were brought in to change things for the better and that won’t happen if you cave in on a decision you know is right.  It’s your job to debunk conventional wisdom.

AQUARIUS.

(Jan. 20 – Feb. 17):

Leave a contested matter right where it is.  You have nothing to gain by getting involved.  Maintain your neutrality.

PISCES.

(Feb. 18 – March 19):

Don’t be so quick to take responsibility for a misstep at work.  The blame must rest on the team’s shoulders.  It’s the only way to weed out ne’er-do-wells.

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