Astrology

Daily horoscopes: November 10, 2017

ARIES.

(March 20 – April 19):

You need to be open to new voices and different ideas.  There’s a world of fresh perspectives that lie outside your own well-trodden one waiting to be explored.

TAURUS.

(April 20 – May 20):

You don’t go looking for trouble; if anything you do your best to avoid it.  And therein lies your problem.  You need to take a stand today.

GEMINI.

(May 21 – June 20):

Complaining can be a real turn-off.  What’s needed is some of that famous Child of Mercury brainstorming.  Kick mental wheels in gear!

CANCER.

(June 21 – July 21):

Don’t worry about getting paid your fee.  Let your client bring up the topic of money on his own.  You’ll find that it’s more than what you were thinking of asking for.

LEO.

(July 22 – Aug. 22):

Don’t lose sight of how far you’ve come.  You need to accent the positive, not dwell on the negative.

VIRGO.

(Aug. 23 – Sept. 22):

Be open to what a friend has to say.  You’ll walk away with renewed hope for a situation you believed to be hopeless.

LIBRA.

(Sept. 23 – Oct. 22):

If superiors didn’t want change then they would never have brought you in to liven things up.  Don’t apologize for doing that thing you do.

SCORPIO.

(Oct. 23 – Nov. 21):

Yes, you may be high maintenance, but considering the superior quality of what you deliver, there’s no reason to apologize for it.

SAGITTARIUS.

(Nov. 22 – Dec. 20):

The cost of upkeep will soon outweigh the value of what you possess.  Start looking for a buyer because he’s out there and you can sell at a profit.

CAPRICORN.

(Dec. 21 – Jan. 19):

You may not see yourself as a “catch”, but others do.  Indeed a new friend’s interest isn’t as platonic as all that.

AQUARIUS.

(Jan. 20 – Feb. 17):

The definition of insanity is somebody repeating the same mistake with the expectation that things will turn out differently.  You might want to point this out to a wild-eyed loved one today.

PISCES.

(Feb. 18 – March 19):

Don’t focus on unfinished business, just keep things moving.  What’s left undone may prove irrelevant.

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