Daily horoscopes: December 29, 2017

ARIES.

(March 20 - April 19):

You need more than ambition to realize aims.  You also need a solid financial plan.  Stop treating "budget" like a four letter word.

TAURUS.

(April 20 - May 20):

You can read the writing on the wall and it doesn't look good.  Brace yourself and remember that perseverance is your greatest strength. Read more

Daily horoscopes: December 28, 2017

ARIES.

(March 20 - April 19):

You're getting tired of footing others' bills but it stops as soon as you stop. It's as simple as that.

TAURUS.

(April 20 - May 20):

Sore losers threaten retaliation, but don't hold your breath. It's too costly for them to carry through with their threats. Read more

Daily horoscopes: December 27, 2017

ARIES.

(March 20 - April 19):

Before accepting an invite to represent the interests of the group make sure you'll be acting as their mouthpiece and not their scapegoat. You can never be too sure these days.

TAURUS.

(April 20 - May 20):

Who would have thought that yielding ground would lead to serious advancement?  Give to get is always the way to go with Mars trine Neptune. Read more

Daily horoscopes: December 26, 2017

ARIES.

(March 20 - April 19):

Let people wax nostalgic.  You know that the rosy past wasn't so rosy.  Besides: you have a lot to look forward to and can't wait to pursue your future.

TAURUS.

(April 20 - May 20):

As a Child of Venus, it's important to be seen in the right circles.  But remember - it's not who you know, but who truly knows you that's important. Read more

Daily horoscopes: December 25, 2017

ARIES.

(March 20 - April 19):

Take time off from the gym to enjoy the holiday. You can't burn off the calories if you haven't consumed them first.

TAURUS.

(April 20 - May 20):

This would be a good time to extend the olive branch. You don't have to kiss and make up, but a little peace on earth couldn't hurt. Read more

In the wake of Harvey Weinstein, is dating at work changing?

More than 50 women have come forward to accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment, assault and rape. Standing up to their predator was brave, heroic and ultimately more inspiring than anyone could have possibly imagined. Thanks to the Weinstein accusers’ courage, countless women have come forward about the workplace abuse they’ve endured. You’ve probably read about the splashier stories in industries like politics, media and tech, but the Weinstein effect has seeped its way into all industries, all around the world. Administrative assistants, farm workers, hospital employees and many, many others are finding their voices and finally feeling empowered enough to point their fingers at workplace predators. Read more
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