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Weekly horoscope (01.12 – 07.12): don’t refuse good opportunities

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BNN presents a weekly horoscope for December 1st – 7th…

#Aries: this week it is important to end conflicts before they escalate and not expect consequences that will appear if nothing is done. The more flexible your week plan, the more you will be able to accomplish. Listen to what others tell you, but do not believe everything you hear!

#Taurus: use your excessive energy to help others. This will give you strength and happiness in life. Don’t be afraid to make decisions in the evening. Such decisions will lead to positive adventures.

#Gemini: this week you will need to sort out all kinds of papers and other boring activities. This is because you will not have the time to deal with them at the end of the week. Be active. Now is exactly the time to fight. There will be many different opportunities around you, so look closely.

#Cancer: it appears that there is some problem before you. If you look more carefully, you will likely see the cause of it. Be careful – do not give empty promises to others. They will remember them!

#Leo: you will feel strange this week. It is neither good nor bad. This is because you feel the changes that will come soon in your life. Just be calm! You have been rather critical toward yourself lately…Replace your negative thoughts with positive ones and let yourself live.

#Virgo: now is the time to sort out your things. The mess you are in prevents you from generating new ideas. Do not judge others if you do not know all of the facts. Actions reveal people’s actual intentions.

#Libra: this week will be perfect for meeting new people. It is likely that you will meet someone special. A lot will happen this week. Not everything will be clear at first – you will need to apply some effort as well.

#Scorpio: everything changes once again. No peace for you! Do try to adapt, and don’t expect things to calm down soon. This week will present you an opportunity to restore balance in your life, rethink your actions and start doing what needs to be done!

#Sagittarius: your patience will end in regard to some people. Breathe deep – you know nothing can change them…This week it is especially important to tell the truth. It might even be better not to say anything at all…

#Capricorn: you need to be around people and communicate with them. You will get this opportunity this week – do not refuse it! Life will push you towards doing things right.

#Aquarius: someone is keeping things from you. This means you will have to go in blind. You will have to deal with it… Abandon the things that you are not interested in. If you feel you can no longer continue on the path with some of your friends, you should let them go.

#Pisces: you will have to do a lot of thinking and analysing this week in order to find the most optimal ways of resolving matters that have piled up around you! Remember: refusal is a good form of defence. You need time to learn more about a person. Don’t give up!


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