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Weekly horoscope (08.12 – 14.12): the time has come to think

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BNN presents a weekly horoscope for December 8th – 14th…

#Aries: you will have a strong longing to see your friends and have fun, which is unsurprising because you have been working this whole week. But do try and do everything in your power to accomplish your goals. This is one of those rare weeks when almost anything is possible – you just need to act!

#Taurus: you will once again feel hopeful and light. Do something unusual this week; pull yourself out of routine and be happy for the snow (if there is any). Do you even remember what was it you and your relatives argued about? It is time to leave that in the past and focus on reality. Everything will get better.

#Gemini: you need to care of yourself. Don’t try to do things on your own. If you ask for help, your relatives will not be able to say no. You will be on a roll this week. You should use your spare time to tackle your problems.

#Cancer: you can put off your duties as long as you like, but it won’t make them go away! It is time to pull yourself together and accept the truth. Keep track of your finances; you may experience unexpected spending. Sometimes you need to take the hard road in order to achieve your goals.

#Leo: thanks to a shift in Mars’ position, your life will become balanced once again. Maybe you already have something planned for the weekend but do keep in mind that there may be changes! Don’t forget that balanced relationships have each side contributing something for the other. Are you sure you contribute enough?

#Virgo: this week you should think about taking care of yourself and what you need to change in your life. Take a day off, if you can. Finish work early, because this week will truly test your professional skills.

#Libra: by mentally punishing yourself for your past actions, you only torture yourself and prevent yourself from growing and developing. Look back at things: everything is for the best! You need to rest for a bit – you are too tense. You will notice things that need to be changed this week. You just need to have the will to change them.

#Scorpio: no matter what you do your actions will be full of adventures and new discoveries. Your intuition will tell you everything before it happens. Trust your intuition and be careful.

#Sagittarius: you relatives and friends will want to hear your opinion on things this week. This may take a lot of time from you. So find enough time for yourself as well. Be honest in conversations with others – it can do wonders!

#Capricorn: this is one of those weeks when you can safely rest and do nothing. Enjoy peace and quiet. Use the time provided to you to restore your strength. Everything will become clearer once you see what is really going on. You may experience surprises this week.

#Aquarius: you will feel exceptionally well this week, because this is the moment when you can let go of the past to meet the future! You will have to trust providence – it is the only way. Do try and keep your opinion to yourself (you’ll know the reason why).

#Pisces: don’t expect everything to go as planned. Let everything run its course. This will let you uncover something that will change your view on life! If you want to avoid conflicts this week, you had better avoid the people around you. Use the spare time to take care of yourself.

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