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Weekly horoscope (1.06 – 5.06): time to rest

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BNN presents a weekly horoscope for 1st – 5th June…

#Aries: you will want to be lazy the most this week. You have earned this right. You will also want more romanticism in you relationships. If you want to change things, you had better start acting – nothing will happen on its own. Don’t isolate yourself, and forget the past – you live in the present.

#Taurus: you will want to spend time with your loved ones. You’ve not had such an opportunity lately, have you? Time to tell them about your plans for the future. Don’t be afraid of being spontaneous and creative – it will only help you experience good things. Don’t forget that you also need some discipline.

#Gemini: you will feel tired. This is because you’ve been working hard lately. Think only of rest this week! Some events will help you better understand what you want from life.

#Cancer: you will have to speed up the completion of duties you’ve taken upon yourself. Don’t leave tasks half-done. You will encounter new opportunities that will improve your mood. Be honest with your loved ones and they will respond in kind.

#Leo: you will be able to spend time well and with no extra cost. You will also understand that it is far more important to be together. There is no real point to plan the week; prepare from unforeseen situations. Some tasks can be put off until next week.

#Virgo: you will feel the urge to find out more about a person that has caught your attention. It is one of the most important weeks in your life – don’t waste it.

#Libra: you will want to break free from routine and rest for a bit. The week was not an easy one. What you need is rest. Work will interfere with your dreams.

#Scorpio: you will once again hide from everyone. People around you will have a hard time understanding you. Don’t stay isolated from people for long – it is bad for relationships. The sooner you finish your tasks, the sooner you will be able to plan your future.

#Sagittarius: it will not be easy to find balance between wishes and needs. You will have to work hard. Do try being careful this week. You need to break away from routine and look at what you have – new friendship or even work. Look for it!

#Capricorn: try being open with other people and don’t rush with conclusions: first impressions can be false. You will have to be more tolerant toward others this week. Just remember: don’t let them sit on your head.

#Aquarius: this is the perfect week to devote time to yourself. Take care of your physical and spiritual well-being. Spend time with your family. You will gain freedom is you set clear borders. You know yourself better than others, so don’t listen to their recommendations.

#Pisces: if you want to improve relationships with your loved ones, you will have to search for compromises. What is important is that you will be able to obtain what you want. Recent worries have changed your way of thinking. You need changes because of the routine you’re in. Now is the perfect time for them!

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