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Weekly horoscope (12.01 – 18.01): time to clean up your head

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BNN presents a weekly horoscope for January 12th – 18th…

#Aries: the positioning of stars will give you great communication with your friends and a positive second half of the week. You will be able to smile and be enjoy the fruits of your labour. But do not relax too much…a bit of caution will not hurt.

#Taurus: events of this week will push you towards sorting out the mess in your head and personal life! All that is left is to get ready and take matters into your own hands. You should gradually sort things out in the mess that surrounds you. Most importantly: you need to decide what you want from life and how you can accomplish whatever it is. This will be your objective for the week…

#Gemini: the next week will be full of events and work. Use the next weekend to rest, recover your strength and spend time in good company! You will be able to accomplish a lot. This will only make you satisfied with your work.

#Cancer: this week will prove full of action for you. Evenings will be even more active! Thanks to the positions of stars, you will feel good energy that you will want to use in work! Do not allow others to hold you back: it is very important for you to feel free this week. Only be setting free your thoughts will you be able to move in the right direction.

#Leo: the week will be full of events and communication! You will feel the urge to do much, and a lot will result in success. But do use this energy to communicate with friends and those close to you. Take care of your relationships and improve your world and thoughts in order to understand who you are and where you’re headed.

#Virgo: stars promise a moment of realization for you this week: you will see something you’ve not been able to more clearly. This will help you understand what you should do. It is often the case that answers are right in front of you. You just need to know where to look.

#Libra: don’t be so haughty – use the help offered by your friends in order to accomplish what you have planned. Friends of Libra are great – they will always help you when you are in need. If you accept your friends’ help, everything will go smoothly…

#Scorpio: this week, you will want to relieve your thoughts of everything you don’t need in order to understand the more complicated moments of your life. Try going for a walk to see thing more clearly. You are the kind of person who finds the right answers through being alone. This week will only serve to prove it.

#Sagittarius: in order to gather confidence/energy, try spending more time with friends. Inspiration will come knocking on your door almost immediately. If everything seems monotonous to you, this week will help you turn the situation in the right direction.

#Capricorn: this week will be productive because of positions of stars. Physical activity will come to you. Be more active and go for a walk every once in a while (even if the weather is not particularly nice). Movement will help you find the right answers.

#Aquarius: stars say you have something very important ahead of you. This something will no doubt have a serious emotional tone to it. So prepare yourself! People of your kind accomplish things by using their creativity! Also, your skill to avoid complicated situations will be of use this week.

#Pisces: this week the stars promise energy and strength to turn mountains upside down. Nevertheless, your work keeps piling up, so this additional energy will be handy in order to achieve your goals.

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