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Weekly horoscope (21.04 – 27.04): think of yourself

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Baltic news, News from Latvia, BNN.LV, BNN-NEWS.COM, BNN-NEWS.RUBNN presents a weekly horoscope for April 21st – 27th.

Aries – do try to provide more attention and care for those around you (people close to you). You are the one they’d rather depend on! Your words and actions will carry great power this week. Use this week to benefit yourself and your relatives and friends. Do not try to act against your enemies…

Taurus – there is a possibility that you may hurt the feelings of a close person this week. Be patient and sympathetic. The week is bound to be full of thoughts and emotions.

Gemini – in order for others to take your intentions seriously, you should go from words to actions. Start doing something you’ve been planning for a long time. This will make others keep quiet. You have a lot to do. Do try to complete all tasks one at a time. You don’t have a whole lot of time for everything…Deadlines are looming!

Cancer – you will have a lot of responsibilities this week. You should start with setting up priorities. Otherwise you will likely fail to do anything! Don’t try to solve problems of others – you have enough to do as it is! In any case, you have too kind of a heart…

Leo – you will likely feel the need to cry about a lot of things this week. Don’t worry – changes will come soon! This means internal changes – you feel them already, don’t you? This is not just because of spring. This is something bigger! Thoughts and ideas keep blooming in your head! Do not ignore them. Use them. Maybe one of them will help you change your plans and yourself!

Virgo – you’d love to sleep some more in the morning, right? This week is made up of commotion and running around, isn’t it? Step up, and you will manage to do everything! There is something about Virgo: no matter the complexity of the situation, they always pull through. Do try to use this exceptional trait this week.

Libra – this week will be ideal for evaluating your achievements. Thoughts and analysis – this will be your slogan for the week! You are already deep in thought, but this week will help you find your way…

Scorpio –an extreme emotional carousel for you: it will be hard for you to concentrate and finish your tasks. But this period will end soon. You only need to endure emotional pressure this week. You will then become twice as strong and will be able to overcome even more serious difficulties! Hint: sometimes it is better to simply take a deep breath.

Sagittarius – you should keep your heart open and prove to everyone your exceptional skill at finding compromise. Also, have you noticed that you have spring on the mind lately? You can’t seem to decide what you want, right? Look no further – this week is here to help you find exactly what you want.

Capricorn – the alignment of the stars will help you handle the emotional chaos that has been tormenting you lately. You will sort out all emotional baggage and handle the business side of things this week! You just need to overcome laziness. Then you will be able to move forward! You should keep in mind that problems will not solve themselves.

Aquarius – before sorting out the contents of your head and your emotions, you should sort out things at home. This will be the first step towards the right direction. Understanding will come on its own later on! It is hard to put you off balance, but you have been out of the loop lately. This is because of your emotions…Nothing will change this week in this regard.

Pisces – if you let go of the wheel even more, you may find unexpected changes happening. Try it! You will likely feel emotional freedom as a result. This will allow you to open new doors for new opportunities in life. You should not focus solely on spiritual values. Your responsibilities will remind you of their presence from time to time.


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