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Weekly horoscope (29.12 – 04.01): joy and discoveries

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BNN presents a weekly horoscope for December 29th – January 4th…

#Aries: you may want to review your life and relationships this week. It will be a time of thoughtful considerations. It will allow you to find out many interesting things. What you may find out may be best to keep in mind. Things are not as bad as they seem. Maybe it is worth resetting priorities.

#Taurus: you need to look at life and your current situation from a new angle. The best way to do so is by checking your head. A walk and some fresh air will grant you new emotions. The second half of the week promises changes in your view on different events…

#Gemini: the external world experiences something of a small chaos. This is why it is important to restore balance in your internal world! This week is perfect for just that. There is a good chance everything will go as planned. Use your energy thoughtfully for your own future.

#Cancer: this week will be full of surprises; not everything will go as you planned. It is important to keep cool until the sky becomes clear – only then will you be able to sort things out. Furthermore, it is time to find out who is on your side and who isn’t. But does not mean you should sever all ties with the latter.

#Leo: there is a large possibility that you will end up in an epicentre of events and in the spotlight. Do what you do best – charm everyone with your inner self. Or by means of a well-done work and accomplished goals. It is likely you will end up in a situation where you will have to untangle yourself from unpleasant circumstances.

#Virgo: the stars say the second half of the week will be full of in-depth thoughts. From them, you will find out something new about yourself and your plans! Your situation will enter its final stages, so don’t forget about your own plans. If you do not yet have one, now is the time to come up with it.

#Libra: you may have a rather strong thought that it is time to stop being carefree – it is time to take matters into your own hands. Whether or not this will result in actual accomplishments or not, will depend only on you! You are, however, permitted to dream.

#Scorpio: not everything will go as planned… You will feel as though something has stopped. Don’t worry – you will end up where you need to be! Sometimes one step back is a pivotal moment that needs to happen in order for you to move forward. You will have a lot of thoughts circling in your head.

#Sagittarius: you will feel an undeniable urge to dedicate time for yourself and your thoughts this week. All this in order to analyse your emotions, feelings and the path you walk. The stars promise many crossroads ahead…

#Capricorn: you will be practical and will work toward results this week. You will find that slight changes inside yourself and around you allow you to accomplish a lot more! There is a high probability that you will begin a spring cleanup in your head, as well as your room/apartment/house. This will make you look at things from a new perspective and charge ahead toward new challenges.

#Aquarius: do you need to come up with a plan that will allow you to accomplish what you want – use your intuition! Say out loud what you want. This will also help you accomplish what you want. You feel as though everything has stopped, as though fate put barriers ahead of you. But you have already reached the top of the mountain, and this is where the fun begins…

#Pisces: you will likely have to change plans this week. But this is for the best! Impulsiveness is part of your nature – nothing can stop you. It is also worth making sure your temper does not ruin some successfully launched project or relationships. So a bit of restraint will be quite useful.

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