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Tuesday 19.06.2018 | Name days: Nils, Viktors

Weekly horoscope (6.07 – 12.07): enjoy the wonderful moments of life

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BNN presents a weekly horoscope for 6th – 12th July…

#Aries: if you feel like you’re too deep in routine, it is high time to think about changing your career. Old friends will enter your life once again. You stubborn side will awaken. However, the only person it will harm is you. So you will have to fight yourself this week.

#Taurus: you don’t need to go anywhere in order to relax –you just need peace and quiet to recover. You work yourself too much because you always want to do everything yourself. Time to learn how to ask for help and rest. Value every moment of your life.

#Gemini: you will be open for adventures this week; work will stay on the sidelines. Do try avoiding energy vampires. If you don’t want to be disappointed, don’t set yourself any unreachable goals. If you feel any doubts, don’t be afraid to ask for help.

#Cancer: sort out your emotions and wishes in order to restore inner harmony. You will feel dreamy this week. Thankfully, you can afford letting go the wheel and enjoying the freedom provided by summer.

#Leo: you cannot possibly control everything. Learn to let go: it will help you breathe freely. You don’t have to do absolutely everything you can this week – learn to rest. You will have to overcome multiple temptations this week: the easiest way is not always the right one. Be sure to evaluate all risks before deciding.

#Virgo: time to look inside yourself – are you certain about what you want from life? Before making decisions, think how they could affect your future. A bit of patience will help you achieve what you want. Your financial state has improved, but do exercise restraint in your shopping habits.

#Libra: people and things change over time. While you thought of it as a burden in the past, new you see it as a blessing. Nothing happens at random. Don’t ignore your feelings and don’t try to change them by force. If you want others to understand you, try speaking with them. Pay attention to your work.

#Scorpio: duties you will take on this week will last over a long period of time, so don’t rush things and don’t ignore your inner voice. Pay attention to how you express yourself – it is not convincing. In order to overcome fears, talks about them with a friend you trust.

#Sagittarius: you have an exciting week ahead of you. You will notice important things that will help you resolve problems and let go emotions that have been troubling you. Listen to your inner voice and you will make the right decision. Honest talks with someone you love can help clarify relationships and send them in the right direction…

#Capricorn: you will be able to do more this week if you pay less attention to details. You need patience in order to make sense of your thoughts. Don’t rush to conclusions – first impressions can be deceiving. Don’t be shy to speak about the things on your mind – defend your opinions!

#Aquarius: the Moon will help you avoid conflicts this week. You have earned the right to enjoy evenings. But do check your finances. You will have to trust your insight when making decisions because no facts are available to you.

#Pisces: analyse your opportunities and don’t completely trust everything people say. You financial state is steadily improving, allowing you to purchase what you’ve wanted for so long. Not everything goes as plannee, but you should believe that everything is as it should be.

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