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Weekly horoscope (7.04 – 13.04): spring in the air

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BNN presents a horoscope for all zodiac signs for April 7th – 13th.

Aries – you have been very capable lately! Do try and maintain high spirits this week as well! This week, you will be able to finally overcome the uncertainties that have been worrying you lately! A new week means the beginning of new opportunities! Everything you have achieved so far will help you conquer new heights!

Taurus – the goals you have been working to reach will become a reality! There are good times and development opportunities ahead. You only need to believe in them! If you remain passive, nothing will happen. The time has come to use advantages, because they will come to you. If you do not use them, you will only have yourself to blame…

Gemini – stars promise responsibility and a lot of work in the next couple of weeks! Keep your head cool and keep in mind what you already have and what you may acquire! The spring is in the air! Be rebellious for once! It is likely that this whole week will make you rather unpredictable and daring…Enjoy it!

Cancer – you may feel rather tired and worried this week. Write your fears on paper – it will help you understand and come up with suitable solutions! You will feel a sense of new beginnings this week! It means an opportunity, and it should be used! Spring is also a rather passionate season. Look around you – there is bound to be someone you like somewhere!

Leo – you may feel out of the loop this week. It will help you look back at things and come up with compromises! Learn something new about yourself! Write your goals on paper. A degree of certainty will help you find the right way…

Virgo – do not deny showing people the closest to you your feelings! Open your heart and kiss someone! Do try and stick to the ideas you have been putting off lately! Although you may have a certain funny feeling inside, the second half of the week will allow you to refresh yourself and tackle additional challenges!

Libra – you will be rather melancholic and romantically dreamy this week! Now would be a good time to tell someone your dream/goal! It is also a good time to be emotional! Do not try to deny yourself anything – enjoy life! The fewer obstacles in your way, the more freedom you have!

Scorpio – you will likely want to be more open! Talk to people – tell them about your problems. If you manage to handle your duties, you will be able to charm others and play with your heartstrings! If the beginning of the week turns out not too beneficial for you, you should turn to your friends. The more you share with them, the better the week will turn out! The end may turn out super for you!

Sagittarius – do not be too strong-willed this week! You should look for compromises. This will help you find the right way. You need balance! You will come across obstacles that are insurmountable for you. Count to ten, and walk around them instead. Stubbornness will not pay-off this time.

Capricorn – you will be somewhat impulsive this week. However, your impulses are targeted – stars know what they are doing! Rest p and prepare for a crazy week! You may be visited by enlightenment on where to go and what to do in a long-term perspective! This new information will light your way!

Aquarius – you will feel an urge to express yourself or talk to people this week. Do it – venting of emotions will only do you good! You should look back at the things you have achieved and express your gratitude to the people who helped you! If there are any problems that continue to bother you, this week will bring you the power you need to tackle them. Go for it!

Pisces – spring is in the air, and you can feel it in your head! Try to clean up a bit – at least in your room. You have been dreaming about some place you’ve always wanted to visit. Time to stop dreaming and start putting plans together… You will get the feeling of rebirth this week. Do try to maintain this feeling throughout this week.


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