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Weekly horoscope (May 5th – 11th): analyse everything

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BNN presents a weekly horoscope for May 4th – 11th.

Aries – you will be rather talkative throughout this week: you will say a lot. You will also be able to formulate your wishes more accurately. Many will ask four your advice…If you try listening to others, you will be able to better understand the situation around you and within you.

Taurus – let go of your anger. It is not worth ruining the entire week for you. Enjoy your freedom and do try to spend this time without hassle! Always think about consequences of your decisions before making them, especially about consequences for the people around you. Remember – the key to success lies in you!

Gemini – what you do to others will come back to you! The work you have been avoiding will remind you about itself! Do try and be less emotional. Pay attention to your health. Engage yourself in healthy exercises…

Cancer – there is no happiness found in fortune. Happiness lies in the people around you. Do try and find the time to be with them. Make your plans more flexible this week. You will be all the richer for it. You should also find the time for yourself as well.

Leo – it is time to leave all past responsibilities where they belong (in the past). You will find new opportunities soon. Do not hesitate: you have plenty of strength for all of them. You tasks will be carried out quickly. However, do try to find a balance between work and leisure.

Virgo – you will feel considerable progress in the things you thought forgotten. There will be positive developments with your personal life. Do not be egocentric. Pay attention to what’s happening around you. This is especially important for compassion – help others. This will benefit you and those around you…

Libra – be more confident in yourself and take risks – you will achieve things that seemed beyond your reach. Be more open to new ideas and thoughts. You will hear your intuition. The week promises a lot of luck!

Scorpio – expect change. You have two options: either combat them or accept them. Help will not come on its own. You will have to be tougher or simply ask for help. Make plans and start your tasks in due time. This will help you become more productive and not waste your time on irrelevant tasks.

Sagittarius – it is time to take on new habits in order to finally decide what kind of person you want to be. You will finally complete what you have begun. Listen to your intuition. Your financial state will improve. This will bring about temptation to make some large purchase…

Capricorn – you will face obstacles that will only serve to protect you. Spend this week calmly. Review your emotions and thoughts. Sort out the chaos around you. This will help you maintain spiritual and emotional peace. If you do not have the answers, try finding them by asking for advice. Do not let everything go!

Aquarius – if you end up swamped by negative emotions, try not to get down. Maintain faith – soon everything will be sorted out. Your endeavours will be the key for your success in the future! Don’t wait until others start acting in your place. Take on the initiative and act!

Pisces – nothing is what it seems. You will understand this this week. Leave out all meaningless emotions to start developing. Take on new opportunities. Focus on the here and now in order to solve all problems.


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