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Weekly horoscope (24.08 – 30.08): a dreamy week

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BNN presents a weekly horoscope for 24th – 30th August…

Baltic news, News from Latvia, BNN.LV, BNN-NEWS.COM, BNN-NEWS.RU#Aries: don’t drown in routine – show your spirit for adventure. Even if it seems everything is alright, give someone else some of your attention. Relax; you will not be able to influence anything this week anyway. If you learn to relax, you will notice results you’ve been waiting for. You will receive a jolt of energy!

#Taurus: you will find a new passion that will occupy your mind for a long time. You have someone beside you who quietly hopes for something more – it is summer after all: you are allowed to relax. Pay attention to your expenses – it’s time to save money!

#Gemini: your hands are all that’s necessary to forge your future! The more you search, the more you will find! Why do you torture yourself with tasks which someone else can carry out better? Don’t let others breach your borders.

#Cancer: you mind will wander somewhere in the clouds this week, you will be unable to concentrate on your work. Conflicts are always hard, especially with good friends. You will see what you mean to each other in the end.

#Leo: your ability to sort things out will become stronger with the energy you have at your disposal. Use your power to forge your future! Much will change this week, but only if you work on it. Relationships will change as well; in a good way!

#Virgo: as soon as you understand what’s really going on, don’t let anything affect your plans. You will have to prove yourself, so be ready. You will receive answers when you’re ready for them, so be patient. Don’t limit yourself, give in to your imagination!

#Libra: this week will be full of mysticism and secrets. Your behaviour will change; people around you will notice this. Home is the best place you can be. Rely on your instincts if you find yourself on an unfamiliar road.

#Scorpio: you will see results of changes and great progress. No matter what kind storm is upon you, you have to be strong – don’t back away from what you’ve started. You need strength to change things. Restore your former ‘I’ and listen to your heart.

#Sagittarius: love is in the air! You talents will help you resolve an unexpected situation. You will be on top of things this week! People around you will test your patience. Don’t let obstacles to affect your path. Don’t reveal secrets no matter what!

#Capricorn: you sit there thinking – why isn’t anything happening? Nothing is happening because you’re not doing anything! You will receive answers to some old event… The week will be very dreamy, but do try and maintain a sense of reality for at least a moment. Work first, rest later!

#Aquarius: sometimes it is enough to listen to someone without offering advice. A new career opportunity will arise. You will be able to complete more than you planned this week. Don’t let fears slow you down.

#Pisces: force yourself to work and make sure the week is successful – overcome your laziness. Don’t push away people close to you, but rather listen to their feelings. Meditate to put away unnecessary emotions. Try it – it works. Your artistic side will show itself as well.


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