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Tuesday 17.07.2018 | Name days: Aleksejs, Aleksis

Weekly horoscope (26.01 – 31.01): emotions will rule you

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BNN presents a weekly horoscope for January 26th – 31th…

#Aries: goals you have been working on may start realizing. You have good times ahead of you – you just need to believe. Now is the time to use your advantages. You will find them along the way. If you miss them, you have only yourself to blame.

#Taurus: stars promise a lot of responsibility and work in the next couple of weeks! Wind your head and value what you already have! Although spring is far away, your head will be completely submerged in it. You will want to do extraordinary things, so be careful. But do try to enjoy your newfound energy.

#Gemini: you feel alarmed and depressed this week. Write your worries on paper. It will help you solve everything. You will feel the beginning of something new, and this is an opportunity that should not be wasted. At the same time, your heart will know no rest from emotions.

#Cancer: there is a possibility that you will be kicked out of your comfort zone this week. You will, however, understand many things and find compromises to conflicting situations. Discuss your short-term goals with someone close to you.

#Leo: don’t hold back your feelings before people close to you. Take on your ideas! Stop putting them off! You may feel disappointed in something. However, your mood will improve in the second half of the week. You will feel strong enough to tackle serious matters.

#Virgo: you will be struck with a somewhat melancholic and romantic mood this week. It is time to tell someone about your dreams/goals. It is a good time to express your emotions. Don’t try to refuse yourself anything. Do what you want to do and enjoy life!

#Libra: you will want to be open, to speak out and tell people different things. If you manage to handle your responsibilities, you will have time tell others what you have on your mind. It may seem to you that this week started with nothing for you. This is why you should spend more time with friends. The more you talk the better this week will turn out.

#Scorpio: you will be able to demonstrate your stubbornness this week. And yet you have to search for compromises – it will help you find the right way. You need to recover your internal balance. There will be obstacles on your way that are impossible to overcome. Count to ten and walk around them.

#Sagittarius: you will be impulsive this week. But this impulsiveness of yours will have good reasons behind it. Rest and prepare for a wild week! You will experience enlightenment: you will understand where you need to go and what you need to do. This new information will show you the way.

#Capricorn: you will feel the urge to speak your mind. Do just that: expressing emotions will do you no harm. You need to look at your accomplishments again and say thank you for all the good moments. If you have yet to find a solution to your problem, you should tackle it twice as hard.

#Aquarius: emotions will continue entering your head. You will want to clear your mind. You have been thinking about going somewhere… Maybe you should start putting together actual plans this week. You may experience a feeling of ascension (especially in the second half of the week).

#Pisces: you had better keep yourself together this week. Continue doing what you are doing. If you ask directly, without rudeness, you will be able to put your doubts to rest. You will have an opportunity to do something new this week. Look at what you have already accomplished and go forward to conquer new heights.

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