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Weekly horoscope (May 19th – 25th): time for action

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BNN presents a weekly horoscope for May 19th – 25th.

Aries: people around you will not agree with you on most things this week. Don’t let it get to you. Stand firm with your beliefs, because there is a high probability that you are right. Do try to spend evenings with your friends in a calm atmosphere. It’s time to be open with people: say what’s been bothering you, because you may regret not doing that otherwise.

Taurus: imagine your goals in your mind – it will help with making them a reality. This week in general will be pleasant: you will manage to work hard and rest well. Stop trying to change others – focus on realizing your dreams. Finish what you’ve started!

Gemini: if you focus on what you feel and not what you think, you will find it easier to make important decisions. Your heart knows best! There are things that cannot be changed immediately. But they should not be ignored. Therefore, it is worth looking for solutions. There is a high possibility that this whole week will be one big adventure…

Cancer: remember – relationships are made up of two people. This means you should contribute you own efforts even if it seems hard. You will likely feel a loss of interest toward some task or person. This is because your mind is overloaded. Focus on opportunities, not the obstacles. Spend your evenings calmly…

Leo: don’t wait for approvals of others – act on your own! If you want to widen your range of interests, listen to what people around you are saying. You will manage to change if your desire for it comes from the heart. Remember – there are those around you whose opinion is not worth listening to. They always know how to do things better.

Virgo: you dream of going somewhere far away from the things that keep you down. Forget about plans this week. Devote your time to entertainment. HOWEVER! Trusting your instincts is good. But if your decisions are tied to finances, it is best to assess everything with respect to all fact…It will not hurt to be a bit careful.

Libra: this may be one of those rare weeks when you can afford to do nothing. Exhibit a bit of spontaneous behaviour and says ‘yes’ to adventure! But do try and find the time to reconsider the fears that have been keeping you away from achieving results.

Scorpio: your friends will depend on you to provide help this week. You, on the other hand, should consider your actions and try to maintain emotional balance. Someone from your past will try to become friends with you again. Something even more major may happen as well…Listen to your heart to find the right answers.

Sagittarius: you will feel a lot of stress this week. This is because you will be completing unfinished tasks the whole time! There may not much of it, but your desire to rest and forget about everything will get the upper hand… Do not try to avoid those who wish to meet with you! Finish your tasks this week, because you will not be able to forget about work on weekends…

Capricorn: use the opportunity to do the things you’ve never tried before. Listen to your intuition and the week will become one big adventure. Don’t worry about details – focus on the positive side of things and believe everything will be good. Do try to maintain objectiveness.

Aquarius: do try and listen to the needs of others so that you can realize your own goals. Fulfil the duties you have taken upon yourself. You fill feel some of your long-forgotten emotions. Your desires will gain the upper hand over your sense of duty: you will not be able to focus on work – there will always be something to distract you!

Pisces: there are all kinds of things you have no control over! The sooner you realize this, the sooner you will feel relief and freedom. You will meet interesting people this week, but do try and maintain a nice, clean schedule. This will help you handle your work and find time to rest later!


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