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synchronicity - for capricorns

Monthly career (by Astrology.com)
So what do you want, anyway, when it comes to your career? This is the question you should ask yourself on the 1st, and a host of creative answers are likely to come to you. On the 2nd and 3rd, it's time for even more of this kind of soul-searching, as you consider issues like: What are my priorities? What do I need more time for? What do I need to do less of? On the 9th, you might spend the whole day wishing you were somewhere else. Instead of ignoring it, ask yourself where you'd really like to be. Then maybe you'll come up with a means of getting there! It could be interesting. On the 14th, you get connected with someone -- somehow, somewhere. By the 19th, take a break from all the career evaluation and do something fun. On the 23rd and 24th, a couple of totally stellar days might catch you off guard. But sometimes the surprise makes something great even better! -

Monthly fitness (by Astrology.com)
When was the last time you applied your prodigious creative talents to your health routine? If it's been a while, that might explain the vague pangs of boredom you're experiencing in your workout. Turn your best creative energies on the problem during the 1st. On the 4th, 5th and 6th, you notice you're already starting to have more fun. That's great -- for body and mind. On the 9th, somebody close to you might require a lot of energy. Only give them as much as you have to spare (and don't skip your workout!). You may feel bad, but sometimes other people have to find their own solutions. The 13th, 14th and 15th, get some solid plans in place for your new fitness schedule. On the 20th, do a meditative activity. You should implement any other health changes you've been considering by the 25th, and on the 28th, relax and enjoy!

Quickie: If you're feeling flighty, avoid making any commitments and keep your options open.


  1. Blogger Aravis says @ 10:27 pm
    All great advice. I've made some decisions involving both career and exercise recently, so I found this especially amusing and astute. :0)

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