Tonight: Go for mystery. You could be overwhelmed by all that you need to do. Stay upbeat and positive when dealing with changing plans and an unpredictable friend. A close loved one might hold a very different opinion about an important person in your life. Tonight: Zero in on what you want. You might notice that others are looking at you. A boss might approve of the way that you handle a problem.
A loved one simply enjoys watching you. Know that you're onstage. Be discreet about a problem. The less others know, the better. Tonight: TGIF.
Take off as soon as you can. First, you'll need to make and complete an important call that could define some of your weekend plans. A child or new friend could be remote but hoping that you'll know he or she wants more time! The unexpected puts a charge into the day. Tonight: Be spontaneous. Defer to another person.
You know what you want, and you know when you've pushed too far. You'd be well-advised to let another person take the lead. You could be happier with the end results as well. Tonight: Go for the moment. Your popularity soars, but the people who come toward you might be confrontational. You don't need to respond; just listen. The priority is not feeling pushed. If you agree, say so. Tonight: So many invitations. You decide who, where and when. Reach out for a co-worker or friend you encounter in your day-to-day life. Invite him or her to join you after work or sometime during the weekend.
Spending time with this person could have a surprising twist. As you make plans for the next few days, your creativity emerges. You give up the serious demeanour and become more playful and fun. Others notice and clearly gravitate toward you. Tonight: Be a wild thing. Curb an innate possessiveness.
You want to have certain things and people around you. What becomes evident is that you have no control over others; you just control yourself. An unexpected call or insight jazzes up your day.
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