Aries: Career & Finance

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3/21 - 4/19
June  

Monthly Career

What, you, chill out? Sit back? Hang tight? What? When there's a big snafu that needs dealing with? And a little detail that's out of order? And a colleague who's having a meltdown? Ok, honey bunny, here's news for you: You can't save everybody and fix everything, all the time. On the 1st, you need to try a different approach. So sit back, chill out and let those colleagues deal with their own problems. If you keep playing superhero, you're going to burn out! Instead of shouldering all the problems at work, take an hour off and go sit in the sunshine. Don't you feel better now? Some really, really awesome news is coming your way on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th, and you are ready and willing to receive it! (Well, who doesn't like getting a bonus?). Be productive on the 10th and 11th. How's your physical health? Ask yourself that on the 15th and 16th. Then go outside and work out! Woo-hoo! Keep on trying new approaches to old problems at work on the 21st and 22nd. They just might work wonders! Take a nice long break on the 27th. You're about to start something new on the 30th.

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DAILY MOMSCOPE

It's a toss-up who will be more restless in the waiting room, you or the tyke. Make sure to plan ahead. Bring a special treat for each hour you'll be out and about for them, and plenty of reading material for you.

 

DAILY OVERVIEW

Set goals today -- you may need to replace a few, as you've had some serious success lately. Now is a good time to figure out what you want and how to get there. Things are moving along nicely for you!

 

DAILY FOODSCOPE

Make a list of small, doable goals for yourself today and then work to achieve them. You'll feel a sense of accomplishment as you knock most of them off. Doing well is a happy cycle: the more you accomplish, the more likely you are to eat healthy and vice-versa.

 

DAILY BEAUTYSCOPE

Your kitchen is a source of beauty products. Olive and coconut oils are great deep conditioners, while baking soda mixed with your favorite cleanser creates an excellent exfoliant. Plus, they're all-natural and biodegradable.