Aries Horoscope

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3/21 - 4/19
November  

Monthly Overview

Is it selfless to be charming? Is it charming to be selfless? Is the best way to get what you want to charm? Is it possible that being selfless will actually make it easier to get what you would have wanted if you had been being selfish? How can things be so paradoxical? These are the questions you should be asking yourself on the 1st and 2nd. Rather than theorize, put the questions to the test. Be selfless! Be charming! See what happens! Explore some previously-unknown terrain on the 5th and 6th. By the energetically-interesting 11th and 12th, you and they are generating all kinds of fascinating vibes. Where is this heading? Time (and the decisions you make) will tell! Everything is going really, really well on the 13th, 14th and 15th. Your business life is thriving, your friendships are blooming, your emotional attachments are growing more and more dear to you. Wonderful! Go see your nephew's first grade play on the 21st or 22nd. Even if he's just Pilgrim Number Four. Work out, super hard, on the 26th and 27th. A little introversion will go a long way on the 30th. Let it.

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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.