Cancer: Career & Finance

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cancer
6/22 - 7/22
May  

Monthly Career

Why do the same-old, same-old interior decoration when you could experiment with raw concrete and black ceilings? Why choose a safe beige, when your client really is ready for outrageous orange? You are ready for anything on the 1st and 2nd. And the best thing you can do is follow your inspiration. Don't repress this amazing energy! If you feel orange and paint beige, it's not going to be good for you, your client or your firm (well, ok, make sure the client's on board, first). Your choices prove enormously popular on the 3rd, 4th and 5th. In your line of work, it's clear that a project is made or broken in all those small details. Keep that in mind on the 8th and 9th. Tell your coworkers how much you appreciate them on the 15th or 16th. If you want, you can communicate your feelings with cupcakes. They'll really appreciate that thoughtful gesture of yours. Identify expectations in all new financial relationships on the 19th, 20th and 21st. Try out a nutty concept on the 26th or 27th. Your work is pure inspiration on the 31st. Enjoy!

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DAILY MOMSCOPE

Let your hair down today. Keeping up appearances won't be as much an issue, so just relax. You'll have more fun if you show the tyke how to make prize-winning mud pies rather than just talking them through it.

 

DAILY OVERVIEW

Your dedication to service is amazing, and you should find that it actually works in your favor a little bit today -- more than just the glow of satisfaction. You may be able to actually make it pay off!

 

DAILY FOODSCOPE

Today could be a perfect opportunity to do something for yourself. Get in a good workout and perhaps a little meditation. Follow that up with a healthy dinner, like a quinoa bowl topped with black beans, avocado and salmon. All that good stuff will have you positively glowing, and that's a good look.

 

DAILY BEAUTYSCOPE

Your easy mood is perfect for starting projects you might ordinarily be too wound up to finish. Start meticulously unknotting various chains and necklaces, for example, or sorting through your overwhelming assortment of socks.