Capricorn Horoscope

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capricorn
12/22 - 1/19
February  

Monthly Overview

Are you putting all your heart and soul and energy and waking hours into work on the 1st and 2nd? Are you happy? If you are doing that, and it does make you happy (regardless of the results -- success or failure, you're glad you put so much into it), then great. But if you're feeling a little burnt out, and like you need a break, then take one. After all, life shouldn't be all work and no play, you know. You'll be feeling a lot more relaxed, and a lot more romantic, on the extremely lovely 7th and 8th. You've been working hard, and you deserve to kick up your feet. You're contemplating the meaning of stability, and your definitions of it, on the 13th, 14th and 15th. Is it possible that what you've thought constitutes stability (money, status) isn't nearly as stable as factors you're just now considering (happiness, being fulfilled)? Cool! A few inspiring conversations take you by surprise on the 18th, 19th and 20th. Listen closely. Get all the facts, first, on the 25th, 26th and 27th. Then build your hypothesis. Get cultural on the 28th.

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DAILY MOMSCOPE

It's okay that you've pinned your little one's latest masterpiece to the office billboard -- you're so proud of them! Let their creativity inspire you to try a more right-brained approach to a business problem.

 

DAILY OVERVIEW

Surprise the competition today -- they will never see you coming. Your creative ideas are perfect for taking advantage of your current situation, and your practical nature helps you succeed.

 

DAILY FOODSCOPE

A heartbroken friend will come to you for comfort. You're always glad to help with sage advice and good food. Nothing soothes a bruised heart like comfort food, so heat up leftover lasagna and garlic bread. Have some yourself. Head out for dessert -- a walk will do the both of you some good.

 

DAILY BEAUTYSCOPE

Sometimes you need to hit the gym less and hit the sheets more. If you're not getting enough sleep, you occasionally need a night or two to make up the deficit. Next step: Plan how you can avoid sleep deprivation in the future.