Gemini Horoscope

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gemini
5/21 - 6/21
February  

Monthly Overview

Your energy is through the roof on the 1st and 2nd! Which is great, except that it's snowing outside and some of your colleagues would really prefer it if the roof stayed firmly in place over their heads. How can you balance these competing demands? Why, go outside, of course! You'll get more done the more mobile you are, right now, anyway. So don't let anything (or anyone) reign you in! By the action-oriented 5th and 6th, you and your team want to meet early, decide on a strategy, then get outside and make things happen! Woohoo! The world of content management may never look the same. A misunderstanding needs to be cleared up before it affects your career on the 11th and 12th. Good thing you're such a good communicator! The first signs of spring are making themselves known in your heart, regardless of what's happening out of doors on the magically-unfurling 18th, 19th and 20th. Embrace all this great energy! Take care of all those nagging bills and annoying chores on the 25th, 26th and 27th. It'll free up so much time for you to spend in a very romantic way on the 28th.

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DAILY MOMSCOPE

Time to unleash the kid in you! Your tyke isn't the only one who loves to ride bikes or walk barefoot in the sand. The two of you should get outdoors and enjoy each other's company. Take your cues from them.

 

DAILY OVERVIEW

You need to take a partner aside for a serious chat. This could be your sweetheart or a long-time business associate, but one way or another, they need to hear how you really feel.

 

DAILY FOODSCOPE

Don't preach to friends about their eating habits today when yours aren't exactly admirable. Adapting proper nutrition can be something you can all learn together. Do your research and share your notes. It won't be long before you all come to love different styles of cooking.

 

DAILY BEAUTYSCOPE

'Ordinary' probably sounds like a naughty word to you! Do whatever it takes to banish it from your vocabulary -- let the scissors loose on that old t-shirt, for example, or scour the Internet for wacky, unique items.