Leo: Career & Finance

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7/23 - 8/22

Monthly Career

You couldn't really be happier on the 1st. Why? Well, it sure looks like you just had an amazing new idea for a spectacular new roller coaster, and you can't wait to get back to your job as a roller coaster engineer when the office opens up, again. Go for a run, in the meantime, and plan which colors you're going to use to paint 'The Amazing Craze-Coaster.' Watch the finances on the 5th and 6th, particularly if someone makes you a slightly too-attractive offer for super cheap bolts and screws. Stay on your toes and double check the details before you commit. Spend quality time with friends on the 12th and 13th. A fan letter from a roller coaster fanatic lifts your spirits (which were already pretty lifted) on the 17th and 18th. Look at all those engineering details, in great detail, on the 24th and 25th. You love that, don't you? Go ahead and tell the boss you're open to other names for your amazing 'Roller Monster' on the 30th and 31st. After all, there's no need to quibble over insignificant details like the name when you're working on more important things, like crazy fast speeds, twists, and double corkscrews!

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You're feeling very spirited today -- to the tyke's delight! Take even the most humdrum activities and make them fun. Why does folding laundry have to be a chore? Get creative with it and you may find a very happy little helper will join you.



Romance is charging up in your life right now, so make the most of it and enjoy what you've got. If you're single, now is definitely the time to get out there and show off for the right people!



You've the ability to magnify any story, and fish tales are your specialty. So go with that theme tonight, and invite friends to dinner. They'll be skeptical when you tell them you caught and filleted the swordfish steaks you'll serve, but they won't say anything as long as you keep the food coming.



Resist the urge to return to past style and beauty choices. Sure, that old 'do might be comforting in its familiarity, but you'll ultimately be happier if you continue to evolve into something even better.