Sagittarius: Love & Relationships

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11/22 - 12/21

Monthly Love

If you've been running yourself ragged, lately, working, working, being stressed, skipping the gym, and generally feeling exhausted, well, it may not be totally reasonable to expect the 1st or 2nd to be totally romantic. Before you're ready for love and romance, you need to do some serious taking-care-of-you! Get some sleep, exercise, eat a couple of healthy meals and relax! On the super-healthy 3rd and 4th, see if romance doesn't come looking for you! Take another look at your ideals on the 10th and 11th. Are they out of date? Are they great? How well do they mesh with reality, particularly when it comes to romance? Are they helping you make good choices, or are they encouraging unrealistic expectations? Don't ask for something you know you can't have on the 15th or 16th. Instead, ask yourself whether you really need a partner who drives a Maserati, and if so, why that's so important to you. (You might realize it's just not that important.) Get ready for a lot of love and romance on the wonderful 22nd and 23rd. Don't burn the candle at both ends on the 28th and 29th. Romance runs up and grabs you on the 30th or 31st.

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