Sagittarius Horoscope

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sagittarius
11/22 - 12/21
This Month  

Monthly Overview

Don't try to overeat your way to happiness on the 1st or 2nd (or any other day, for that matter). No, an extra helping of fudge sauce isn't going to make that double cheeseburger digest any better. Where is this desire to pig out coming from, anyway? Is it maybe a frustrated desire to get outside and go for a run? Then, heck, sugar pie, get outside and go for a run! It will be so much more healthy for you than a mongo club sandwich and fries. You need to follow your own energetic impulses on the 6th and 7th, not cleave to theirs. By the friendly, fun and fantastic 13th, 14th and 15th, you should jump for joy and hug for happiness! Some amazing developments totally rock your world on the 18th and 19th. Who would have thought things could be this super-duper? Your horizons need some expansion, from the looks of things, on the 24th, 25th and 26th. Why not head to the beach? Talk about every little thing on the 29th and 30th. Seriously! A little communication goes a long way, and a lot of communication goes even further. Wonderful!

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DAILY MOMSCOPE

You yearn to get off the beaten track on this fast-paced day -- and no doubt will. It's tempting to set a pace that will have the kiddos huffing and puffing to keep up. Slow down, as they really do need to dawdle sometimes.

 

DAILY OVERVIEW

It's one of those days when you're pretty sure that you've got to pass out praise to those you admire. That could mean compliments at work or writing fan letters to artists who changed your life.

 

DAILY FOODSCOPE

You never know when inspiration will strike, and today you may get insight simply by switching channels on your TV. You'll stumble across a real-deal chef showing you how to make the ultimate orecchiette with clams and Italian sausage, and you'll be amazed at how easy it is.

 

DAILY BEAUTYSCOPE

Before you get to the office next week, plan out a particularly sophisticated formal wardrobe. And once you're on the job, don't spend any time shopping online or researching stylists. Focus on your career.