Taurus: Career & Finance

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taurus
4/20 - 5/20
May  

Monthly Career

Out with the old and in with the new! That could be your mantra on the 1st and 2nd. Sure, it's not easy to break out of old habits (like always picking up the slack at work, and never taking credit for it). But now is a great time to start fresh! And that's just what you should be doing. Annoyed on the 6th and 7th? Good! That's a great motivation to act. Sure, it's going to be a wild ride, as you go about making changes in the way you respect yourself and the value of your work product, but make sure you stay true to yourself, no matter how hard it is on the 13th and 14th. Check in with those boundaries, again, as your office mates begin to try to get you to take over their shift, again, on the 19th, 20th and 21st. (Practice saying 'No' in the mirror!) Love trumps work, as far as your attention is concerned on the 26th and 27th. That's perfect! That means you've been doing a good job not working your fingers to the bone. Network on the 31st. You never know where a meeting might take you!

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DAILY MOMSCOPE

This is a day when it will be difficult to maintain your famous tortoise style, what with all those hares acting crazily. But slow and steady really will win the race, especially behind the wheel. And kids can take in more at a sedate pace.

 

DAILY OVERVIEW

Try not to push yourself hard today -- playing it safe is the best bet for sure. Things are looking up, but that doesn't mean it's a time for risky bets. Just don't rock the boat for now.

 

DAILY FOODSCOPE

Ask yourself whether or not you're taking thrift too far. If those chicken breasts are almost a week past their expiration date, it's really not worth the risk, no matter how well you cook them. Don't gamble with your health!

 

DAILY BEAUTYSCOPE

Dare to deviate from your routine -- it may bring unexpected style insights. Instead of a haircut every two months, see what happens if you wait three. Or go to the nail salon across town rather than the one on the corner.