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Astro-logical Forecast for Monday 2/28/2011

Make-it-happen Capricorn energy gets you up and at ‘em Monday morning; the Moon has been in that practical, proactive, take care of business sign all weekend — did you feel it? Was that why the Oscars felt so…efficient? Note the lack of a Moon void, suggesting no big surprises or upsets in favor of the underdog. I did not look at the horoscopes of this year’s contenders; one can assume the horoscopes of all nominees are strong — they’d have to be, to be nominated! Last year I was sure Meryl Streep would take home the award for Best Actress over Sandra Bullock, as the latter’s horoscope suggested an especially challenging period in her life — certainly compared to Streep’s.  Of course Bullock DID win…and the next week her marriage fell apart. Challenging! And yet last night she looked so radiant in red. Moral of the story: it’s not so much the challenges we face, but how we choose to respond to them that matters. I know you know this, but it can’t hurt to be reminded of it, so embrace the challenges on your desk today and reward yourself for your hard work and discipline later tonight.

Meanwhile, I will be booking appointments for my trip to Los Angeles next week (March 4-14); if you or anyone else you know would like to book a horoscope consultation, please let me know — I’d love to see you.  : )

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