October 21, 2018: Activities based at home are likely to be more fun than social entertainment. Go easy with credit use and avoid money disputes. Today could be a mixed bag of tricks....like Halloween almost. You may be able to wiggle fun/profit out of a trip.
(Ratings,1-5)> Love/Fun = 2 Career/Money = 3 Luck/Health = 5.
"It is better to have a permanent income than to be fascinating."-Oscar Wilde
How happy do you want to become...
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visionary abstraction or fatalistic predictions. I help my clients create wonderful, productive lives and I offer you that
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October 20, 2018: The day has a positive emphasis on your career. Now is the time to meet with higher-ups, or begin some important new project. This is a rather low-key day for a celebration, but what the heck !? Update future vacation plans while you have plenty of time.
(Ratings,1-5)> Love/Fun = 2 Career/Money = 4 Luck/Health = 4.
"Well-timed silence hath more eloquence than speech."-Martin Tupper
Libra THE SCALES
|September 24 - October 23
Ruling Planet: Venus
Personality Traits: Charming, Harmonious, Diplomatic, Social, Artistic
General Compatibility: Libra, Aquarius, Gemini, Aries, Leo, Sagittarius
Color: Blue, Cyan
Gemstones: Opal, Tourmaline, Lapis Lazuli, Sapphire
Foods: Whole grains, Breads, Pasta, Lettuce, Strawberries
Challenged to be: Solitary, tough, bold, practical, physical and intense
Spiritual Path: To constructively use universal power for everything
Look who shares your birth sign:
Bud Abbott , Michael Douglas , Helen Hayes, Rita Hayworth , John Lennon, Groucho Marx, Johnny Mathis, Arthur Miller, Roger
Moore, Olivia Newton-John, Luciano Pavarotti, Rex Reed, Mickey Rooney, Eleanor Roosevelt, Paul Simon, Ed Sullivan, Gore
Vidal, and Barbara Walters.