There is a motto in astrology that says, "Universal judgement overrides individual judgement". In these agitated days when the world is uniting to fight the pandemic, read our prediction carefully but always be aware of the indications of the authorities.
This week you’ll be in a rather introspective and somewhat apathetic mood in your love life. The thing is, you’re focusing on yourself: analysing and discovering what you want and what you don't. You’ll be exploring new areas of professional interest, hobbies and mysticism. This will make you focus all your energy on yourself, which is an act of self-love.
It doesn’t mean you don’t love your partner anymore, sometimes it’s good to have a period of self-discovery, where only you can help yourself. Plus, you’d rather be at home. And, although you won't be wrapped around your partner all day long, their company and occasional displays of affection will be all you need.
If you’re a single Pisces, you’ll take the leap and you’ll strike conversation with someone you’ve been fantasizing of talking to for weeks. It will be a deep and unforgettable chat with someone who might turn out to be your soulmate.
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You’ll question your career when you reach a breaking point, is it really worth it to keep working in that direction? Or is it time for a change? Is your current strategy yielding the results you expected? Re-evaluate where you are now, where you want to get to, and how you want to do it.
At work, however, misunderstandings will be abundant. It’s better to avoid sarcasm and expressing yourself in a way that’s straight to the point. Plus, remember that not everyone does things the same way, and this doesn't mean they're doing it wrong. Don't try to impose your way.
On Sunday, Mars will abandon your sign to enter its home: Aries. A new period starts for you, where you’ll have an enterprising attitude, full of energy and perseverance.
Having self-discipline will help you on those days where your feelings overwhelm you, and you don’t feel like working out. You can’t let your mood determine whether you’ll exercise or not. Plus, if you’re sad, when you work out your body will generate serotonin, and this will help improve your mood.
You’ll have a tendency towards water retention. Help yourself by drinking diuretic teas and infusions and avoid foods with a high sodium content.