March 29: Be innovative, Gemini

March 29, 2010|by Jen Bem | jenbem1@gmail.com | b free daily

Aries 03.21-04.19 A bad judgment call will have you apologizing to everyone in your office today. Don’t worry — they’ll forgive you. They just may think twice before giving you extra duties again.

Taurus 04.20-05.20 Jupiter says keep your guard up this afternoon. Putting your trust into someone who seems a bit shady is a bad idea today.

Gemini 05.21-06.21 Take an idea and make it your own at work today. Your boss and co-workers will respect you for the innovation. You may even surprise yourself with how crafty you can be.

Cancer 06.22-07.21 Mars thinks you need something to get out of the boring rut you’re in right now. Go do something spontaneous, such as join a recreational sports league.

Leo 07.22-08.22 Sometimes it’s hard for you to break up your time at work and at home. That’s good for your boss, but bad for your honey.

Virgo 08.23-09.22 Venus suggests spending as much one-on-one time with your honey as possible. You two have been drifting apart, and there is no better time than the present to rekindle that sexy flame.

Libra 09.23-10.22 Reach out to a friend you haven’t talked to lately. Don’t let your busy schedule start to push your old friends out of your life.

Scorpio 10.23-11.21 Stand up for yourself today at the office. Uranus will make sure you’re eloquent — and forceful — in getting your point across. Hey, if you don’t do it, who will?

Sagittarius 11.22-12.21 The moon is urging you to get back in touch with your spiritual side this evening. Spend some time by yourself and meditate to reconnect.

Capricorn 12.22-01.19 A co-worker will get under your skin today to the point where you’ll be tempted to just tell him off. Keep your cool — keep your composure and keep it professional.

Aquarius 01.20-02.18 Venus promises that your honey will want to shower you with affection this evening, but you’ve got to be patient. You may want more than she can give you at this moment.

Pisces 02.19-03.20 Don’t dwell on the past. It’s a good idea to remember the lessons you’ve learned, but not to worry about mistakes you can’t change.

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