Georgia Nicols Horoscopes March 24 – 30, 2013

Every day this week has a Moon Alert, those times when you feel adrift like a helium balloon floating in the sky.

  • Mar. 22, 2013 4:00 p.m.
Georgia Nicols

Georgia Nicols

All Signs: “Holy Pie in the Sky!” Every day this week has a Moon Alert, those times when you feel adrift like a helium balloon floating in the sky. You also feel creative, intuitive and more in touch with your inner world, which is why these times are great to socialize, relax, meditate, do yoga and be innovative. (Right brain stuff.) However, during a Moon Alert, whatever you initiate tends NOT to fulfill its objective. If you buy something, you might use it a few times and then never touch it again. If you make a major decision, you later have to rethink it or completely backtrack. These aren’t bad times; they’re just poor times for major decisions and spending money on anything other than food and entertainment. Tread carefully this week! These times are given at the top of my daily columns. (And pay attention to to details.)


Aries March 21-April 19

You feel unusually rebellious this week. (Ha! We’re talkin’ more than usual.) Impulsive behaviour could lead to exciting new situations, especially with respect to meeting other people. You might suddenly fall in love! You might make new friends or meet a real character. Everything you do will be a little bit over the top – broad strokes, bigger than life. You want to be free to be who you are and do your own thing. Naturally, this could put you at odds with someone, which means a power struggle midweek is a strong possibility. You feel sassy, bold and ready for action! You’re in the right frame of mind to shop for wardrobe goodies but the challenge is when, because every day there is a Moon Alert. (Groan.) Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning might work.


Taurus April 20-May 20

So much is going on behind the scenes right now. Some of you are dabbling (or maybe a lot more than dabbling) in secret love affairs. Others are hatching plans or working behind the scenes. Whatever you do could (hopefully) boost your income in the future. Quite likely, you will set in motion a train of events that leads to a better job or a better situation in your job. Work-related travel is also likely. In the bigger scheme of things, you feel you are moving more directly toward some of your goals, which were stalled in the water in the last month or so. It’s nice to get these things back on track. Just be patient.


Gemini  May 21-June 20

This is a lovely, popular time for you! The week ahead, with Moon Alerts occurring every day, will be a fabulous time to socialize with others because each day will have a kind of goofy quality. (Remember Alfred E.  Newman, “What, me worry?”) Enjoy hanging out with friends, especially in group situations. You might energize a group of people or lead them in some way. This is a great week to promote the creative activities of others or to help them bond together for a common cause. You might have a power struggle with someone about shared property, debt or how to use the resources of others. Be inspirational.

Cancer June 21-July 22

You’re high viz. now, which is a good thing. People are impressed with you and, in turn, you’re not afraid to assert yourself. For one thing, you feel optimistically ambitious. (The only way to be ambitious.) Since enthusiasm is contagious, your optimism will inspire others to go along with your plans. You’ll be the leader of the pack! You feel unusually independent as well, which might make you break with others, perhaps even to the point where you quit your job or break relations with a partner. Some might develop a crush on an authority figure. Others will see you as innovative, bold and even reckless.  (Oh my.)


Leo July 23-Aug 22

This week is full of unusual activity. You might suddenly travel somewhere or, conversely, your travel plans might be interrupted or changed. Something unusual could occur with publishing and the media or anything related to higher education, medicine and the law. It could be a breakthrough or it might even be shocking news. Romance with someone from another culture or a different country will blossom for some of you. Others will impress people in group situations, especially by suggesting new ideas: philosophically, idealistically or scientifically. Don’t get hung up on power struggles at work. (Not worth it.)


Virgo Aug 23-Sept 22

You are very involved in matters related to shared property, taxes, debt and handling or defining your relationship to the wealth and resources of others. You might encounter a few surprises here but you’re not going to just sit back and let anyone roll over you. Oh no. You will defend your turf and your best interests and you might even defend the rights of someone else as well. You feel confident, dare we say cocky? (We did.) Be open to co-operating with others because people can definitely benefit you this week. An unexpected gift or advantage might come your way. Someone could release funds to you. Lookin’ good!


Libra Sept. 23-Oct. 22

Big reminder right off the bat: Get more sleep. Four planets are opposing your sign and one of them is the Sun, your source of energy. You need more rest. (It’s that simple.) However, in the realm of professional partnerships, intimate relationships and close friendships, expect a few surprises. Someone might demand more independence and freedom or the two of you might even redefine the relationship so that you have more breathing space. For some, something unconventional might take place. (Two is company, three is an orgy.) Your ability to work with the public is particularly positive and strong. Others are impressed with your energy and ready to follow your lead.


Scorpio Oct 23-Nov 21

You’re on a roll because you are determined to get things done. This is great. You have the energy, the motivation and focus. Don’t waste this blessing. However, be careful about mouthing off to others this week in your haste to introduce reforms or make improvements where you work. You can positively influence groups now and perhaps help them with the introduction of new technology. (Something unusual seems to be taking place.) A work-related romance out of the blue might happen. Continue with your efforts to buff your bod. Travel for work and dealings with foreign countries are likely. It’s a positive week!


Sagittarius Nov 22- Dec 21

This is a fabulously creative time for you! You’re excited about life because you feel very young and alive. Spontaneous vacations, surprise flirtations, social invitations and opportunities to explore the arts or sports events will bring excitement and variety to your life. So much is swirling around you, your life is rather dazzling right now. (And you love it.) The only downside is this could be an accident-prone week for your kids so if you are a parent or you work with children, be alert. (The world needs more lerts.) Your ability to be creative, intuitive and shoot from the hip is hugely magnified. Go do that voodoo that you do so well.


Capricorn Dec 22-Jan 19

You are either focused on home and family right now or you are cocooning at home or all of the above. (Relatives can drive you to distraction and hibernation, which is why George Burns always said, “Happiness is having a warm, loving, caring family in another city.”) Ain’t it the truth? Some of you might bring home high-tech toys this week. (Big flat-screen TV? New computer? A robot that vacuums your floors?) Spontaneous entertaining might occur. (Stock the fridge.) You continue to focus on redecorating and renovating because you’re determined to make your digs look fabulous. Hey – you’re not trying to keep up with the Joneses, you are the Joneses. (All hail.)


Aquarius Jan 20-Feb 18

You’re hustling! This is a busy week. It’s full of unexpected events: short trips, surprise visits, interactions with siblings and neighbours plus fascinating, interesting conversations with curious people. This will definitely keep you stimulated and pumped every day! You’ll love meeting new people and a few of you might strike up a new romance. If this happens, it might be short-lived but dazzling! (“A bee-u-tiful memory.”) This will be an especially creative, powerful week for those of you who teach, market, sell, write, edit and promote for a living because you’re unusually persuasive, innovative and original. (I don’t know about you but I’m impressed.)


Pisces Feb 19-March 20

It’s all about money and cash flow, isn’t it? (Or should I say cash dribble?) Keep your eyes open because many of you will discover new ways to earn money: a new job, a new way to make money on the side or a new way to package yourself in terms of how you attract money to you. Spontaneous purchases, especially for technology and electronics, will also likely happen. Some of your cash flow could be related to travel and real estate or family matters. You feel like you’ve got a finger in every pie and you’re waiting for something to come out of the oven. Do take note: whatever opportunities arise, your window of opportunity will be brief so you will have to act fast! (He who hesitates is miles away from the next exit.)

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