Georgia Nicols horoscope: April 2014

Your stars for April 2014

Aries (March 21-April 19)

This is an empowering time! The Sun in your sign gives you a chance to recharge your batteries for the rest of the year. It also attracts important people to you as well as favourable circumstances. Be aware of this blessing and use it to your advantage. Venus will soften all relationships with friends and groups; however, your ruler fiery Mars continues to oppose you until August, creating arguments with others. Hey – it’s an opportunity to practice patience.

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

Your personal year is coming to an end. How do you want your new year to be different from this year? Partnerships have been a struggle; nevertheless, you’re working hard. In addition, your optimism is strong and your hopes for the future are big. These hopes are justified because in about five to six years, you will reach a career peak or time of harvest in your life. And late this year and next year, will be an excellent time to explore real-estate opportunities. Ka-ching!

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

This is a popular month! Get out and boogie. Talk to people and meet new faces. Join classes, gyms, clubs and organizations. Not only is this a social month for you, it’s a time where you will benefit from interacting with others – people will help you! Travel for pleasure will appeal plus romance and competitive sports. Your future earnings are bound to increase this year and next, perhaps from a contact you make this month. Enjoy your increased popularity and think about how to make your dreams come true.

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

The Sun is now acting like a spotlight and this light is flattering. People will admire you and those in authority will give you increased responsibilities. This is the time to make your pitch or go after what you want or ask for approval or permission. Not only will authority figures give you the nod, you can benefit from the wealth and resources of others as well. Gifts and goodies will come your way. This is a favourable time except for the chaos and insanity on the home front.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)

Whether it’s a road trip or jet hop somewhere, you need a change of scenery. Adventure and the thrill of discovery! Yeah! Do something to satisfy this urge. Travel is a good choice. Or you might experience something fresh by learning anything new or you could sign up for a course. Recently, I have been discovering an unfamiliar part of a city I thought I knew and I’m fascinated! Groovy new places to eat and cool secondhand bookshops make me feel like I’m on vacation. But I’m at home.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

This month will be passionate. Sex will be hot. But that’s a given. You will also passionately defend your best interests in sharing anything like an inheritance or a dispute about insurance matters or shared property. Expect to be focused on taxes, debt, bills, shared expenses, shared labour and responsibilities for others. Fortunately, everything at work is smooth and cozy. Some will get a raise or praise. Others will strike up a work-related romance. Woo, woo!

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

The Sun is now opposite your sign, which is as far away from you as it gets all year. Because the Sun is your source of energy, you are bagged! You need more sleep. Of course Librans, more than any other sign, are prone to crazy sleep habits. Do get more rest. This will be challenging because fair Venus will create parties, social occasions and romantic adventures. And feisty Mars is in your sign until August making you energetically assertive (read bossy and pushy).

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

You want to be efficient at work; and you want things running tickety-boo at home. Many of you will also work out at the gym because you want to buff your bod and get in shape. Make a list and prioritize what is really important. When you tackle something – give yourself the best equipment to do it. Take yourself seriously. Do yourself a favour. When you tackle something like a professional, the results will show. Like the pro carpenter, “Measure twice, cut once.”

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

This month is full of games, parties, schmoozing, flirtations, romantic getaways, vacations, games, sports events, musical performances, the arts, movies and just plain fun. Express your creative talents. Enjoy playful times with children. Take a vacation. The arts, the entertainment world and the hospitality industry will flourish. You can make money from writing and talking. Wealth will continue to come your way. How sweet it is!

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

Now your attention turns to home and family. Some of you will want to cocoon more at home or hide. Or you might check out how to modify your home or make basic changes that please you. Partners and close friends are helpful; and you are ready to part with your hard-earned dough to buy beautiful goodies for yourself and others. Incidentally, there is a chance you can get a raise or a better job. (Be aware of this.)

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

You’ve got things to do, places to go, people to see. Because you’re keen to enlighten them about your views and ideas, this is a strong month for those who sell, teach, act or write. You also want to travel, study and explore beyond your sandbox. Buy wardrobe goodies. Relations with others will be smooth because Venus will help you to be diplomatic and charming. This promotes your chance to improve your current job or get a better one. Perfect time for short trips. Zoom, zoom.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)

Money, cash flow, earnings, debt, major purchases and shopping sprees are on the menu now. You’re concerned with earnings and how to boost them. (This is a good time to get a job in the arts, movies, the entertainment world, the game industry, the hospitality industry and anything to do with working with children.) You express yourself well now because Mercury is in your sign. Take some time to think about your values and what really matters. What motivates you?

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