HOROSCOPES – Georgia Nichols

Your stars for March 2016

Aries (March 21-April 19)

You are the first sign in the zodiac. You love to try anything new. Not only are you a pioneer – you like to win! You like the first word and the last. Because Aries rules the head, you charge headfirst into life, and most of you like hats and sunglasses. This month, with the Sun in the last sign of the zodiac, is the time to strategize what you want your new year to be about. Define your goals. Give them deadlines  Expect success!

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

This month is a popular time for Taurus. You value your friends more. You are more aware of the role friendships play in your life. Remember – your friends are a reflection of who you are. (Sometimes scary, isn’t it?) Therefore, this is a great month to socialize and to put your energy into team efforts. It’s also a good time to share your hopes and dreams for the future with someone because their feedback will probably help you. Why not find out?

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

This month you are in the limelight because this is the only time all year when the Sun is at the top of your chart. Symbolically, the Sun is ‘shining down on you’ with a light that is flattering. This is why others will ask you to take on extra duties. Say yes because you don’t have to be special to dazzle them. This is also the one month of the year where you really think a lot about your career and your role in your community. Examine your life to see if you’re headed in the direction you really want to go. Are you?

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

It’s time to broaden your horizons through study, travel, adventure plus thrilling and unfamiliar experiences. Take up a new course of study or a new hobby. Enjoy talking to people from different backgrounds and other countries. Obviously, travel will please you. The main thing is you want to learn something new and feel that you are grabbing more of life, which you can actually do without leaving your city. Often, publishing, the media, the law and medicine become a higher focus at this time. ‘Here comes the judge!’

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)

This month you’ll enjoy being investigative. (Don’t leave home without your deerstalker.) You will dig deep to discover more about yourself and because of this drive for introspection, you will undergo a psychological transformation. You will meet someone who provokes powerful changes in your life or perhaps this person will challenge your value structure? Meanwhile, expect to focus on taxes, debt, shared property and inheritances as well. And yes, sex will be on your mind. As ever.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

This month the Sun is opposite your sign, which is the only time all year this happens Basically, it means you will be more tired. You will need more sleep. Go to bed. Your focus on partners and close friends will deepen. You will study these relationships to see their value in your life. The truth is, for your own benefit, you must be as good for your partner as he or she is for you. In other words, the relationship must be mutually beneficial. This is also a time to consult experts and get support from others. It’s not the time to go it alone.

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

You are affected by your surroundings. The ambiance of a room impacts your mood. This month you want to manage your life efficiently and effectively. You want everything around you to run smoothly and function well. When your surroundings are clean and attractive – you are happier. Therefore, get to work and create surroundings that make you feel good. Give yourself the right tools to do a great job. (If you put out fresh flowers, you don’t have to dust.)

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

Lucky you! Get ready for a month full of romance, pleasure, vacations, the theatre, movies, the entertainment world, sports events and the hospitality industry. Fun city! Therefore, satisfy your urge to get out and have a good time. You will also enjoy playful activities with children. In addition, if you have a chance to express your own creativity, this will please you. Basically it’s the one time of year when you can say, ‘I want to be myself and I want to have fun!’ It’s a great month to date or slip away on a vacation.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

This month the Sun is at the bottom of your chart, which heightens your focus on home, family and your private life. You might be more involved with family events or with a parent. Others will cocoon at home. Many of you will think about the past more than you usually do perhaps because an event or a person prompts this. Of course, nothing is more conducive to your peace of mind than not having any opinions at all.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

A busy month! Your daily tempo will accelerate with appointments, errands, mucho conversations, increased reading, writing and studying plus travel – oh yes, and many short trips. You are keen to communicate. Not only will you want to learn new things, you will also want to enlighten others about your ideas. Because you will be mentally bright and alert, this is a good time to put your cards on the table and tell it like it is. Naturally, you will be polite because you have class plus you value your good reputation.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

This month you will ponder your values in general and ask yourself what really matters. It’s true that what you earn and what you own reflect your values; but there are also more basic values that dictate your happiness. For starters, it’s a fact – what goes around, comes around. Plus, your values create your choices, and your choices create your future. So for your own future happiness, you have to have a handle on what your basic values are. Ya think?

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)

Happy Birthday! It’s your month, which gives you a chance to recharge your batteries for the rest of the year. Plus, it will attract important people and favourable situations to you. Obviously, this happens only once a year, when the Sun is in your sign; and because the Sun is the source of all energy – you will be on stage and powerful! This is why you will want to express yourself, especially creatively. If this threatens or overwhelms someone, too bad. This is the one time of year when your first duty is to yourself. Enjoy!

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