Your lookahead horoscope for the week: April 21, 2024

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You will face a dilemma this year: part of you will be inclined to go through life carefree, but another part will be restless and ambitious. Can you reconcile the two? You can do it if you’re smart – and no one is smarter than you.

ARIES (March 21 – April 20):

It’s not like you have a guilty conscience, but what you said to a friend or colleague last week has you concerned. If it makes you feel better, call them and apologize – even though they’ve probably already forgotten about it.

TAURUS (April 21 – May 21):

A rare Jupiter-Uranus connection in your sign will encourage you to think deeply about the path you are taking in life. Come up with some ideas on how you can get off this path and onto another path that is consistent with the future you want for yourself.

GEMINI (May 22 – June 21):

You don’t need to be tough to show your colleagues and employers that they should take you seriously, that they know what you are capable of and don’t need further proof. Keep striving to be the best you can be – that’s more than enough to impress them.

CANCER (June 22 – July 23):

You may want to make your views known to family and friends, but you know you need to be careful about what you say and how you say it. Some people can be incredibly touchy and won’t appreciate criticism – so make it sound like praise.

LEO (July 24 – August 23):

Why do you feel like you have to do everything now, right now? It doesn’t matter why you need to get over it, because the more you rush over the next few days, the less likely you are to make progress.

VIRGO (August 24 – September 23):

While everyone else is running here, there and everywhere trying to get a handle on events, you will sail along peacefully, without a care in the world. Why should you strive when you know the universe will, as always, provide what you need?

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LIBRA (September 24 – October 23):

If your sixth sense isn’t yet telling you that something is wrong in your world, it won’t be long before it does. It seems that a friend or relative has been hiding what you need to know from you. Find out what it is.

SCORPIO (October 24 – November 22):

The more you listen to what those around you are saying, the more you will learn about the issues that will affect you in the weeks and months to come. Remember that it might not be completely rosy, but it won’t be catastrophic either.

SAGITTARIUS (November 23 – December 21):

Pay attention to what your inner voice is telling you, because if you don’t make changes at home and work early next week, it could cost you. This is one of those times where your heart can see what your head missed.

CAPRICORN (December 22 – January 20):

Have you made the best use of the talents you were born with? Even if you don’t have the sun in the most dynamic area of ​​your chart, you can easily make up for lost time. Aim high, then wow everyone and go even higher.

AQUARIUS (January 21 – February 19):

It may seem like the experts have all the answers, but if their claims seem a little far-fetched over the next few days, ignore them. Just because someone is in a position of influence doesn’t mean they know what they’re talking about.

PISCES (February 20 – March 20):

Now that the Sun has joined Jupiter in one of the most optimistic areas of your chart, you can’t help but be full of the joys of spring. However, not everyone loves life as much as you do, so think about what you can do to cheer them up.

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