Leo forecast for Sunday January 18, 2020

Your Weekly Horoscope: The great poet Kahlil Gibran said that 'generosity is giving more than you can, and pride is taking less than you need'. Of course, as a Leo, you know that pride and generosity sometimes bring challenges. You also understand life's paradoxes; that when you give more than you can, you receive more than you need; and, that when you take less than you need, you're not doing yourself any favours. This week, as your ruling planet, the Sun, enters innovative Aquarius, trust your instincts.

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January 18, 2020

Your Weekly Horoscope: The great poet Kahlil Gibran said that 'generosity is giving more than you can, and pride is taking less than you need'. Of course, as a Leo, you know that pride and generosity sometimes bring challenges. You also understand life's paradoxes; that when you give more than you can, you receive more than you need; and, that when you take less than you need, you're not doing yourself any favours. This week, as your ruling planet, the Sun, enters innovative Aquarius, trust your instincts.

January 17, 2020

People often say that the secret to their success lies in the art of being able to foresee potential hurdles, then drawing on a mix of knowledge and experience so that they're able to implement the necessary manoeuvres and emerge victorious. Okay... so far, so sensible. In reality, though, we can't micromanage our lives. We're humans - not machines. And, by expecting ourselves to 'super-function' we risk intensifying our stress levels. You can take things one step at a time, this weekend.

January 16, 2020

I don't know about you but I'm challenged by flatpack furniture. I understand that some people are fine with it; even enjoy the process of unpacking and following the instructions carefully through to completion. And we all appreciate the item when it has been properly constructed; even the most critical interior designer likes a well-built piece of furniture. There's a relatively easy solution available to you today. But, if you want to build something that lasts, you need to take one step at a time.

Celebrity Leo

Jennifer Lawrence 15 August 1990

January 15, 2020

Anyone who follows the news can easily feel overwhelmed. It's easy to surmise that our world is on the brink of collapse and that it's only a matter of time before we descend into chaos and catastrophe. The future seems bleak. But the truth is that it isn't! Things don't have to be this way. In fact, the more time we spend brooding on disaster, the higher the chance of us experiencing it! The Venus/Uranus link encourages you to replace your fears with dreams. You'll be amazed by what happens.

January 14, 2020

The problem with some things we say is that they aren't so much a promise, more a signal of intent. And these two can often get jumbled up. If I say, 'I'll see you on Thursday.' you might register that as an unspecific, 'See you later in the week'. When I show up on your doorstep on Thursday, you might be slightly taken aback. Some things we say are commitments to be upheld. Today, just make sure that you're not moving hell and high water for something that was merely a suggestion. Let the cosmic convergence transform your world. Call 1300 017 319.

January 13, 2020

There are some limitations and restrictions that you're unable to escape. Well, you can... but it would lead to consequences that you don't want to deal with. That's why you've decided that it's okay to accept certain limitations, and make the best of the situation you find yourself in. If you're hoping that I'm going to tell you about a miraculous change of circumstance, you'll have to keep hoping. But there is good news! If you focus on what you're actually doing, you can turn it into a triumph!

January 12, 2020

Your Weekly Love Focus Horoscope: Downsizing is all the rage these days; in our overly complicated world, it's no wonder that cutting out clutter and getting back to basics appeals. Regularly reviewing your physical possessions is a healthy thing to do. If you consider what they bring in terms of happiness or satisfaction, you can discard whatever doesn't make the cut. The same process works in our relationships. An honest look at what's essential is called for. This cathartic process will reveal what you need to focus on.