Pisces forecast for Tuesday March 02, 2021
Since there are establishments committed to seeking excellence, and organisations that promote the utmost standards of thought and behaviour, it might be easy to imagine that our world is learning to banish all that's incompetent and mediocre. But that would be wrong. You're dealing with a situation that's been created by a mix of incompetency and thoughtlessness. But, since you're an enlightened Piscean, you're able to rise gracefully above that today, aren't you?
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March 01, 2021
Sometimes, it doesn't take much more than a wag of a finger for people to feel reproached. And, if you give someone the thumbs up, or beckon them towards you, they might (in an appropriately socially-distanced manner) feel a shiver of excitement at the possibility that someone as great as you is offering a subtle invitation to take a metaphorical step closer. There are times when the cosmos demands that you keep your confidence in check. With Venus in your sign, this is not such a time.
February 28, 2021
Your Weekly Love Focus Horoscope: Okay! Enough excuses. We're two months into the year and you haven't managed to get around to dealing with some of the big items at the top of your emotional 'to do' list. This week, take your lead from Mark Twain. He believed that 'the secret to getting ahead is getting started'. And the secret to getting started is to break overwhelming tasks into smaller manageable tasks, and then tackle the first one. Now that the Full Moon has passed, there's no better time to get going.
February 27, 2021
Your March Monthly Horoscope: Since it's impossible to turn back the clock, there's no point regretfully looking back at past decisions. So, does that mean we have to live with the consequences of our actions? Well, yes... but in March, you'll realise that a historical 'mistake' is nowhere near as regrettable as you fear. Your imagination has overinflated the repercussions of a recent choice. Prepare to discover that things have already started to work out well. You might yet have reason to see a 'mistake' as a 'good move'.
Celebrity PiscesDaniel Craig 2 March 1968
February 26, 2021
Some people enjoy taking offence. They seem to like feeling affronted and outraged. Even when the proverbial olive branch has been extended, they prefer to grouch and grumble. 'Thank you for your apology,' they might manage, 'but it should never have happened in the first place'. You have to wonder whether holding a grudge actually lightens their heart and brightens their spirits? The Full Moon promises that, if you can courageously let go of a regret, a more optimistic future awaits.
February 25, 2021
Just suppose this forecast's written for somebody else? What if I were to tell you that you were due to have a stressful day and, having read this, you adopted a suitably defensive attitude, only to realise that you've been given the wrong advice? And what if the news was good and it got you excited, until you began to doubt that it was actually meant for you? Success, today, depends on your ability to recognise where a lucky break has your name on it and where a problem does not.
February 24, 2021
The greatest teacher of all is experience. When it's teaching us a valuable lesson, it doesn't even matter whether we're enjoying the process. In fact, when we look back on life's happiest events, we have to wonder whether they really helped us grow wiser, or whether they conditioned us to stay on a path that's so straight and narrow that it offers no scope for self-discovery. If you take a look at what went 'wrong' in the past, you have the best chance of making things right in the future.
February 23, 2021
Laurel and Hardy. Two famously funny men who wore bowler hats. They were like chalk and cheese; very differently shaped, and their relationship was tricky. Laurel, though, rarely needed to get his own back on overbearing Hardy. He knew that if he waited long enough, Hardy would come a cropper (even though he would, of course, always blame Laurel). The indication today, is that if you stop blaming anyone (including you) about how a situation's turning out, it will turn out differently.