(March 21-April 19):
The adventurer in you wants out! Now is a good time to book your Spring break travel plans. The Tropics are beautiful, and Europe is never too far…
(April 20-May 20):
For the good of us all, please take it easy on those energy drinks. Try tea instead. If you continue to indulge in toxic habits, your body will respond unfavorably.
(May 21-June 21):
Your energy levels are lower than normal, maybe because you haven’t been sleeping as much as you need to. Never underestimate the power of a nap or a good night’s sleep.
(June 22-July 22):
Your fixation with order will fuel your need to plan and organize. Invest in a planner of sorts and your workload will balance nicely.
(July 23-Aug. 22):
Aggressive outbursts are usually not in your nature, but something this week may set you off. Prepare for this by researching ways to relax, and don’t forget to take some deep breaths if you’re starting to feel like the Hulk.
(Aug. 23-Sept. 22):
If your friends seem to be a little brittle lately, soothe them with a relaxing dinner at home. Make a day of plucking the freshest ingredients and leisurely prepare for a recuperative meal. Take your time, you need the relaxation time too.
(Sept. 23-Oct. 23):
Irritability and frustration may plague you. Find methods to excrete built-up tension and eliminate things that may be upsetting you. Cooking may be therapeutic this week; reading non-school books and doing yoga are excellent too.
(Oct. 24-Nov. 21):
Rid yourself of unwanted baggage. Try taking your clothes to a local thrift store to lighten your load and thicken your wallet.
(Nov. 22-Dec. 21):
Your optimistic nature will ease you through what may seem to be an excruciating semester. Keep your head up, and that positive attitude will make the semester feel like a breeze.
(Dec. 22-Jan. 19):
Money is in the stars for you. Try to contain this new stream of money by saving a small portion. With a surplus of wealth there is always the risk of overspending—be careful.
(Jan. 20-Feb. 18):
Be more creative with your study habits. Find a secluded nook in the park and work there rather than people watch in the Atrium. A new change of scenery will be a pleasant revival to your passion for studying, and you’ll notice this more focused study space will help in your quest for better grades.
(Feb. 19-March 20):
Facets of your pipe dreams are slowly trickling into your reality… have you noticed? Be aware of this convergence and respond accordingly.
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