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ARIES (March 21-April 19): Look over your books and personal paperwork, and you will find something interesting that you overlooked. You may have to argue your concern with an institution or government agency, but it will be worth it.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Don’t get railroaded into doing things for free when you need the cash. It’s important not to underestimate yourself. A bad job will result in a poor review and possible job demotion or loss. Call in favors.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Someone is watching your every move, and with the slightest error, you will be penalized for your shortsightedness. Emotions will play a factor in the way you react personally and professionally. Be sure you have the facts to back you up.

CANCER (June 21-July 22): You don’t have to impress anyone if you put every effort into doing your best. Presenting and promoting what you have to offer will lead to an opportunity. Don’t exaggerate about what you have to offer.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): You’ll be eager to spend, travel, and do whatever you can to find a little adventure and excitement. Don’t let your desires turn into a costly venture that will leave you strapped financially. Emotional deception is apparent.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Don’t be afraid to make a move or to put pressure on someone from whom you need an answer. Love is in the stars and, if you are upfront and honest, you stand a better chance of receiving what you ask for. Personal changes will boost your confidence.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Limit your spending, and don’t fall for a fast-talking salesperson offering a product that claims unrealistic results. Focus on damage control at home where someone is likely to be overindulgent or to overreact.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Put more time into your personal and home life and interact with the people you love. The things you do to smooth over any personal problems will bring about stellar results, enabling you to follow a sought-after creative path.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Be honest with yourself about what you want and what you don’t want. Personal changes are necessary. Create the opportunity you need to move forward by eliminating what isn’t working in your life right now.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): You have to offer what you can to the groups you feel deserve help. Once you get involved in something you believe in, you will begin to meet people who can offer you something in return. It’s time to mix the past and present to find your future.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Stability, hard work, and self-improvement are all in the stars. Learning something new about your past will help you understand where you’ve been making a mistake. It’s time to look honestly at your personal situation.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Your aggressive, productive, and self-starting approach to both your personal and professional life will send a signal to friends and enemies. Don’t stop until you reach your goals. Now is not the time to rest nor to let someone get away with something.





E-mail Thoughts:

• Never start your e-mail in the subject line … then continue it in the body. You wouldn’t begin writing a physical letter on the envelope, would you?

• Setting an e-mail as “high priority” doesn’t mean I will get it any sooner, nor does it necessarily I will respond to it sooner. It’s still just an e-mail. Chill.

• There is no inflection in e-mail, and you can’t expect emoticons to carry that burden for you. I mean, you’ve just got to use your head, y’know? ;)

• Juhl’s Law of Disproportional Response: When you ask numerous questions in a single e-mail, the response you receive will contain the answer to only the least important question you asked.

• The “Reply-All” button can be your friend. Except when it’s not.


• Punctuation and grammar is generally ok not to be correct as long as it kind of makes sense when your done reading it U don’t have 2 go full txt speak in e-mails, imho lol!

• I will not forward your chain e-mail crap. No bad things will happen to me. Humans managed just fine before e-mail, and I’m pretty sure they’ll stay that way now.

• Tanner’s Rule: Speak to text will find the most embarrassing way to type what you didn’t say. It is programmed to do so.

• You can only blame so much on “speak to text” translation errors. It’s hard to persuade someone that “I hate your guts; I hope you choke on razor blades” was supposed to be, “Hey, want to catch that new movie?”

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