Your Daily Horoscope, from Jonathan Cainer with Oscar Cainer
Your Daily Horoscope, from Jonathan Cainer with Oscar Cainer

Libra, Saturday, 9 November 2019

Your Week Ahead: We employ different tactics when we don't feel able to make decisions. We prevaricate; 'I was going to do this, but then that happened'. Or procrastinate 'I absolutely had to reorganise the cupboards'. This week, as Mercury moves across the face of the Sun, this kind of 'opting out' is not available. To achieve the outcome you want, you're going to have to find the courage to be assertive. Luckily, that's the gift being offered by the cosmos. Accept it, and you'll be surprised by all you can achieve.

Your Week Ahead - Love Focus: We've all heard of the dangers of the high seas - but what about the dangers of the high teas? The people of Devon and Cornwall set great store on serving scones with afternoon tea. But one county insists on putting the jam on first, with the cream on top - and the other demands the opposite (I forget which is which). Get it wrong and you're in trouble! Tradition is a wonderful thing. But sometimes it's good to turn things on their head. A contrary approach brings its own tasty treats this week.

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