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Sign Taurus Week:  May 22 - 28
(If you know your rising sign, read that too for a balanced forecast.)
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Bulls set out engaged in activities behind the scenes and generally keeping out of harm's way. Contemplating personal love matters and the health of a partner are in the frame. Notwithstanding, you will soon pick up and revise your thoughts with the Moon slipping into your sign midweek.

The 25th sees a New Moon in versatile Gemini, your 2nd solar house. You'll be quick off the mark in assessing your finances over the two weeks. A multitude of new ideas is in the wind, but keep it practical and look at ways a new budget could assist you with plans for the coming twelve months. Try new incentives in the way you handle your personal earnings and be sensible with your expenditure and outgoing cash. Does your value system and love of possessions keep you in debt? If so, then it is a good time to make adjustments by setting limitations on purchases, especially if they are not essentials.

From the 25th to the 27th, you may not be in the mood for travel, facing the in-laws, or dealing with litigation. Why not go on a wild adventure with that special someone instead? From the 27th to the 31st, finances are going to present problems. Your energy level is likely to dwindle, making it harder to research those financial conundrums.

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