Saturday, October 1, 2022

Issue 7 Horoscopes

By Sydney Hakes

Libra: Think about changing around your wardrobe. Bring out the summer clothes, I think it may be getting hot.

 

Taurus: There may be new love around the corner. Keep your heart open to air signs, the right one might be right in front of you.

 

Aries: A financial gain may be on its way to you. Keep working hard while allowing your mind to be open to new opportunities. Don’t be afraid to take a risk.

 

Gemini: A recent disappointment is clouding your mind. New opportunities will come, be patient. The path is laid out for you.

 

Cancer: It’s time to move on. Don’t wait for a new door to open, open it yourself. Walk though it and don’t look back.

 

Scorpio: Support those around you. Try to remain level headed and not let financial struggles overtake your mind. It will all be for the best in the long run.

 

Aquarius: All of your manifestations and hopes will come to fruition this weekend. While stressful, it will be good news. Make sure to invest in yourself.

 

Sagittarius: It’s time for a break. Go see someone you haven’t in a while. Maybe take a road trip. Think more in the moment, not in terms of work, but in terms of fun.

 

Leo: Keep doing what you’re doing. Ride the wave of life right now. You’ll miss it when things pick up in the future.

 

Capricorn: Everything’s coming together. This is a confirmation that what you thought wouldn’t come, is on its way. It’s just unfolding behind the scenes. What you put in is coming back out doubled.

 

Virgo: You’re feeling uneasy in contentment. Things are going better than they have in a long time and you’re nervous it could all change. Learn to live in this reality and embrace what you have.

 

Pisces: You may start learning new things in the coming weeks that will bring you a sense of purpose. Follow your intuition with what to do with this information. Your instincts are on the correct path.

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