It seems like people around you are as stubborn as you are, and you might need to compromise if you want the energy to remain sweet.
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Time to learn some flexibility—should you show good efforts, things will smooth out for you. This week is preparing you for a brand new way of relating, Libra.
Whether a new relationship enters your life or not, now is a time to break free of previous relationship patterns. This week is offering you the possibility of redefining yourself and rebuilding relationships, at work and otherwise.
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Your creativity is great, but do you have a plan to achieve your goals, with steps, commitments, and a routine? Now is the time to focus on setting this up. This week is a rather introverted time for you.
Work could feel draining this week, so give yourself a break and show compassion for yourself. You could receive unexpected sums of money or streams of income this week. Your creativity is off the charts this week, so follow your intuition and pursue ideas that are close to your heart.ramilsasolla.tk
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