Today marks the beginning of a very independent period for you -- you can expect to start feeling a lot more interested in doing what you want to do and less interested in joining up with your gang of friends. Dinner alone now suddenly seems like a wonderful idea instead of an exercise in trying not to look lonely. Going to a movie by yourself will enable you to fully engage in the action onscreen instead of hushing your friends. Enjoy your solo time -- without apology.
The week has a fair amount of romantic energy waiting for you, but that's not all. On Monday and Tuesday, you find it easier than ever to attract or keep a mate, so you shouldn't have to worry too much about your love life. Spend some time on your own for balance midweek -- you've got personal projects that shouldn't be put off any further. Your intense energy is perfect for maintaining and nurturing relationships of all kinds this weekend, from your sweetie to your most distant relatives, so open up and let it flow!
If you're feeling a little like you just got off the express train to Dullsville and there's no plane, train or bus heading out of here for days on the 1st or 2nd, take a deep breath. Instead of feeling bored, why not concentrate on the fact that you are lucky enough to be in a calm spot right now. Instead of your usual, super hectic hustle and bustle, you can relax a bit. And there is nothing wrong with relaxation! Nothing at all. By the earthy, grounded, feeling-good 7th and 8th, you've eased into relaxation. Wonderful! Make the most of this lull in the action. By the ever so slightly crazed 13th, 14th and 15th, you need to make a serious effort to slow down. Even if somebody is pushing you to speed up! You're in a pretty great space on the 16th and 17th. You should definitely go on a date! You really, really should tell them how you feel, without leaving anything out, on the 21st and 22nd. Romance finds you waiting with open arms on the 25th, 26th and 27th. Yay! Share that box of chocolates with your coworkers on the 28th.
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