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July 3, 2013 12:00:00 AM


Help yourself today by helping others! Not only will the gratitude you receive from the people you aid lift your spirits, but it will inspire you to do bigger and even better things for the world at large! Now is the right time to move forward with big plans. People who have power will be receptive to your ideas, and they will be willing to give you the resources and encouragement you need. Consider a long-term volunteer opportunity: It might finally be time to take that step.


Your memory plays a key role at the beginning of the week. Understanding what's gone before and making the connections to what's happening now gives you a much clearer vision for your life's path. From around Wednesday afternoon through the end of the workweek, you can charm anyone and everyone; it's an ideal time to present your latest, greatest ideas. Projects this weekend demand a patient, step-by-step approach, while when it comes to your social life, doing something entirely different feels fantastic. Break the tension and kick up your heels!


Hm, are you spending the 1st in a state of constant hurry? Are you hurrying, hurrying, hurrying? Why are you in such a rush? Why don't you just slow down, breathe deeply, step outside, turn your face to the sun? Seriously! All these unstructured, unhurried moments in life -- they will teach you something, if only you let them. Try something new on the 4th, 5th or 6th. Experimentation will help you pave the way for lots and lots of wonderful new experiences, which are coming your way on the 7th, 8th and 9th. Yay! Be thrifty on the 12th and 13th, even if it goes against your nature. By the somewhat more demanding than usual 19th and 20th, conflicting demands on your time are a challenge. Meet that challenge! Your intuition will not lead you astray on the 25th and 26th. So pay attention to what it is saying to you! By the 29th, 30th and 31st, you want to be at home. So head home. Kick off your shoes. Put on your barbeque apron. Make lemonade. Enjoy it!
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