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October 3, 2013 12:00:00 AM


The exciting plans you have coming up are luring your focus away from the task at hand, and you've got to be careful that you keep your head in the game, today. You can't rush ahead, right now -- there are details that need to be covered, and they need to be covered completely. This is not the time for taking shortcuts or leaving loose ends for someone else to tie up later. You need to follow through on the commitments you made to get the responsibilities you have worked so hard to earn.


It's okay to be moody on Monday and Tuesday. Try not to be moody around other people, if you can help it, but don't beat yourself up for your feelings. And besides, by Wednesday, everything will go on the upswing and stay that way. Thursday will be a jovial day, too. Bringing your lunch to work on Friday is a smart idea -- as the week winds to a close, strategies for financial shrewdness figure into your thoughts -- and Saturday, even though you want to go shopping, not doing so is a much better plan. Communication and creativity define Sunday.


As your month gets going, you will probably notice a lot of smiles directed your way. On the 1st, the skies are smiling, the cute barista is smiling, heck, even fortune is smiling on you. Well, what could be better? Smile back! And be glad for all these good vibes. A little moodiness can be turned into some very interesting dream time, if you listen to your body (which is saying, 'I'm cranky because I'm tired!') and take a couple of naps on the 6th, 7th and 8th. You're in super good shape on the extremely excellent 9th and 10th. The world's your oyster! So slurp! By the slow-to-start 15th and 16th, you might need an extra shot of espresso (or, better yet, an extra hour in bed). Take good care of yourself! You and they are communicating like a super awesome communicative team on the 19th, 20th and 21st. Wow! Stay busy on the 25th. By the somewhat challenging 29th, 30th and 31st, it's important that you give yourself plenty of time to do what you need to do. Don't worry: In the end, you'll get it all done, and well done, at that.
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