Georgia Nicols horoscopes for May 29

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Moon Alert

Only until 3:15 we have the all clear to shop or do business. The Moon is in Libra.

If Your Birthday IsMay 29

Actress Riley Keough (1989) shares your birthday. You are clever, versatile and entertaining. You are also protective to loved ones and committed to your ideals. You never shrink from a challenge; furthermore, you know how to get the best out of others. Settle your debts this year to prepare for financial accumulation in the next three years. To clear away debt is the thrust of this year. Consolidate your affairs for future growth.

Aries (March 21-April 19)

Life has been frustrating because ifmissed buses, trains, and transportation delays like flat tires and car breakdowns. Silly, goofy mistakes leave you with egg on your face. (Ketchup helps.) If you’re looking for a good time, and who isn’t? —tomorrow is a better party night.

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

Just coast on the surface of things at work because this is a tough day for important decisions. People are indecisive and not really super friendly. Interruptions are likely. If you want to make plans, you feel paralyzed. Oh dear.

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

This is a loosey-goosey day with interruptions to social events, children’s activities and sports. Just cope as best you can. If you want to make social plans, tomorrow night is the better night to have fun this weekend. Physical activity will help you focus.

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

Your home routine might be interrupted. Discussions with a female family member will be testy. Just play things low key and lurk behind the scenes. Don’t be aggressive. Don’t lead the parade. Just be charming and life will be easier. Easy is a good.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)

Communications with others are not ideal. Either they will be interrupted or they’ll be vague. Like duh? Knowing this, tread carefully before you make bold suggestions to others. Don’t worry if you feel a bit antisocial. You are allowed.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

This is a poor day for important financial decisions, especially later in the day. Check the Moon Alert. Even early in the day, things are unsettled. Just go with the flow and remember that you are high viz. right now. People notice you. (At least, look good at a distance.)

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

You have the edge because the Moon is in your sign. However, it’s at odds with Uranus and Venus, which might cramp your style dealing with others. Things will not flow as smoothly as they usually do. Fret not. Tomorrow is a better day —definitely.

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

Travel plans might not unfold as you had hoped. Keep trying because if you look like your passport photo, you need a vacation. Someone at work is a bit disgruntled, plus your work routine is fuzzy. Don’t worry about these things. Saturday is a better day.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

Don’t expect too much when dealing with others, especially in groups. A female companion might be cooler than you had anticipated. Well, these things happen. Go with the flow and don’t push things. It’s hard to accomplish a lot. No biggie.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

People will notice you, so be aware of this because you like to make a good impression on others. However, don’t expect too much from yourself or others. Focus on finishing old business at work, because this will be the easiest things to do.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

Travel plans will be delayed or interrupted. Likewise, relations with co-workers are a bit standoffish. Nevertheless, there’s a lot happening in your chart to promote fun, flirtations and playful times. Just do things on a smaller scale. Forget about, “To infinity and beyond!”

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)

Financial matters might disappoint you. Join the club. We numbermillions, but we can’t afford T-shirts. Focus on home and family matters, especially home repairs and renovations. Tomorrow is a good day to look forward to. Make plans for a fun weekend.

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