HOROSCOPE OCT 2017-NOV 2018
Leo ( 23 July - 22 Aug )
The 13 months ahead (to early November 2018) will be one of the best years of your life in which to purchase real estate, whether it’s a home, a vacation lot, an investment, or premises for a business. Even if you’re only leasing or renting, you can find a much better place for the same rent. You feel so lucky, however, that you might overspend or buy 100 acres when you were just looking for 1. May starts seven years of unpredictable career events, which can indirectly cause your income to go up and down — this advises against shouldering a huge mortgage. Look and look again — you could find your Shangri-La on earth.
This period is superb for healing family wounds, showing parents and kids your love, even undertaking individual or family therapy and counselling. Old ghosts will float away. It’s a great 13 months to enhance your security, install CCTV, garden, revise your and your family’s lifestyle and nutrition, landscape, renovate and decorate — you get the picture. Anything you do to improve your home and/or family will pay splendid dividends for at least a decade to come.
This is a better than usual time to plan/ensure your children’s future, by buying educational plans, etc. (But watch out, most of those “scholarship plans” — at least in Canada — are government-approved scams designed to make the administrators rich.)
In business, seek ways to expand your sales territory, and/or negotiate a better lease, seek a better location, renovate the premises, etc. (Adding a library, map room or media centre in your house would be “perfect.”)
This is a splendid year to begin any food or shelter business, including agriculture, food stores, food packaging, restaurants, lumber, forestry, mining, construction and demolition, furniture factory or showplace, diaper manufacturing, maternity clothes, children’s toys, cutlery… the list is almost endless.
Although you are much more likely to add than reduce, these 13 months are a good time to prune your relations and projects. Contemplate well, then cut out projects or people that have outlived their usefulness, and have become “dead weights” and nurture those which have potential to grow.
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