Daily horoscope for Sept. 29, 2022

Moon Alert: Avoid shopping or important decisions after 5 p.m. EDT today (2 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. PDT). The Moon is in Scorpio.

Happy Birthday for Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022:

You are talented, intelligent and a bit of a maverick because you call your own shots and do your own thing. You are caring, compassionate and a defender of justice. This year you will receive recognition, awards or perhaps a promotion to acknowledge your work and past efforts. Bravo!


(March 21-April 19)
This is a solid day to review paperwork related to shared property, debt, taxes and all that stuff we like to avoid. Roll up your sleeves and take a look at it, because you’ll be surprised at how much you get done. Stay realistic. No pie-in-the-sky stuff. Tonight: Explore!


(April 20-May 20)
Choose today for a heart-to-heart discussion with a partner or close friend, possibly about an ongoing situation with your kids or something to do with travel or higher education. You might not solve things, but you can make great headway if you begin. Tonight: Check your finances.


(May 21-June 20)
This is a good day to tackle old business related to your job, especially if it’s connected with your family, your work station or where you work. Resources and help from others might be the assistance that you need. Think positive! Tonight: Listen, cooperate.


(June 21-July 22)
This is a creative day for those who work in the arts or those who are involved in sports or work with kids. In particular, you might want to test old ideas or prior methods that interested you before. A partner or close friend might help you. Tonight: Work. Get organized.


(July 23-Aug. 22)
A discussion with a female family relative (perhaps Mom) might be effective today. This could relate to old money matters or something that you own. You might be able to repair something or find a better way of doing a job. Very likely, you want to help someone. Tonight: Play!


(Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
Communications with others today will be meaningful. You have something to say, and someone wants to hear what you have to offer. Perhaps it relates to an old friend or an ex-partner. It also might relate to a different approach to dealing with kids, sports or social events. Tonight: Cocoon.


(Sept. 23-Oct. 22)
Be open to taking a new approach to financial matters today and perhaps how you earn your money. Or this could be how you deal with something that you already own. Someone might help you repurpose an item that you have. Do some research to expand your options. Tonight: Study.


(Oct. 23-Nov. 21)
Today you might have a conversation with an old friend or a group — someone from your past — and this discussion is quite intense. Someone wants to get to the bottom of something. “What’s really going on here?” You see the subtext of things. Tonight: Focus on your finances.


(Nov. 22-Dec. 21)
This is a popular time for you; nevertheless, today you might want to hide in the wings. Discussions about money, possessions or your dealings with a parent or boss might require some delicacy or privacy. Don’t rush into anything. Tonight: You win!


(Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
People admire you now, especially bosses, parents and people in authority. Obviously, you can make this work for you. Meanwhile, a friend might bring up old issues, possibly related to travel, foreign countries or a makeover project that you might have been interested in. Tonight: Solitude.


(Jan. 20-Feb. 18)
Be aware of the fact that you are high-viz today. People notice you more than usual. Possibly, someone will help you wrap up old business related to shared finances or shared property. Some research on your part might help you dig up some helpful information. Tonight: Be friendly.


(Feb. 19-March 20)
Because you need a change of scenery and you want some stimulation, you are open to ideas about possible travel plans, especially with an old friend or someone you haven’t seen in a while. Furthermore, someone might give you money or help make this happen. Tonight: You are noticed.


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