Toronto star january 18 2020 horoscope

A partner supports you in a key change with an older friend. Tonight: Have a good time with loved ones. Keep moving toward fulfilling a goal. Look past the obvious, and understand where someone else is coming from.


Be more direct in how you pursue a project. You will make the correct decisions along the way, as long as you remain open. Tonight: Break past barriers.


You could be too tired or withdrawn to change direction right now. One-on-one relating proves to be very satisfactory and informative. However, you might learn too much about someone else in the process.

Keep the information you hear hush-hush. Tonight: Play it relaxed. You will see a personal matter in a different light once you get more information. You might not want the party involved to know that you are aware of everything that is happening. Keep your mouth zipped, and let someone else spill the beans. Tonight: Defer to a loved one.

Pace yourself, and know that you have a lot of ground to cover. Tonight: Choose a favourite stressbuster. You seem invigorated by recent events.

You will want to take charge and complete as much as you can. Your sense of humour comes through when having a discussion with others about finances. You feel free to enjoy your life more. Tonight: Be a little naughty and nice. Your optimism helps someone in your family who does not do enough for him- or herself.

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However, do make time for some fun at the end of a discussion. Share some exciting news. Tonight: Head home early. You tend to say what is on your mind, and you express your feelings in a meaningful way. If someone is cold or distant, he or she might not know what to do with what he or she is hearing.

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Give this person some space to think things over. Tonight: Meet up with several friends. Be aware of the cost of a plan that you are considering pursuing.

Stay centred when dealing with a personal situation. You can be sure that more changes are coming your way. Tonight: Happy at home. You could be having a lot of fun clearing out different errands. Around 68, defeated fighters of Islamic State and their families are being held in the camp, according to the Red Cross, under the custody of the Syrian Democratic Forces.

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