Your horoscope for Sep 17-23

Your horoscope for Sep 17-23

Your spot-on horoscope for work, money, couples & singles from the Bangkok Post's famously accurate fortune teller. Let's see how will you fare this week & beyond!

Note:
– (⛹) is for work, (฿) is for money, (♥) is for coupled life and (⚤) is for single life
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♈ Aries

Mar 21 – Apr 19

(⛹) Petty stuff at the office such as gossiping, cliques and other distractions don’t distract you from your tasks. You produce a lot of work, impressing your colleagues and boss. The next time a promotion comes up, you’re likely to be the first to be considered.

(฿) Someone who has been a mentor to you tells you about a job opening that sounds perfect for you. You manage to stay financially disciplined throughout next week.

(♥) You’re so busy with work and self-improvement but still find time to be romantic with your partner. If you run a business together, you two will overcome a big obstacle.

(⚤) If you’ve been trying to win someone’s heart, they will finally make it clear that you can only be their friend.

♉ Taurus

Apr 20 – May 20

(⛹) A small but urgent task needs your attention and interrupts your weekend for a few hours. You’re known at the office as someone who radiates positive energy. You enjoy making people smile and lifting their morale.

(฿) A financial negotiation is likely to end in a win-win situation. Freelancers and entrepreneurs make more money as more opportunities come their way.

(♥) Couples are each other’s source of inspiration and positive energy. They may discover a new hobby that they both enjoy. Those in LDR may get to reunite sooner than expected.

(⚤) A stranger slides into your DMs but you’re not interested. If you recently dumped someone, they may try hard to win you back.

♉ Gemini

May 21 – Jun 20

(⛹) You communicate with colleagues effectively and impactfully especially during meetings. You become more careful with work and your supervisor takes notice of that and compliments you.

(฿) You’re a promotion pundit and know how to buy things on good deals. You may find a way to reduce household expenses or pay off a debt.

(♥) Bickering and bantering may turn into a prelude for your sexy time. If you’re a home cook, your spouse and kid may praise your food and you take great joy in making them happy.

(⚤) Someone slowly warms up to you and your conversation with them may turn flirtatious. If you’re not seeing anyone, a friend may play Cupid with you and their friend.

♋ Cancer

Jun 21 – Jul 22

(⛹) A new member may be unexpectedly added to your team. S/he proves to be very capable and the collective productivity noticeably increases. First-jobbers, you finally feel like you fit in at work.

(฿) Word of mouth is very important to freelancers. Make your old customers happy and they will pass on your contact to their friends. You may buy a collectible to lift up your spirit.

(♥) If you’re AC/DC but married, you may get caught having an affair with someone of the same sex. However, your spouse agrees to not expose your orientation.

(⚤) If you’re trying to win someone’s heart and recruit their friend for help, they may end up falling for you instead. It’s gonna be awkward lah.

♌ Leo

Jul 23 – Aug 22

(⛹) You may have to spend your Saturday or Sunday attending to your side hustle. The rest of the weekend will be spent on re-energising yourself. You’ll go back to work feeling eager to tackle everything.

(฿) A well-paid freelance gig is on the cards. Entrepreneurs, a big money-making opportunity can be yours. Challenges come with a chance to learn new things.

(♥) Quirks of your partner that you usually tolerate may become unbearable and vice versa. You two may argue and fight more. Those in LDR may have to postpone their reunion indefinitely.

(⚤) You shift your focus onto study and/or work. You may discover a new skill that can be turned into a supplementary income in near future.

♍ Virgo

Aug 23 – Sept 22

(⛹) Brace yourself for unexpected challenges. You can overcome them on your own but with a lot of effort. When someone lends you help, don’t forget to show them your gratitude. If you’re a business owner, you may sign a lucrative deal.

(฿) A financial negotiation is likely to be concluded in the way that you want. Debtors may succeed in negotiating for better repayment terms and conditions.

(♥) Couples know when to give each other alone time and space. They put more effort into their sexy time, trying to fulfil each other sexually. We’re all adults here.

(⚤) If you’ve been an FWB with someone, you two may catch feelings and start seeing each other officially instead. Getting to know each other feels new again.

♎ Libra

Sept 23 – Oct 22

(⛹) Meetings become tedious and less productive. Your supervisor doesn’t seem to know the difference between micromanagement and delegation. Your office protégé may abruptly quit their job.

(฿) If you’re a collector, be careful not to buy two copies of the same item. You may fall behind with your saving goals because someone who relies on you may need more money than usual.

(♥) Don’t make everything about yourself when you spend QT with your partner. Don’t compare your partner to that of your friend. Nobody wants to be made to feel less than.

(⚤) Someone falls for the same person as you do. S/he makes it known that s/he is your competition. However, you’re a fighter and a lover.

♏ Scorpio

Oct 23 – Nov 21

(⛹) You derive a lot of joy from tidying up your home or creating a vibe that’s conducive to productive WFH. A project that you’ve worked hard on will become a success. A higher-up may reward you for a job really well done.

(฿) Someone who recently passed away may leave you with something precious or sentimental. Investors, your portfolio generates more profits than expected.

(♥) You two become more tactile with one another. Trying couples become expecting couples. If your partner is a foreigner, you may start the process of relocating to their country.

(⚤) Several people want to get to know you regardless of how introverted of a person you think you are. People who don’t consider themselves part of the gender binary will meet someone who likes them for them.

♐ Sagittarius

Nov 22 – Dec 21

(⛹) You may have to take on more responsibilities after a colleague was hospitalised but, fortunately, it would be only for a few days. A misunderstanding may cause you unnecessary stress. Take it up with a supervisor you trust who can offer you peace of mind.

(฿) You may buy an online tool or subscribe to a service that’s beneficial to working remotely. Although your expense may unexpectedly increase, you make a lot more money.

(♥) If you’re stuck on a problem, discuss it with your partner. A problem shared is a problem halved. You may not have the solution to it right away, but at least you will feel much better.

(⚤) Someone plays hard to get too hard that you lose interest in them. They may try to reconnect with you but their effort is too little, too late.

♑ Capricorn

Dec 22 – Jan 19

(⛹) You may have to get more things done within the same time frame. A member of your team may be reassigned to another team or get sacked. You know not to waste time panicking and instead focus on what needs to get done first.

(฿) A well-paid freelance gig can be yours but you have to say yes quickly. Set aside money for home maintenance because you may need it given all the rains lately.

(♥) If you live in the same house with your partner’s parents, someone speaks out of turn about you. However, out of respect for your partner, you keep quiet and s/he really appreciates that.

(⚤) Someone you matched with online is eager to meet you IRL but you’re not in a hurry to be in a relationship. Finding love isn’t your top priority. Staying sane and surviving 2021 are.

♒ Aquarius

Jan 20 – Feb 18

(⛹) A secret someone tries to hide will come to light. A travel plan or an appointment may get cancelled or postponed indefinitely. Safeguard the personal info of your customer base or risk losing credibility big time.

(฿) A longtime friend may hook you up with a possible side hustle or short-term freelance job. A payment in the form of insurance coverage or compensation will arrive as expected.

(♥) Couples get along and communicate with each other well. If you’re in LDR, someone new that you met may cause you to rethink your relationship.

(⚤) If you’ve been trying to win someone’s heart for weeks, your effort finally pays off. The feeling may be mutual from the beginning but s/he acted aloof to make sure that you’re serious.

♓ Pisces

Feb 19 – Mar 20

(⛹) Your workload may be heavier than expected after a colleague resigns. However, you manage your time and priorities better and communicate with your colleagues well.

(฿) Your debtor may ask if they can repay you at a later day. Someone may back out of a deal at the last minute. Business owners should look into real-time marketing as a way to promote their brands creatively.

(♥) Something you said to a friend may cause them to fall for you. They like everything you post on your social media and your partner isn’t happy about this.

(⚤) An opportunity to be close and spend time with your crush is on the cards. Don’t be too eager or over-friendly or else they may be put off by you.

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