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LIBRA: Sept. 21 – Oct. 20
Halfway between one thing and another, try taking a deep breath before you carry on. As much as you like to keep the wheels greased and the train running, you are not a machine. Plans that have been on hold since the summer are ready to fire up, but only if it's absolutely necessary, and depending on whether or not they are still relevant. Experience and time change things. The events of the last few months could easily have shifted your priorities or your point of view. If it makes more sense to postpone things, or drop the ball completely, give yourself permission to do so.
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