Horoscope Junkies

Do you read your horoscope? (And do you remember it, if you do?) Millions of people in the United States don't leave home without it—without reading it, that is. Are they "horoscope junkies"?

A daily horoscope for a Sun sign may read: "A good day for fishing. And we don't just mean for fish! Pay attention to possible catches, but throw back the little stuff." A horoscope junkie who pays attention to this forecast will pay attention to anything that they "catch" that day, from fish to advice—and probably for good reason.

What about the rest of us, who read our horoscopes sometimes or never? Are we heading for possible ruination, or worse? Of course not. But it might not hurt us to check our horoscopes a little more often. After all, you listen to the weather report before you go outside, don't you? C'mon, we know you do.

A sample daily horoscope.

Aries Pace yourself at work today. An issue between home and work life may arise. Consider your future with your mate or partner. Try to balance personal relationships with career.

Taurus Today is great for learning, to get a new insight on life, your situation, or to study a new subject. Read, surf the Internet, encourage meetings with people who have different interests from yours.

Gemini Think about money, resources, material possessions, and values today. But don't get too lost in thought; please remember to come up for air! Have a meeting of the minds on joint resources.


Who writes horoscopes, anyway? The answer is, usually, astrologers do. Astrologers are people who have spent many years studying what the planets in the signs and houses reveal about daily life. When they write daily Sun sign forecasts, they look at aspects for that day for each sign. Between research and writing, creating daily horoscopes for each sign can be a full-time job.

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