Horoscopes, June 20-26
Mar 21/Apr 20
You may find yourself easily annoyed this week, Aries. Surround yourself with positive people so you're not pulled into the doldrums. You will snap out of this funk.
Apr 21/May 21
Taurus, when others call on you to police a situation, you might be stuck between doing the right thing and taking the side of a friend. Do your best to remain impartial.
May 22/Jun 21
The last few weeks have been good for you, Gemini. Others have had the chance to see what you are capable of accomplishing, and your confidence and ego are soaring as a result.
Jun 22/Jul 22
Cancer, you may be called on to host family or friends and will have to arrange all of those details. Recognize your strengths and delegate what you can't handle.
Jul 23/Aug 23
Leo, if you have been hesitant about being in the spotlight, times are about to change. There are no more excuses this week. Dive head first into everything.
Aug 24/Sept 22
It's time to pull your head out of the clouds and get back to business, Virgo. The real world is beckoning, so get your mind straight and return to form.
Sept 23/Oct 23
Libra, when speaking with others, take a more serious tone than you are used to. You don't want to come off as if this is just a big joke. Something important is happening.
Oct 24/Nov 22
Consider listening rather than gossiping about others, Scorpio. Sit back and enjoy the conversation as it unfolds around you. You might be surprised by what you hear.
Nov 23/Dec 21
People around you may seem extra passionate about their beliefs this week, Sagittarius. But you can still take things lightly if those same fires are not stoked in you.
Dec 22/Jan 20
This week you may pick up some skills you never thought possible, Capricorn. It may be computer-related, or you may even begin to learn a foreign language.
Jan 21/Feb 18
Aquarius, you may finally arrive at a destination only to discover you really didn't want to go to this place after all. Sometimes, you learn through discovery.
Feb 19/Mar 20
Pisces, get outside and enjoy the fresh air as much as possible. The great outdoors can provide a welcome respite from the daily grind.