Aries Horoscope - Friday, April 3, 2020: Information will make you powerful
There is a motto in astrology that says, "Universal judgement overrides individual judgement". In these agitated days when the world is uniting to fight the pandemic, read our prediction carefully but always be aware of the indications of the authorities.
You're willing to explore uncharted routes in love and to see how far they can bring interesting stories into your life. But keep something in mind very clearly: behind external beauty, the path could hide more than one lurking danger.
If you let yourself go too much, Aries, you could experience an awkward situation which might be too hard to justify later on. Don't lose your perspective on reality. Just say the truth, don't play around with double meanings and keep yourself complete and dignified.
As far as long-term couples are concerned there'll be some disadvantages when trying to respect the other person's character. Your personal interests will prevail and your efforts will aim at reasonable ambition.
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The stars regard you as a highly informed and trend-seeking person who will see a piece of news that affects your job directly on the press. Your field of expertise might have experienced an improvement in its legal situation, or you could find something's going wrong in your company.
As far as home finances go, be careful; keep a close eye on how much you're spending, make your budget and be versatile. There could be changes coming for the way you manage money.
Trust your survival instinct, and none of your basic needs will be compromised.
The weekend's coming for you and you already know you won't take care of your wellness. You'll just join in the fun of any party or dinner, and you'll be eating and drinking more than healthy standards say you should.
While those pompous events loom closer, keep your habits moderate, watch your food intake and don't run useless risks.
If you're medicating through prescription, read instructions properly. Some medications can't be mixed with alcohol, or they don't recommend their users to drive after having them.