WeeklyHoroscope | Magic Horoscope


This week, except for some meaningless arguments, your partner and you will be deeply bonded. Do everything you can to kill the routine and revive your romance. Be more attentive and surprise your significant other with a romantic gesture. It’s the little things that make a big difference.

If you’re single, try to be as objective as possible and value all the possibilities before you start a relationship. You’ll have to decide for the right suitor, but first make sure they are really into you.   

In the middle of the week, you'll have an emotional crisis. Despite seeking the support of your loved ones, you’ll have to solve it yourself. It's true that the people who love you will always be there for you, but it's okay to learn how to deal with your personal conflicts on your own. You’ll overcome it and discover all the strength within you, Libra.

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Your profession will help you feel fulfilled. If you’re leading a team, you’ll have to watch over their motivation and contribute to their development in the workplace. Take advantage of these days to do the tasks you’ve been putting off, don’t let them accumulate.

Take care of your belongings. Having so much responsibility may distract you and lead to losing valuable objects.

Towards the end of the week, you’ll find a job. If you already have one, you’ll be assigned new responsibilities. Don’t doubt your capacity, you’ll do it the best way you can.


This week you are likely to have an outbreak of psoriasis. If it’s the case, add foods rich in omega-3, vitamin D and antioxidants to your diet. Topical creams and lotions for psoriasis will help get rid of it faster.  

Stress is a common trigger of tension-type headaches and migraine. Avoid taking work stress home with you. Create a ritual that marks the transition between work and personal life. This is the only way to reduce tension and the headaches it causes.

These days avoid painful memories. Sometimes forgetting is the best medicine.