Taurus MONTHLY Horoscope

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Taurus monthly: Your horoscope for March 2020

Taurus Horoscope March
Your Taurus Horoscope for March | Magic Horoscope

Love: Pay no mind to toxic opinions

The first trimester of 2020 will end big style, with turmoil in your heart. For calm to reign, you need to make people keep their opinions to themselves, as much as possible. Don’t let anyone comment on your relationship, even if their intentions are good.

Especially, because they're judgements which leave room for multiple interpretations and which can really hurt your partner. You know well how you understand each other, what you love and what you hate.

We don't foresee major trouble for your heart, aside from the normal and expected stuff. Look after your relationship as if it were a delicate flower, which can easily wither away.

If you're a single Taurus, you’ll have to doubt appearances, because you might be betrayed by someone who, in theory, had come into your life to stay.

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Work: Demand the money you're owed

This March, Taurus might experience small changes at work. Some who struggle to make ends meet will find some extra income, though a second or temporary job, which will allow you to sort out your finances.

You are a patient sign, but don’t let the company you work for (or your clients) owe you anything, by claiming they’ll pay you as soon as possible. Insist on having them settle their debt until they do it.

At home, there might be financial matters which don’t add up, so you’ll have to double your efforts to achieve transparency.

Health: Use green means of transportation

Like every month, you set the goal of looking after yourself, especially, to be more physically active. You know that walking or cycling is better for your health, it boosts your circulation and it doesn’t pollute while you're commuting! What more could you want?

You’ll be aware of your limitations, but also your strengths and how you can keep boosting them.

At times your defences will be on the brink of abyss; you’ll be better off staying home rather than being with friends or colleagues who are recovering from a virus or illness.