Taurus Weekly Horoscope for 17 - 23 June

Magic Horoscope’s most important predictions for this weeK
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There’s a planetary energy cocktail that will turn your love life upside down Taurus! But this won’t be the week to fall in love for those who are single, at least not yet.

The tastier dishes are those that are allowed to simmer over low heat, and cold soup is not your thing, at least not at the moment. That doesn’t mean you can’t have some amuse bouche while you wait for the main dish to arrive.

If you’re in a relationship, one thing is for sure: you’ll be the one to take the initiative. Your spouse’s new project will keep them busy!

Whether it’s their daily routine, work, or anything, any excuse will be good to get you to do the hard grafting! But you’ll do it graciously, even if you’d like to do some tweaks in the future for your relationship to be a well-oiled engine.

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Most of the days of this week will be very positive for work, you’ll carry out many projects and you’ll be pleased with your efficiency. However, you’re a perfectionist, and sometimes you bite off more than you can chew.

Thus, you can sometimes feel frustrated if you finish the day at 10, when you were expecting to finish it at 12. If you manage to do outstanding work, be realistic and don’t try to push yourself further, Taurus! Otherwise, you’ll drive yourself up the wall.

Mercury favours commerce, and negotiations in banks to get good deals on loans, if you need one, with a good interest rate.


Play with the set boundaries and don’t become rigid; especially since you’ll have to adapt to your sports training, nothing to be alarmed though. You’ll probably have to lower the intensity a bit.

Remember that muscles consume a lot more oxygen when you’re doing high-intensity training, so if you have respiratory problems (maybe because of allergies) don’t do extreme workouts.

If you’re pregnant, don’t worry, you’ll still be able to work out, you won’t have to become a couch potato. You just need to rule out martial arts and sports that involve using a ball such as football or basketball.