Libra weekly horoscope: What your star sign has in store for March 5 – 11 | The Sun

LIBRA

SEPT 23 – OCT 23

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What you want from your career is the key criteria in the Libra soul-searching spell that starts this week.

Don’t be afraid to look at everything — negative, positive, old, new – and let a new way of working take shape in your mind.  

Your passion instincts are mega-strong – even if someone seems unavailable at first, listen to your heart.

If you’re in love, turn individual secrets into shared opportunities. 

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DESTINY DAYS: Wednesday and Thursday, you’re on fire on the phone and the fans come running. 

Friday, make sure personal information is up to date.  Sunday, step up fitness schedules. 

LUCKY LINKS: Triangular desks and oval-shaped tables. 

“C” music. A game played by three teams at the same time.

SATURN RE-SET: However far away it may seem, the sooner you start working towards your dream job, the better. 

Saturn is with you for the next three years, giving you stamina, resilience and determination – to keep pushing on no matter what obstacles pop up. 

Self-belief is on the up, but this is linked to the real, flawed version of you who always does your best, not some shiny fantasy.

And this is what will get you to your work and health goals.

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You can also use our series of guides to find out everything from which star sign to hook up with for the steamiest sex to what it’s like to live your life totally by your horoscope.

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