Sagittarius forecast for Monday January 25, 2021

Just as good things sometimes happen to bad people, so, occasionally, bad things happen to good people. More often, though, they happen to bad people. Not that these evil individuals know how fully they deserve it, of course. No matter our moral standing, we feel victimised, and incredulous when we find ourselves the recipients of bad luck. Yet our world isn't black and white - and people, like events, are neither one thing nor the other. A problem will turn out surprisingly well, today.

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January 24, 2021

Your Weekly Love Focus Horoscope: I was surprised to learn that a Sagittarian friend of mine, who writes for a living, didn't study literature or history. Her subject was mathematics. The reasoning for her choice was impeccable: 'because you know when you've got the answer right'. Yet in real life she loves to take creative risks. Again, her reasoning is impeccable: 'because not knowing where a storyline is going is exhilarating'. Under this week's exciting cosmic climate, take a leaf out of her book. Don't worry about being right!

January 23, 2021

Your Weekly Horoscope: When children learn how to ride a bike, there's inevitably a grown-up running behind them, holding on to the saddle. Until then they probably had stabilisers to keep them supported. Yet there comes a moment when they're off on their own... able to balance and ride without any help. You've been depending, for a while now, on something you don't actually need. Just because it has disappeared doesn't mean that you're not going to be able to cope. Events this week bring a new sense of freedom.

January 22, 2021

You don't shirk your responsibilities and are prepared to put up with a lot of inconvenience as long as you feel that it will advance your position or improve the prospects of someone you want to protect. When necessary, you'll take on a heavy load for anyone who's struggling. Yet when a weight is making your shoulders ache, it's worth taking time to stop and look at what you're carrying. Are those gold bars of loyalty or lead weights of assumption? This weekend, you can do more with less.

Celebrity Sagittarius

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January 21, 2021

Weighty self-help books might be a thing of the past, but that doesn't mean the concept is dead and buried. Our bookshelves might be lighter, but our computers and tablets are overflowing with advice on how to be happier, lose weight, seize the day, and so on. Why aren't there comparable missives on how to wallow, effectively, in our misery? Everyone knows the answer to that! We've already honed that technique! Today brings a boost to your Sagittarian optimism and a lovely reason to smile.

January 20, 2021

Like all Sagittarians, you value your independence. You're at your happiest when you're dancing to the beat of your own drum, following the most interesting path, and boldly going where no one has gone before. Conceding to other people's ideas and opinions doesn't float your boat. Yet there are exceptions. When you feel called to be big-hearted and noble-minded; when you'll do everything in your power to share your skills, and be as generous as you can be. This is that kind of day.

January 19, 2021

We've been taught that 'if we ask a silly question, we get a silly answer'. But it's not always easy to know that we're asking something 'silly' until we've asked it. Often, it's only when we hear the reply that we gain insight into the true nature of our enquiry. Often too, questions that we fear will sound silly are the ones most likely to bring an enlightened response. You're worrying that the process you're embarking on is going to turn out to be too complex. Yet the advice you need is on hand. Just ask.

January 18, 2021

Any astrological textbook will tell you that Sagittarians love nothing more than a challenge. So that must surely be right? But since (as sceptical folk always love to remind us) there's no scientific proof to the art of cosmic interpretation, maybe there's no truth to this assertion. Of course, like all things mystical, there's no way to prove it. Yet, it's true that you love to be challenged. You also like all things paradoxical. You'll be pleased to know that your day's due to be full of both - in a good way.

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