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Jan 29, 2020: You're not one to haggle over favors (whether owed or granted) in your close relationships, but you still might want to keep a running tally, just in case. Out-of-balance expectations could lead to resentments.
Jan 29, 2020: Take the lead when it comes to love right now. If you can envision your romantic future (and you definitely have a good idea of what you want), you can share that vision with someone else and see how they like it.
Jan 29, 2020: Some puritanical impulses are saying that unless it's work, work, work all the time in this relationship, it's going nowhere. Ease up a tad. Sometimes the hardest job is letting things happen on their own.
Jan 30, 2020: Someone who owes you a favor tries to pay it back with some gesture that seems sketchy at first and only gets weirder as the day progresses. You can back out at any time without explanation.
Jan 30, 2020: Waiting and watching, waiting and watching. If you're staring at the phone expecting that call, it just isn't going to happen. Instead of remaining at an impasse, why not make the first move? Just be casual. If nothing else, at least you'll know where you stand.
Jan 30, 2020: Changing tracks seems like a good idea to you, and it might have an equal amount of appeal to your partner, too. Talking it over isn't necessary. All that has to happen is one of you needs to take the first step.
Jan 28, 2020: Out with the old and in with the new! Don't put too high a premium on nostalgia for the past right now. You could use a different perspective -- not to mention a breath of fresh air.
Jan 28, 2020: Your ability to forgive and forget is nearly limitless, except when it comes to a few biggies. You know the times when your heart got trampled on and kicked to the curb? Ease up on the past. Let go of the anger.
Jan 28, 2020: Don't be afraid to try something new today. If your loved one suggests a different way of doing things, let them know you're up for anything. They'll appreciate your willingness to trust them.