Pisces Lunar Options

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CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Your aim will be to surprise and delight the public. This cannot be accomplished through doing what they expect and delivering what they've already seen. Bonus: the unique satisfaction of raised eyebrows and the sound of laughter.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Somewhere between your high aspirations and the current demands of your daily life is a wonderful fantasyland. It's a playground, a vision board, an escape route. It's a good place, a place where things get done.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). There's little to stop you from winning the admiration of your peers and the good opinion of your superiors. In the future, this approval will translate into financial abundance.

TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (Jan. 20). Rest assured: Your optimism is not only firmly rooted in what's possible for you; your best-case scenario is practically a blueprint for exactly what will happen. If you mainly stick to the plan, you'll be golden. March will bring a new mode of transportation or a far-off destination. Your family will grow in October. Cancer and Scorpio adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 9, 30, 22, 11 and 16.

COSMICALLY CURIOUS ABOUT... SAYING "NO." Earlier this week, a sensitive Pisces asked for tips on saying no without hurting anyone's feelings.

TIP NO. 1: Always project yourself as having a lot going on.

People with known busy schedules don't offend others when they can't make the barbecue, because no one is expecting them to be available in the first place. And here's the thing: You don't have to be busy in the social or professional sense to be busy in general. Maybe you're just busy watching TV. That's a legitimate excuse, yet it's for you to know. Get used to telling people that you're working on a project or that you have another involvement or something equally vague that sounds much more important than "I'll be busy making a sandwich and watching YouTube videos of baby pandas."

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TIP NO. 2: Know your yes.

Every no is a yes to something else. When you pick strawberry ice cream, maybe you're technically rejecting the vanilla and mint ice cream, but nobody thinks of it that way. When you focus your mind on what you're saying yes to, you'll have the energy of choosing instead of the energy of rejecting.

More on this next week!

CELEBRITY PROFILES: Aquarius Rainn Wilson contrasted his role as the megalomaniac Dwight Schrute of "The Office" with his real-life entrepreneurial role as creator of SoulPancake, a media company that invites participants to "chew on life's big questions." The themes explored by this venture fall into the realm of both Aquarius and Pisces: philosophy and art (Aquarius), spirituality and religion (Pisces).

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