Sagittarius weekly horoscope: What your star sign has in store for December 19 – 25

SAGITTARIUS

NOV 23 – DEC 21

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Your chart of loyalty and deep-held values is in upheaval as Venus pushes back.   

But though you’re asking difficult questions,  you never lose your own sense of
self-belief.  So do trust your own judgement, above all. 

Panic buying is tempting – but it’s better to spend less on something that means
more. 

A chalk and cheese work, or event-planning, team can lead to
love.

DESTINY DAYS: On Tuesday, make an offer, even if you assume it will be
declined. Thursday is a great dancing day – even on your own, with
headphones. Family news can be saved for Saturday.

LUCKY LINKS: Red and green stripes.  A shop window full of bottles and
jars.  A ticket that links to an “A” destination

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VENUS CHRISTMAS CRACKER: What and who you truly value, and where you really see your love-life heading – yes, all these aspects of your emotional self are coming to the surface as Venus flips into reverse. 

Believe this can be a positive thing – and it will be.  If partners start their usual festive gripes, maybe about cash, be ready with a smart diversion – but also make it clear you want to, and deserve to,  have some fun. 

If you’re single, a Secret Santa can unlock some shock feelings.

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