Capricorn Weekly Horoscope 10th – 16th May, 2020

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Love and Relationships

Unmarried solo people are likely to evolve doubts on the one they have feelings for. The possible wrongdoing of that lover shall raise questions in the mind of him or her. Apprehensions about the honor and the character shall rear up their ugly head. It is recommended to lovers to not strangle their partner with intense emotions. It is imperative to give time, space and freedom in a relationship. Warmth and compatibility shall be distinguished by their absence here. Bringing back the coziness and mirth shall take time and effort. Married couples may not find this week promising. 

Education and Knowledge

This is the time of term end holidays for university students. So, it is fundamental that youngsters will spend time with family and friends. For the students in the final year of college, it shall fix a great leap forward in the new academic year if they familiarize themselves with the new curriculum. It is shown that students in higher education shall not be at their optimum efficiency. Instead of staying on track of achieving academic goals, they will be entertained by minute and irrelevant matters. They won’t make adequate progress in studies.

Health

The health and fitness aspect of your life looks worrisome. You need to stay on the front foot to tackle burgeoning medical issues. Treat even the minutest anomaly in your body on urgent and important basis. Ignore nothing and visit a specialist for the same. Take care to follow the prescription given by the concerned doctor sincerely. Also, be on guard for any development of respiratory illness. Don’t hesitate to pay a visit to a pulmonologist should the need arise. The 35+ age group may see a flare up of an old health problem.

Money and Finances

The spectacular Saturn moves through the second house which is the house of finance. This significant transition shall make you wiser at money matters. But this isn’t an auspicious time to reach any far reaching conclusions linked with the finance. You will be joyous with minor benefits. No big outflow of money can be foreseen. Owing to this, you will be able to amplify the funds in your kitty. Hence, you will be in a sound position to tackle exigencies. There are some recurring expenses in all households. You will be able to take care of your such expenses smoothly.

Career and Business

All those who are into business will be anxious about the declining sales. Also adding to their worries is the stiff competition given by other market players. Magnificent Mercury and ‘evening star’ Venus turn retrograde around the middle of the week. Because of this influence the vexed traders and business owners shall fail to move forward with the sales. Unfortunately, progressive forces are debilitated here. Until the tide turns in the favour, it is better to be patient and in the meantime, keep up the efforts. Salaried professionals may feel insecure in their position. Their immediate boss may keep up the pressure on them. Working efficiently alone can make them feel secure.

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Arushi Sana is the Co-Founder of Santerra Living, a bio-pellet factory that makes a renewable form of eco-coal and Co-Founder of NYK Daily, a global news platform. She was awarded the Times Power Women of the Year 2022, Times Digital Entrepreneur of the Year 2023, Silicon India's Top 10 Women Owned Startups of Hyderabad 2023 and IHW Council Climate Health Influencer 2024. Arushi is also a speaker for Sustainability and Entrepreneurship at various forms like the World Bank, UN International Solar Alliance and Universities, and was also invited to the UN COP28 UAE Climate Conference. She is a Sustainability Consultant for organisations looking to reduce their carbon footprint and also works with brands on social media to help them carve a presence in that niche. She holds a Degree in Computer Science Engineering from VIT University and a Diploma in Marketing Analytics from IIM Nagpur. She has previously worked in Ernst & Young and Deloitte as a Forensic Data Analyst. Arushi is a writer, political researcher, a social worker, a farmer and a singer with an interest in languages. Travel and nature are the biggest spiritual getaways for her, and she aims to develop a global community of knowledge and journalism par excellence through this News Platform.

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