Gemini Weekly Horoscope 24th April– 1st May 2022


Health issues may be relieved. You are advised to be selective about people you interact with as they may determine your overall well-being. Due to fear, you may worry. Meditation may help with anxiety, sleeping issues, excessive workload, and stress. You are advised to be extra cautious while on the roads and travelling. Kids’ health may cause you to worry.


There may be financial gain from spouses, in-laws, or friends this week. Previous investments may pay off. You are recommended not to rush, although new investments, purchase of a home, or important investments in the land may be possible. You may have monetary gains related to occult work, wholesale business, or backed business. A get-together including in-laws and family might cost you an expenditure.


The situation at work may suit you. You are advised not to disclose your plan and avoid an altercation with colleagues. Seniors may cooperate in the latter part of the week. Independent professionals and business people may have success, and a trip might happen. Pleasant interaction and dedication are the solutions. Legal proceedings may slow down. You are advised to avoid disagreement with foreign clients or foreign governments.


Overall, an ideal time for schooling. Syllabus change can worry you, but tutors may help. You may have a good time with new friends. Teachers may support students of arts and fashion. A change of location may be possible due to higher education. Your father may help you with your academics. By being creative and working hard, you may get good results.

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