Daily Horoscopes by Jill Goodman

TODAY: Should it emerge that someone is dedicated to fanning flames or making a major fuss, the only thing your engagement will add is further incentive for them to be as impossible as possible. However, if you show no signs of engaging, it will essentially remove the oxygen from the fire (or dispute or debate), making it difficult for the issue, situation, or topic to do anything but fizzle.
YOUR BIRTHDAY: Give some thought to what you'd like to achieve and the way in which you'd like to achieve it, especially viz. creative, financial and romantic affairs. Making progress will be easier if you are conversant with your druthers, and this is a year when, practically (and sequentially!) speaking, if you know what you want you can organize it. But first things first, namely figuring it out.
ARIESSunday, December 17, 2017
These planets are good for a spike in the adventure quotient, making getting out there and having some fun seem more appealing than sitting home binge-watching the Great British Baking Show. So should you be inclined to get out there and interact with your fellows - or going tobogganing - go with the flow, rather than trying to hold back the tide.
TAURUSSunday, December 17, 2017
If a certain individual is banging on unremittingly about what you should do and why, and it doesn't begin to reflect your reality of the situation...just don't engage. The alternative of trying to bring them around is likely to end up filed under the heading of "seemed like a good idea at the time."
GEMINISunday, December 17, 2017
Current influences could absolutely encourage people to propose that the sketchy new housemate to be in charge of paying the rent, the nippy dog to be brought to the child's birthday party, the hard-line right-wingers to carpool with the bleeding-heart liberals, etc. And while everybody's intentions are excellent, you know what they say about the paving stones on the road to hell.
CANCERSunday, December 17, 2017
One strategy note in your assorted interactions: Encouraging somebody to deal with something they feel they can't influence isn't likely to motivate them to do much other than crawl under the bed and refuse to emerge until they're damn well ready, maybe in a month - which is neither good incentive, nor the reaction you likely want.
LEOSunday, December 17, 2017
Rather than pushing yourself to take steps that aren't coming naturally, wait for your opinion to stabilize or until you once again feel the love. Your reticence could be coming from your higher self gently suggesting that some of your ideas for managing outstanding affairs may not be as excellent in practice as they are in theory.
VIRGOSunday, December 17, 2017
If you detect that the winds of change are becoming, uh, brisker, in the personal, professional, romantic, commercial, financial, or creative realm, make the adjustments that are being recommended. As you've undoubtedly gleaned from experience, lawn chairs and other unsecured objects (in this instance, personal, professional, romantic, commercial, financial, or creative affairs) are no match for a Nor'Easter.
LIBRASunday, December 17, 2017
Think before you speak...really. With these planets jockeying for position, it would be very easy for you to volunteer your services in the name of being a nice guy/gal, and then find yourself tearing from pillar to post trying to locate sufficient quantities of whatever it is that permits you to deliver on your most generous, sweeping promises.
SCORPIOSunday, December 17, 2017
While these planets suggest that you go for it with all available resources, they also gently remind that there could be certain individuals who don't entirely share your viewpoint. And, should you encounter anybody answering to that description as you go about your day, it would be wise to treat them diplomatically.
SAGITTARIUSSunday, December 17, 2017
Hark back to events around mid-month, especially if they entailed a sudden shift in the program, operation, or scheme. These planets are re-covering old ground, as such providing the recommendation to be as flexible as you can with unexpected developments (even if they're mildly inconvenient or affect pre-existing plans), because in the end they're for the best.
CAPRICORNSunday, December 17, 2017
Remember: People aren't typically all that open to hearing that there might be a little ol' fly in the ointment. Moreover, given current influences, the person given the assignment of conveying this message will need a pretty thick skin and the ability to tune out loud protestations - and there's no evidence that anybody answering that description is in the immediate vicinity.
AQUARIUSSunday, December 17, 2017
By all means be willing to take a risk or capitalize on an enticing proposition, with one caveat: In certain instances, it could be fairly easy to confer qualities on individuals or arrangements that don't necessarily exist, although they most certainly exist in your imagination and/or on the drawing board - not necessarily the recipe for a happy ending.
PISCESSunday, December 17, 2017
Naturally you'd like to transform the arrangement, situation, romance, partnership, routine, [your issue here] but what's the least disruptive, most efficient way to go about it? Take all the time you need: It's more important to come up with a viable plan than to lapse into old patterns that have contributed mightily to the current state of play.

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