Monday is Labor Day and many will be off. The holiday together with the currently waning phase of the Moon indicates that Monday’s itinerary will not be as hectic as it was just a week ago. Actually this Monday and Tuesday both offer fairly settled and quiet conditions. Monday between 2 and 3 pm EDT in particular provides a productive interval during which time it will be possible to clean up many confusions and ambiguities. Easy-going, relaxed talk and actions will bring out the best on this day.
Then on Tuesday, back to work for most. Moods and fatigue slow down everything between 8am and Midday EDT, but by 6 – 7 pm EDT, a new spirit of healthy curiosity and interest in surroundings will lead to fascinating discoveries. The same evening from 9 until 11 pm EDT promises intellectual stimulation and a positive flow of ideas and communications.
Wednesday sees a shift in tone, as too much seems to be crammed into too small a space of time. Frazzled nerves, mental confusion, and bewilderment play a large role in the evening’s events. The best antidote is to slow down and do one thing at a time as well as possible.
Thursday sees things back on track. In fact, Thursday brings downright encouraging signs for any who care to look. Best hours are noon to 10 pm EDT, throughout which time it will be possible to find and engage the cooperative understanding of others. Luck is with the lovers of the world at this time as well, as unexpected schedule changes create sudden opportunities for together time.
Those unexpected schedule changes peak on Thursday and Friday this week. It may seem on these days that other people are being arbitrary and inconsiderate, but in all likelihood, they and their prior intentions have been disrupted by sudden change themselves. The best policy for these two days...