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Daily Planets- 02/24/17

Posted on February 24th, 2017 by Don Cerow

February 24-March 2, 2017

All listed time are Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Friday, 24th- We enjoy the day, especially through 11:00 AM and 7:30 PM. After 10:00 tonight you might want to consider a little extra rest.

Saturday, 25th- Tasks fall into place most easily through the late morning and into lunch time. The afternoon floats for the usual reasons. We’re sensitive to conversations around 7:30 tonight.

V/C Moon 1:11 PM-7:24 PM when it enters Pisces

Sunday, 26th- The Solar eclipse this morning peaks out right around 10:00. In the next 24 hours there are three planetary triggers to Mars, igniting passions¬† around the planet. We’re inflamed and eager to get on with things, but don’t push it. It could backfire.

Monday, 27th- Yesterday’s Red Tide continues to tug at us today, but largely plays out through the morning hours. Pack up your pencils around 6:00 tonight so you can relax a little before midnight.

V/C Moon 6:08 PM-11:52 PM when it enters Aries

Tuesday, 28th- This is by far the easiest day of this week. Things run smoothly throughout the day and are especially nice after 9:00 PM. Social engagements run well.

Wednesday, 1st-¬† This is our busiest afternoon, with a few changes in plans coming through the early evening. We’re liable to forget or misplace objects. After 9:00 PM is best.

V/C Moon 9:18 PM-2:42 AM (Thursday) when it enters Taurus

Thursday, 2rd- Extreme opinions tug at our reason this evening. Today is a time to get as much as you can done. We make good use of our time.

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