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horoscope for today, March 6, 2021

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This is the horoscope prediction by zodiac sign for Saturday March 6, 2021. Check your sign at 20minutos.es.

Aries

There are few things that you can enjoy without getting involved and also you are not one of those people who stay on the barrier. Today you will realize all this and you will put the batteries to have the best possible time under certain circumstances.

Taurus

There is something that tells you today that you should not look for what you insist on finding at any price. Everything can be turned against you, so the best thing is that you relax and leave the races and the ambitions for another time.

Gemini

You resume contact with someone, a friend or female friend, from whom you had distanced yourself due to differences around something that has to do with politics or work and now you see that that is not so important and that friendship matters much more to you. .

Cancer

You are still on an economic streak that should be as conservative as possible. However, this does not mean that you fall into the temptation of being stingy with those around you. Try to balance saving and spending, in its proper measure.

Leo

You do not have to think about great things, but about the day to day, the most everyday possible is what today is going to take you the longest. But there are some things that you will like to do that will relax you. If you feel like it, ask someone from the family to help you with it and create a warm atmosphere.

Virgo

Your intelligence will be very clear and that will make you see with great precision that someone is trying to deceive you or take something from you that you do not want to give or lend. You can be far ahead of events and step out to better protect yourself. You will get it.

Libra

You are interested today in everything that has to do with abroad and in that you are going to have a good time, probably very entertaining and interesting. You will also be attracted to all the topics that have to do with technology, which can become passionate about you.

Scorpio

Subjects that are a bit mysterious or secrets will be something that today will attract you a lot and you will want to know more about all of it. That’s fine as long as you do it from the most scientific point of view possible. This will be a positive thing.

Sagittarius

Waning moon in your sign today, which however will help you to see much more clearly everything you have to do and the steps to follow, even sometimes you will fall into a bit of fantasy with what you have in hand. It is nothing bad, visualize all that you want and maybe you will find a key to all of it.

Capricorn

If someone gets on your nerves, you should make them see that it is not necessary for them to take that attitude to achieve their purposes. If you have to impose certain rules, do so without hesitation, especially if you are in command.

Aquarium

You return to a certain part of your life that you had left a little on the back because you didn’t feel like anything, but now it will come in handy, especially if it is something related to exercise. Taking care of your body is what you need most now.

Pisces

You have a couple of problems to solve today and you will go to it with all your eagerness, especially if it is a backlog or work that has gone wrong. Beware of tricks in the purchases you make through the network, there may be traps.

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