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Daily Chatty Style Horoscopes - Tuesday 17 October
If your energy and motivation levels are where you want and need them to be, then you stand a good chance of being pleased with progress that can be made now. However, you have a chance to tie up certain loose ends or bring closure to what's been pushed aside due to a lack of motivation or inspiration. Being more jealous of your time streamlines your efforts and helps to tackle what has been ignored.
It's clear you're in the driving seat where your life's direction is concerned. You're right to be feeling fired up or motivated to explore unfamiliar territory, too. Rather than focus intently on whether or not your life's purpose is being fulfilled, connect instead with your reasons for wanting to share knowledge or experience. It's possible your true calling lies with helping others to broaden their minds.
Something connected with your home or individuals with whom you share it could be touching a sensitive nerve within you. The more you look at an undesirable scenario, the more you want to ring a change or two to improve or resolve it. A tired and tedious routine could be at the heart of the issue. A small tweak to what's habitual or tedious could prove to be much better than a grand, overblown action or gesture.
You might have been able to get away with leaving certain situations open-ended or without a sense of structure. However, it appears you're going to have to bring some level of organization to what has been allowed to progress in a rudderless or disorganized way. This helps you and others to become more focused on priorities, and it will likely be up to you to take the lead regarding this.
Spontaneous purchases can be exciting but could come with more than one hidden cost attached. Seeing something and believing no need exists to look elsewhere for a better deal could leave you wishing you'd shopped around before parting with hard-earned cash. Even if your heart encourages you excitedly to make an on-the-spot purchase, try to heed the message from your head. It knows you'll soon be grateful for being less impulsive.
An essential learning curve you're embarking upon will require you to 'feel' your way through it. This could involve having to learn something 'the hard way' or with plenty of trial and error attached. The world won't come to an end because of a mistake made through teaching yourself 'the ropes.' You'll soon get to grips with what you're supposed to do and why it needs doing a particular way.
It's important to recognize what a small shift in attitude can bring. You might not be able to change a situation or arrangement in a way you wish you could. However, altering your attitude toward it helps you to see it in a refreshing and more manageable way. Where one situation you were fearful of is concerned, you could discover it holds no valid reason to treat it with kid gloves.
If certain people have become distant or possibly removed by you from your world, then you can be certain the cosmos intends help with forming new alliances now, or soon. One new friendship or connection holds delightful potential to make better use of a creative talent or skill. If you've needed your confidence to be boosted to push a creative boundary, then they can assist or inspire you.
As responsibilities increase, assess your reasons for shouldering more. Asking yourself 'what's in it for you' helps with distinguishing whether you're doing something to progress personal ambitions or if your efforts are only making someone else's life easier. You're keen to ensure you're not just 'going through the motions.' Do what you do to boost your levels of self-pride – and not to let someone else off the hook.
You're right to believe there's more you could be doing to take tangible strides where you have had to take frustratingly small steps. However, the best way to learn something is to start at the beginning and learn from mistakes. What you stand to learn now might be something nobody could ever teach you. A trial-and-error approach ensures lessons learned aren't forgotten.
It could become clear what – or who – is slowing you down and delaying progress in a certain area. You might need to be brutally honest about what you're undertaking habitually or through an unfair sense of obligation. Setting a personal agenda helps with restoring focus on what matters most to you. If someone else's priorities must become less of a priority to you, then so be it.
Many hands might make light work, but it's by seeing how someone else does something that could inspire you to change the way you do it. This offers a chance for you to combine knowledge, skills and experience. Together, you can create or offer something unique that a third party might find irresistible!