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Horoscopes for Monday, July 1, to Sunday, July 7

March 21-April 19
Sometimes it's hard for you to deal with practical matters, but try to remember to pay your rent and walk the dog once in a while. Saturn is reminding you that, while its fun spending sexy time with your honey, you have other things to attend to as well.

April 20-May 20
The moon in your sign is reminding you just how fabulous you are. You'll feel better about ditching the OK-but-not-great boyfriend or the cute-but-stupid girlfriend. You shouldn't be wasting time with losers and peasants.

May 21-June 21
You're not sure why your romantic life is suddenly filled with melodrama. Blame Mars. You're getting into arguments with your partner about whether gluten really is bad for you and other silly, pointless stuff. Chill out.

June 22-July 22
The moon is making you super mellow. You're finally forgiving that boyfriend who left you or the wife who ran off with the best man from your wedding. Those things don't matter anymore. You're too busy grooving on some positive cosmic vibes.

July 23-Aug. 22
With Venus in your sign, you're reevaluating your love life. It's time to handle things differently. If you're single, stop searching for a soulmate online at sites like bustygalswithlowstandards.com or guyswhoonlyspentasmallamountoftimeinprison.com.

Aug. 23-Sept. 22
You know how you always do everything for everybody? Stop it already, says Mercury. Let your honey cook his own dinner for once. Make your girlfriend pay for her own new clothing, just for the novelty factor.

Sept. 23-Oct. 23
Someone has his or her eye on you, and a spirit of seduction is in the air. You may be attracting attention from a gorgeous new neighbor or a cute new colleague. The moon says it's time to flirt a little and see what happens.

Oct. 24-Nov. 21
Jupiter is filling your head with dreams. You know that you can make it big on “American Idol” because you can carry at least three musical notes in sequence. You're convinced that you'll marry a millionaire because of your winning personality. A reality check is in order.

Nov. 22-Dec. 21
You're feeling a little sluggish, thanks to Mars. Make sure you're getting enough sleep. You'll want to go out on three dates in one night, but burning the candle at both ends is only going to make you feel worse right now.

Dec. 22-Jan.19
Jupiter could be creating a slowdown for you with work and income. Don't overspend yourself. If you're dating a hot girl, impress her with your cooking skills instead of taking her out to expensive restaurants. If your car is breaking down, buy a used one instead of a new one.

Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Bouncy Mars is making you super restless. You'll flirt with everybody you meet just to burn off some excess energy and prove how cute you are. You're craving attention, especially the romantic type. Ask some people out, and something might develop.

Feb. 19-March 20
There's a lot going on with your work life right now. You could be offered a raise, a promotion or a transfer to a new location. Jupiter is telling you to be open to these opportunities, even if it creates some change in your dating routine.

Jennifer Shepherd, the Lipstick Mystic, is an astrologer, syndicated columnist and RedEye special contributor. Check out her daily blog and monthly astrology magazine, Lipstick Mystic Stars, at lipstickmystic.com. Find more RedEye Dating here.

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