Pisces February 2016

Stoner Pisces, while you would like to help everyone with all of their problems, this month you will not be able to do so.  What you will be able to do is to apply yourself (with the best that you can to find) solutions for as many of these problems as you can.  This doesn’t mean that February will be craze-filled, but rather that you will have to take time to wisely decide where to invest the resources you do possess.  What this may mean Pisces, is that scheduling some time for a few solo smoke sessions will be in order this month.  You might feel like there is no time to relax between work, home life, and the universe swirling around you.  However, rolling a blunt and strolling down the street could prove to be the precise meditation your mind needs to reset so that you are refreshed and ready for the big stuff.

Work will keep you just as busy as the rest of life, so be sure you are getting enough rest to take on the day.  If you are able to strike the balance between work and play, the workplace will seem much less daunting.  February is a month to keep the tokin’ to times appropriate.  If you can do this, you’ll be an indispensable asset at work, a problem solver extraordinaire and will still have some energies to take home with you.

Initially this month, you may feel Pisces that your significant other is adding to your list of concerns.  But, there is a difference between them adding to your to-do-list and simply sharing what is going on in their life.  Although at first you may feel overburdened with what they have dropped into your lap—remember that this is your partner.  Two brains have more problem solving power than one.  Listen to your lover, because while they are bringing you more problems to work on, they are doing this because they trust in your problem solving skills.  The solutions may be as simple as you being their sounding board while the two of you share a freshly packed bowl.  It is said that three is a party, but, together the two of you can be the party planners and troubleshoot potential issues before they become full-blown catastrophes.

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