All work and no play makes it very, very difficult to maintain a romantic relationship. In fact, it makes it really hard to find a romantic relationship, in the first place. So if you are fretting that your romantic situation isn't exactly all you had hoped it would be on the 1st and 2nd, then take a long hard look at your work schedule. Then make a choice: It could be that work is simply a priority, right now. That's fine. You just need to see that and decide not to worry, for now, about romance. By the 5th, you need to start rejoining the human race. After all, you aren't a work robot. Make plans with friends and see if you meet someone! Romance looks good on the 8th and 9th. Keep your eyes peeled for that special someone! You're thinking a lot about balance on the 14th and 15th. Deal with an imbalance you locate in your life on the 20th, and you'll already be feeling better. Really! Plan a date on the 25th. Even if you don't have one. It's party planning time on the 30th and 31st. Why not see if romance will come to you?
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