Your Horoscope This Week

It could be easy to get lost in your fantasies on Sunday, when the Sun squares against Neptune, the planet of illusions. Use this transit’s energy to explore your creative side — make something that brings you joy or sing and dance! You don’t have to be the best, you just need to experience something new. Get together with friends on Sunday, as social Venus sextiles Neptune. This is a beautiful transit for encouraging each other to step out of our comfort zones. We’re feeling more focused on our financial goals on Wednesday when material Venus conjuncts with responsible Saturn. It’s a day that brings a sense of detachment along with it, so make time to work through your emotions in private. The Moon waxes full in thoughtful Gemini on Thursday at 12:12 a.m. EST, encouraging us to pay attention to issues that may have been previously swept under the rug. Work to find solutions and act quickly to restore harmony in your life. A wave of otherworldly sensuality washes over us on Friday as fiery Mars trines with dreamy Neptune. If you’ve been building up the courage to make the first move or deepen your relationship, this transit will help you to build your courage. Invest in your spiritual growth during this transit — center yourself as these planets complement each other. Charming Venus conjuncts powerful Pluto on Friday, further intensifying our emotions. Prioritize finding self-love over seeking approval from others. Don’t allow yourself to get jealous of friends, or become overly possessive during this transit. Aries
March 21 to April 19

Are you feeling at odds with yourself, Aries? The Sun, your entertainment ruler, squares against spiritual Neptune on Sunday causing a rift between your pursuit of pleasure and your need for internal growth. Find a happy medium that allows you to bend the rules. Love and money ruling Venus sextiles with thoughtful Neptune on Sunday, helping you to embrace a new perspective in regards to your relationships and sense of value — try to go with the flow. Decide what you need at work on Wednesday when material Venus conjuncts with career-ruling Saturn. This transit will remove your emotions from the equation, allowing you to weigh your options. Bet on yourself on Friday, as ruling Mars trines spiritual Neptune. It’s easier for you to trust the timing of your life during this favorable transit. Taurus
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A UFC heavyweight was winning every round until he got hit with a punch so hard it left his lip hanging off his face, then lost by knockout

Alistair Overeem lip

Alistair Overeem was hit with a punch so hard it burst a hole in his face.
The heavyweight was winning every round of his UFC on ESPN 7 fight in Washington DC, but then lost by knockout in the final seconds.
His opponent, Jairzinho Rozenstruik hit him with an overhand right that left his lip in need of medical attention and stitches.
Overeem said after the fight that the stoppage was early and that he could have continued.
You can see photographs of the injury below, but be warned … they are not for the faint-hearted.

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Alistair Overeem was winning every round of his UFC fight but then got hit with a punch so hard it left his lip hanging off his face and lost by knockout.

If the heavyweight fight at the UFC on ESPN 7 event in Washington DC on Saturday ended five seconds sooner, Overeem would have claimed a victory on the judges’ scorecards as ESPN said at the time that he was leading four rounds to zero.

But, with four seconds to go, everything changed. His opponent, Jairzinho Rozenstruik, hit him with a punch so hard it dropped Overeem to the floor, burst a massive hole in his lip, and left him in need or medical attention.

The referee rewarded Rozenstruik with a knockout win.

Look at photographs of the images below, but they are not for the faint-hearted:

“Getting stitched up,” Overeem tweeted after the loss. “Lip not to sexy at the moment.”

He added that he could have continued, and thinks the referee was quick to stop the fight. “A little bit of a fast stoppage if you ask me — but hope you guys enjoyed the fight.”

Getting stitched up. Lip not to sexy at the moment.. a little bit a fast stoppage if u ask me – but hope u guys enjoyed the fight 💪🏽💪🏽💪🏽💪🏽😌

— Alistair Overeem (@Alistairovereem) December 8, 2019

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A nervous Anthony Joshua exorcised his New York humiliation by outboxing Andy Ruiz Jr. to win his world titles back in style

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will break 6 royal traditions on their first Christmas without the royal family

Meghan, Harry, Archie

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are set to break some major royal Christmas traditions as they spend their first holiday season without the Queen and the rest of the royal family.
The couple has spent every Christmas at the Queen’s Sandringham Estate since they got engaged in 2017.
This year, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and their son Archie will spend the holiday with the duchess’ mother, Doria Ragland, likely at her home in LA.
With a different location comes a whole new Christmas experience for the family, who will miss out on the monarch’s annual Christmas Eve afternoon tea and exchange of gifts.
Scroll below for a complete list of every tradition the family will break this year, as well as some traditions they could actually keep while being in the US.
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1. They won’t attend church with Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip

Every year, the royal family is photographed walking to St Mary Magdalene church, close to the Queen’s Sandringham Estate, for the annual Christmas day service.

This year, Harry, Markle, and their son Archie are spending Christmas with the duchess’ mother, Doria Ragland. Although the location they will be spending the holiday has not been officially disclosed, it’s believed the family will spend it in LA, where Ragland lives.

2. It won’t be a black-tie affair this year

The couple will also miss the royal family’s annual dinner and drinks on Christmas Eve, which is a black-tie event, according to Pop Sugar.

3. Harry and Meghan won’t exchange gifts over afternoon tea on Christmas Eve with the rest of the family

Grant Harrold, former butler to Prince Charles, told Insider that the royal family has a set time schedule when it comes to giving and receiving their Christmas gifts.

“The Queen arrives a few days before everyone else, like any good hostess, to ensure everything is ready,” Harrold said.

“Then most of the royals will arrive on Christmas Eve. They will have afternoon tea, which is traditionally held between 4 pm and 6 pm, where they will exchange gifts.”

Harrold added that most of the gifts aren’t meant to be taken seriously. The former butler said he has heard (although not personally witnessed) that the family “tend to give each other humorous gifts.”

“What do you give people who have everything?” he added.

Here’s hoping the Queen doesn’t mind breaking the tradition so the couple’s son, …read more

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