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Chain4Travel raised money to promote blockchain-based travel sales, but the track record of success is short and the technology’s comparative advantage over what travel agencies use now remains to be proven.

Swiss startup Chain4Travel argues that hotels need to be on the blockchain bandwagon, and just raised its first round of venture capital to help prove it.

Based in Baar, about 35 miles from Zurich, the company raised about $4.5 million (4.3 million Swiss francs) to develop blockchain technology to process travel purchases, from hotel rooms to microtransactions like a cup of coffee on an airline flight. Supporting data like maps, Covid policy updates, and regional tourism information will be available in the form of non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, a piece of digital data, stored on a blockchain-based network, that can be bought and sold.

Despite the hype, blockchain has had trouble gaining a foothold in the travel industry, Skift Senior Research Analyst Seth Borko said. The question is whether a decentralized network like blockchain, which is designed to more easily accept payments in cryptocurrencies, is really safer or cheaper than more centralized networks run by incumbents that favor government-issued money.

“As far as I can tell, there’s no real benefit to a distributed ledger,” Borko said. “The challenge is building a network. Whether it’s distributed or not doesn’t matter. Expedia connects a bunch of hotels. [Global distribution services like Sabre provide data to travel agents] do that. They just do it with a centralized database.”

Chain4Travel is run by a group of industry veterans, led by Ralf Usbeck, who founded Peakwork, a vacation packaging technology company, and Traveltainment, a German-based provider of booking engine technology that was sold to Madrid-based global distribution service Amadeus in 2006. He continues to serve as chief executive of Peakwork.

Chain4Travel plans to raise more money later this year by selling its cryptocurrency, the company said in a release. In the future, it plans to donate its intellectual property to a foundation that will run the blockchain-based network. A spokeswoman did not respond to an e-mail posing follow-up questions, including the undisclosed identity of its venture investors.

The list of travel-industry blockchain players is short. The most successful to date may be Travala, a UK-based agency that accepts credit card payments, usually denominated in government money, and in cryptocurrency. Travala says its sales rose 571 percent in the fourth quarter of 2021 from a year earlier to $17.4 million, driven by the recovery from Covid and the addition of a concierge luxury travel unit. It has said that 60 percent of its transactions are paid for with cryptocurrency.

But some travel executives, like TUI Group executive chairman Fritz Joussen, have argued that blockchain can break the near-monopoly control of reservation data by a few giant agencies and global distribution services. 

Travala has benefitted from a partnership with Expedia, the online travel giant, forged in 2020 and expanded last year, under which hotels partnered with Expedia can offer rooms on Travala’s site and app.

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Several temporary housing-related startups also reported new capital this week.

>>Hostfully, which offers software services to vacation-rental property managers, raised $4 million from a group led by Disruption Ventures to add a mobile app to its offering and expand its sales team. The San Francisco company has now raised $7 million total.

>>Ukio, a Barcelona-based startup that offers apartment rentals in European cities, said it raised 2.5 million euros in debt funding led by Extension Partners, to expand to more cities. It previously had raised $9 million in a round designed to capitalize on work-from-anywhere trends driven by the Covid pandemic.



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Saudi Arabia’s $1 Trillion Tourism Investment and Other Top Stories This Week


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In Skift’s top stories this week, Saudi Arabia invests heavily in its tourism economy, 30 exclusive interviews cover the history of short-term rentals, and Sabre hands American Airlines a dollar after a decade-long case.

Throughout the week we are posting original stories night and day covering news and travel trends, including on the impact of coronavirus. Every weekend we will offer you a chance to read the most essential stories again in case you missed them earlier.

Saudia Arabia to Spend $1 Trillion Over a Decade to Build a Global Tourism Economy: With a goal to attract 100 million tourists a year by 2030, Saudi Arabia realizes that it will have to promote itself aggressively as a leisure destination. A trillion dollars looks pretty aggressive.

The Definitive Oral History of Short-Term Rentals: Airbnb disrupted vacation rentals. Will short-term rentals take a chunk out of the hotel business? History shows that’s a distinct problem.

Marriott to Debut Ad Network to Reach Travelers Via App and Room TVs: Marriott’s move to let advertisers reach its guests with Yahoo’s help is really interesting. The hotel brand has a few great channels for brands to efficiently target travelers via its app and, eventually, its guestroom TVs.

Uber Takes Further Steps Into Travel Through Itinerary Aggregator, and More: Uber may not become a superapp anytime soon, but wants to become a bigger part of your journey and everything you do in it, that is for sure.

Japan Airlines Gave This Startup Travel Subscription Service a Lift: Japanese startup Kabuk Style has thousands of travelers booking hotels and guesthouses via subscription. A recent promotion with the airline JAL boosted the company’s profile.

Tourists Ditch Shopping Sprees for Big Nights Out Since Pandemic: Bars, nightclubs, theme parks and museums will be the winners this summer. The “experience economy” is back.

Latin America Is Showing a Resurgence of Group Travel: Extended family and friends’ groups, delayed weddings and graduation trips are contributing to a revival in group travel in destinations like Argentina, Colombia, Perú, Paraguay and Bolivia. The residual effect is that travel agents are in demand again, and back into bricks-and-mortar offices to help travelers plan more book these trips asap.

Chinese Outbound Travel Will Look Like This When It Eventually Returns: Prepare now or get left out when the Chinese outbound tourist wave returns in 2023, says China Outbound Tourism Research Institute. Considering the country’s staunch zero-Covid policy, the timeline seems a little too good to be true.

American Airlines Wins Just $1 From Sabre in 11-Year-Old Antitrust Case: The long-running case revolved around practices that the leading U.S. provider of airline fare data to travel agents imposes on nearly all airlines. If the verdict stands, it doesn’t make Sabre change, well, anything. Except maybe a smaller tip for a barista.



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Tylorstown coal tip: Public exhibition on remediation plan to be held this week


Rhondda Cynon Taf Council is hosting a public exhibition to provide more information about the next phase of the Tylorstown landslide remediation works.

The public exhibition on phase four of the Tylorstwon remediation plan will be held at Rhondda Fach Leisure Centre on Thursday, May 19. Its aim is to keep the local community informed on project progress.

A large coal waste tip suffered a landslide at Tylorstown in South Wales in February 2020. This was triggered by the unprecedented weather during Storm Dennis.

Emergency drainage work was completed shortly after the event, forming phase one of the remediation scheme. Phase two and three included embankment scour repairs, removal of material from the valley floor to receptor sites and reinstatement of two paths running through the site. These works were completed in summer 2021.

The next phase proposes remediating the remaining tip on the hillside to make it safe. This is a major element of the remediation plan and requires planning permission.

Informed by a public consultation in early 2022, the planning application is currently being finalised. This will be submitted to the Rhondda Cynon Taf Council soon for formal consideration by the Planning and Development Committee.

Subject to full approval from the planning committee, the council would conduct preliminary works over winter 2022 ahead of the main work starting in spring 2023.

Completion of phase four would enable future enhancements to the local community route and the creation of a riverside park at this location.

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council frontline services director Roger Waters said: “Rectifying the damage caused by the Tylorstown landslip remains a council priority, along with improving active travel links for wider community as part of the remediation process to make the area safe.

“Having completed the first three phases of work by June 2021, additional activity to stabilise the slope over the remaining closed footpath took place in the autumn. This is the latest work on site to date, as we now look towards developing phase four.

“This phase of work will focus on remediating the remaining tip on the hillside, in order to make the area safe. It represents a significant element of the overall remediation plan, and the community was able to have its say in a pre-application consultation held in January and February 2022, which was a valuable exercise to shape the council’s final planning application.”

In March, the Law Commission of England and Wales published its final recommendations for a new safety regime for coal tips in Wales to replace outdated laws and improve risk management. The Welsh Government will decide whether to implement the Law Commission’s recommendations.

Read Dave Petley’s Talking Point on how the Aberfan disaster transformed the way mining waste is managed in the UK and what spoil tip risks still remain.



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A busy traffic week in NYC – New York Daily News


Sunday, May 15 – Saturday, May 21

ALTERNATE SIDE PARKING RULES ARE IN EFFECT ALL WEEK

It’s NYU’s commencement and Taylor Swift will be delivering remarks to the Class of ‘22 at Yankee Stadium at 11 a.m. on Wednesday. As attendees of previous graduations know, traffic will be a mess on 161st St. and Jerome Ave. Don’t expect to find parking easily, the subway or Metro-North are your best bets.

The Union Square Block Party is Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., on 17th St. from Broadway to Park Ave. South. Decriminalize Mental Illness, a rally and press conference, will be held on Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. at City Hall; watch for extra traffic on Park Row, Chambers St., Broadway, and the approach to the Brooklyn Bridge.

The 3rd Annual Free Dead in the Park Concert to Benefit Riverkeeper will take place Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. at the Central Park Bandshell. Thursday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., the Midtown East Food Fair Series will be held along 54th St. between 3rd Ave. and Lexington Ave.

The Cardinals play the Mets Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday at 7 p.m., plus Thursday at 1 p.m.

At Barclays, the Sun take on the Liberty on Tuesday at 7 p.m. Haim will play MSG on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

Hudson Yards-bound 7 trains skip 111th St., 103rd St.-Corona Plaza, 90th St.-Elmhurst Ave., and 82 St-Jackson Hts., Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, 10:15 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Dear Gridlock Sam,

RE: traffic deaths, I believe electric bikes that go above say 20 or 25 miles per hour should be licensed. I see them going through lights and not obeying traffic laws. I will write to my state legislators.

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Dear Diane,

If it were up to me, I’d only allow e-bikes with a max speed of 18 mph (instead of the current 25 mph) without pedaling to be unregistered. Any vehicle, with an engine, that can go faster without pedaling should be subject to registration (I propose a nominal amount, say $10) and follow all traffic rules and regulations. The problem is at the state level; there is no way to register these vehicles legally. So, I’m glad you’re writing to state legislators. In reviewing traffic fatality stats comparing 2021 with 2019, I haven’t seen an increase in e-bike deaths even with far more on the road, but more than a doubling of motorcycle/moped fatalities. I have little doubt some of it is due to the lawlessness and lack of helmet use by some riders.

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Gov. Evers celebrates National Travel and Tourism Week | News


Gov. Tony Evers celebrated National Travel and Tourism Week in Wisconsin last week with a video message and stops across the state highlighting the strength of Wisconsin’s travel and tourism industry and the critical role it plays in the state’s economy. Gov. Evers has invested $1 billion of Wisconsin’s federal funds in small businesses and other industries impacted by the pandemic, $200 million of which was invested in the travel and tourism, hotels and lodging, and entertainment industries alone.

“We already knew that Wisconsin’s travel and tourism industry was an essential economic driver in our state, and we saw that firsthand last week from Door County to La Crosse,” said Gov. Evers. “This industry is incredibly resilient, and through the investments we’ve made as well as the hard work, determination, and ingenuity of so many business owners, workers, and industry leaders, we’re working together to make sure these critically important industries continue to rebound and recover.”

On Tues., May 3, to kick off National Travel and Tourism Week, Gov. Evers, together with Wisconsin Department of Tourism Secretary-designee Anne Sayers, joined the Destination Door County National Travel & Tourism Week Breakfast in Sturgeon Bay. While there, he heard from local leaders about the state of the industry in Door County, witnessed the signing of a new Entity Agreement between Destination Door County and the Door County Tourism Zone Commission, and shared an update on tourism statewide and the major investments made by the Administration to help the industry recover and rebound. 

“We were delighted to have Governor Evers and Tourism Secretary-designee Anne Sayers join us in Door County for our tourism industry breakfast on May 3,” said Julie Gilbert, CEO and president of Destination Door County. “It was a special day to recognize all the positive things tourism provides our stakeholders and residents in Door County, and having them both here in person to celebrate with us reflected their support for our industry, not only in Door County, but across the state.”

Following their visit in Door County, Gov. Evers and Secretary-designee Sayers then went on to La Crosse where they joined Explore La Crosse, as well as many local elected leaders, for a trolley tour of the city, stopping at Grandad Bluff, learning about the new cruise ship dockings at Riverside Park, and touring the newly renovated La Crosse Center. Finally, they ended their day with a stop for ice cream at The Pearl. 

“This week, the La Crosse region was excited to welcome Governor Evers and Secretary-designee Anne Sayers to celebrate National Travel and Tourism Week 2022,” said A.J. Frels, executive director of Explore La Crosse. “As the La Crosse region moves forward from 2021, much like the state of Wisconsin, we are happy to report that recovery for the tourism industry in the region came far quicker than anyone expected. With the focus on leisure travel, our area was able to see revenue numbers that rivaled and even, in some months, surpassed our banner year of 2019. Explore La Crosse looks forward to continuing to promote our region’s tourism growth as we journey through 2022 and beyond.”

Then, on Wed., May 4, Gov. Evers and Secretary-designee Sayers visited the Inn at SentryWorld in Stevens Point, joining SentryWorld and the Stevens Point Area Convention & Visitors Bureau for a press conference and tour of the complex. SentryWorld has been selected to host the 2023 U.S. Senior Open Championship, which will be the first Senior Open and third USGA Championship they have hosted. While there, the governor and secretary also presented two checks to the Stevens Point Area Convention & Visitors Bureau that were approved by the tourism board on April 26, including a “Ready Set Go!” grant of $30,000 and a “Meetings Mean Business” grant of $29,488. 

“Tourism is at the heart of everything we do,” said Sara Brish, executive director of the Stevens Point Area Convention & Visitors Bureau. “From cultivating new ideas, strengthening relationships, and creating a positive economic impact that supports local business, jobs, and communities—tourism is vital to our success. We are grateful to receive two grants from the state of Wisconsin. These grants allow us to invest in tourism and keep our industry moving forward.”

Additionally, on Fri., May 6, Gov. Evers and members of his cabinet hosted “Cabinet on the Road” events in the Eau Claire area with events in Osseo, Altoona, and Menomonie to meet with local business owners, farmers, and elected officials and discuss economic development and community development projects benefitting the region. The stops included a visit to a Goplin Homestead Farm in Osseo to discuss agritourism, a tour of the Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts and a discussion about housing insecurity and homelessness issues in Menomonie, a visit to a local business and a discussion with the city of Altoona about a downtown revitalization project that will bolster the local economy and bring new businesses and visitors to the downtown area, and several local small business and restaurant stops. To conclude the day’s visits, Gov. Evers and his cabinet took a tour of The Brewing Projekt with owner, Will Glass, in Eau Claire.

Finally, on Fri., May 6, and Sat., May 7, Gov. Evers attended the 2022 Governor’s Fishing Opener in Shell Lake to help celebrate the end of winter and the start of the 2022-23 fishing season in Wisconsin, as well as the vital role fishing plays in Wisconsin’s tourism industry. In 2020, Wisconsin was third in the nation for out-of-state fishing licenses sold.

In addition to the governor’s stops detailed above, the governor also announced last week that Wisconsin has outpaced the national average for travel spending compared to 2019 for the past 24 months, signaling a strong recovery for the industry in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Wisconsin’s tourism industry sustained $17.3 billion in business sales in 2020, supporting more than 157,000 jobs. While 2021 economic impact data is expected to be released in June 2022, monthly visitor spending compared to Wisconsin’s record-setting 2019 has been above zero percent for four of the past six months, showing Wisconsin’s recovery continues to trend in a positive direction.



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Cognizant Founders Cup A Hint of Sadness In A Week of Celebration | LPGA


Shirley Spork wore a navy-blue bucket hat as she leaned on the right side of the podium that held the Founders Cup trophy. The tall, bronze sculpture of a swinging female golfer sat between Spork and Jin Young Ko, who was accepting the trophy for the second consecutive time after winning the Cognizant Founders Cup on a cold and rainy weekend in New Jersey.

That was October 2021, and it would become the final time that Spork, one of the LPGA Tour’s 13 founding members, would be a part of an LPGA Tour trophy presentation. In April, Spork passed away at the age of 94. She leaves Marlene Bauer Hagge as the only living Founder of the LPGA Tour.

A little over a decade ago, the Founders Cup was created to celebrate the 13 women who were instrumental in creating the LPGA Tour. Spork, Bauer Hagge, Marilynn Smith and Louise Suggs were the four women who lived to see the event celebrate their achievements in establishing the world’s preeminent women’s golf tour and what is now the oldest continuous women’s professional sports league.

Each year beside the 18th green at the Founders Cup, they would sit in a designated perch with the words “Act Like a Founder,” emblazoned on the wall behind them. It was a not-so-subtle reminder to remind the subsequent generations of their duty to maintain the Tour the pioneers had established more than 70 years ago.

It became an annual tradition at the Founders Cup that Spork would greet the winner and pose for photos.

In 2011, Karrie Webb won the inaugural event and didn’t take home a single penny as the event had no purse. Webb posed after her victory with Suggs, Smith and Spork. When Webb won again in 2015, Spork wrapped her arms around the Aussie in congratulations.

In 2016, Spork and Smith wore matching red shirts and also happened to coordinate with that year’s champion, Hyo Joo Kim.

 In 2017, Spork wore an oversized, green top hat in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day which happened to coincide with that week’s tournament.

In 2021, Spork stood beside Ko, who won the Founders Cup in both 2019 and 2021 after the event wasn’t played due to the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.

Year after year, Shirley was there.

Spork’s passing leaves a particular void because, despite being in her mid-90s, she would still travel to major championships, Solheim Cups and, of course, the annual Cognizant Founders Cup. As a teacher at heart, who was instrumental in forming the LPGA’s teaching division, she’d often walk the range at tournaments and talk with players, sometimes sharing a tip or a swing thought.

At the Founders Cup in 2021, Spork sought out Brooke Henderson, who had been struggling with her putting. That week, Henderson says Spork blessed her putter, gave it a name and shared some wisdom and knowledge that led the Canadian to shoot a round of 67 the next day.

Even two weeks before her death, Spork walked the range at the Chevron Championship, sharing tips and insights with players warming up ahead of the season’s first major championship.

In April, at the Chevron Championship, Spork accepted membership to the LPGA Tour Hall of Fame on not just her own behalf but also for her fellow Founders who had not yet been enshrined. It was a fitting bookend to a long and storied career.

The chairs in which the founding members once sat, beside the 18th green at the Founders Cup, have grown empty in recent years. Suggs passed away in 2015 and Smith in 2019. This week, another chair will go unfilled as the Tour mourns the loss of yet another one of its beloved Founders.

While a heavy sadness hangs over this week’s Cognizant Founders Cup, the tournament has a chance to do exactly what it was created to do – to celebrate the women who have been instrumental in the Tour’s growth and success. Especially Shirley Spork – a teacher and founder who was a fixture on the LPGA Tour for more than 70 years.



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Weekly Horoscope May 9-15: Leos, Librans need to manage stress; Learn tip of the week for all 12 zodiac signs


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Weekly Horoscope May 9-15: As the second week of May commences here are astrological tips and suggestions that you can learn about for better luck in personal and professional space. Astrologer Neeraj Dhankher shares a guide to the week ahead for you. 

Aries

You will be more likely to spend time with your family at the start of the week. Your devotion and love for your mother will grow. This period may also provide property rewards. Students will benefit from this period since they will do well in exams. They will be more interested in studying and will be able to do better in technical subjects. Your kids will be successful in their chosen fields. Those who want to benefit from competition will need to put forth more effort. Your company will acquire significant momentum and you will be able to increase your business throughout the last portion of the week. You will make a good profit, and your overseas trade will rise.

Tip of the week: Put more efforts

Taurus

You may take a short trip at the start of the week. You will get the opportunity to see your family or friends, which will bring you joy and tranquilly. You will be free of everyday concerns and will be able to assist your siblings. Your connection with your coworkers will develop at work. Your mother’s health will improve, and you may be able to profit financially from her. You will spend more time with your children in the middle of the week. Students studying for competitive examinations may encounter challenges in accomplishing their objectives. You may have to work extra towards the conclusion of the week to deal with some unforeseen concerns that have arisen.

Tip of the week: Build connections at work

Gemini

Family matters will keep you busy at the start of the week. You could have to do some essential work at home, which will strengthen your family ties. Any misunderstanding with your coworkers and superiors is anticipated, so be cautious and choose your words carefully. You’ll have to spend time with your mother and deal with her mood swings. In terms of money, you will be lucky and successful in increasing your savings. You may return some of your debts, which will provide you with comfort. This period will be beneficial to children’s growth. They will do well in their chosen career, whether they are studying or working.

Tip of the week: Expand your savings

Cancer

Your confidence and ability to comprehend any scenario will grow throughout the course of the week. This will strengthen your connection with your seniors, which will benefit you. Securing your hard-earned money by placing it in a bank or establishing a fixed deposit can provide you with financial rewards. In the family, there will be more peace and mutual affection. Your siblings may have health problems. It is a good moment for you to take a short trip, whether for business or pleasure. You’ll need to spend some additional time with your kids to keep them motivated and engaged. Your marriage will continue to be solid and supportive.

Tip of the week: Plan a short journey

Leo

Your financial condition may be somewhat strained if you observe an unexpected spike in your spending. You will have to put in more effort in your line of work, and you may be required to travel to distant locations as part of your career. You may be concerned about your spouse’s health. There may be some family strife. You’ll have to be patient and attempt to settle things down in this case. To minimise unnecessary stress and misunderstanding at work and at home, a proactive strategy is required. Your self-assurance will improve by the end of the week. You will form positive relationships with your coworkers.

Tip of the week: Learn to manage stress

Virgo

You will have a bountiful flow of money this week as a result of your own efforts, which will strengthen your financial status. You will be content and able to achieve your goals. You will form positive relationships with your bosses, which will assist you in your professional life. Your strategies will benefit you and help you succeed in business. Despite the benefits, you should not make any important choices at this period. Your family will also be well-treated and respected. There may be some differences between your siblings at times. The connection will improve if you maintain your conversations clear and transparent.

Tip of the week: Cash in on new opportunities

Libra

This week, your workload at work will rise, and you may be moved to another department. You will be content with your family life. There are promising signs of profiting from real estate. You can have a problem with your eyes or sleeplessness. Your costs will rise, and some of these expenses may be unproductive and for which you have not planned ahead of time. It’s a good idea to keep an eye on your opponents at this period since they could lift their head. By the end of the week, you could have made a firm choice on a goal that will be critical to your future success. This period will be moderate from a business standpoint.

Tip of the week: Manage excess workload

Scorpio

You may go on a long travel for work, which would be beneficial. You may also visit a location that will provide you with inner serenity and fresh vigour. You will not experience any mental strain. You will work with greater concentration, resulting in great outcomes. Property-related issues will keep you engaged. Entrepreneurs might extend their product lines and seek out new customers. In family life, there will be a feeling of fulfilment. Your parents will be supportive of you which will provide you happiness. At the conclusion of the week, you should focus on your health and eat a balanced meal.Avoid eating food from outside.

Tip of the week: Guard against property disputes

Sagittarius

You’ll be more focused on family activities at the start of the week. Your mind will be buzzing with ideas, so avoid making any major decisions at this period. There may be some unplanned costs that put a strain on your finances. You may be unable to concentrate on your job, causing your performance to suffer. Your siblings will be there for you. You will spend quality time with your friends. It will help you if your connection with your elders improves. You may be forced to take an unwelcome vacation that may cause you health difficulties. When sharing your ideas and emotions, you should talk slowly and carefully.

Tip of the week: Utilise your creative energy

Capricorn

Your finances are likely to improve at the start of the week as a result of gains from numerous sources. Your business partner and you will have a happy connection, which will help your company thrive. Positive ideas will flood your head, and you may decide to attempt something new. There might be some developments that can build up some stress. You should attempt to avoid spending time alone and spend it with your friends and loved ones. Investing money at this time might be detrimental. Your attention will increase as the week progresses, and you will be able to accomplish pending duties. Family life will be pleasant.

Tip of the week: Work on your concentration skills

Aquarius

You should avoid any confrontations since pointless disagreements may destroy your peace of mind and degrade your ambience. You’ll have a curious mentality. In the middle of the week, the situation will improve. In your profession, you will be given fresh possibilities. You will make attempts to grow your company and will be successful in doing so. Your health will begin to improve, and you may decide to purchase a home at this time. You may take a journey to a faraway location. The amicable environment in the family will provide you pleasure, allowing you to make some decisions. You must look after your father since he may be suffering from health problems.

Tip of the week: Let your curiosity flow

Pisces

You will feel particularly fond of your children this week and love spending time with them. Your income may also rise. If you wish to move jobs, you could receive a new offer this week or there might be talk of a transfer at your existing work. If you are a student, you will put up the effort necessary to succeed in your studies. You will be capable of outperforming your opponents. Your efforts will grow, and your performance will improve.It is recommended that you refrain from pursuing any new legal matters at this time. It’s possible that your business partnership may be rocky. Try not to worsen the situation.

Tip of the week: Spend time with children





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