August’s workload looks easy. This isn’t a good sign. Either you haven’t got enough work scheduled to keep people happy, or reality is about to make its presence felt. On the bright side, a new coffee shop has opened up down the road. This should help to solve the problem.
Your tool of the month is Chatzilla.
Your friends have been busy helping you out for a while; now they need cheering up and it’s time to return the favour. Don’t schedule anything. You’ll only have to cancel, and spontaneity is more fun anyway. Water the plants, find a cat-sitter and make sure you know where your towel is.
Your word of the month is Onomatopoeia.
How does something that was so trivial last week become so complex in the space of seven days? Follow your train of curiosity and find out what’s really happening. Beneath the serene surface is a seething mass of wildlife. It’s only when you look closely that you realise how entangled evolution and environment really are! But worry not; a new coffee shop has opened up down the road. This should help pacify them.
Your pub of the month is the Coach and Horses in Farringdon.
Light at the end of the tunnel only throws your current plight into contrast. The train is stalled; nothing is moving and it looks like your plans will have to wait. Bring a good book and plenty of water. You’re going to be there a while.
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* July didn’t happen, at least in the UK.