Daydreams are a great way to escape your everyday worries, but there's more going on there than idle fancy. "Studies show that what you imagine when you're wide-awake and dreaming directly relates to your deepest hopes and desires," says psychotherapist John Jeffries. "And once you understand the meaning of your daydreams, you can begin to work toward the goals that will make you happy."
RomanceYour inner voice is clamoring for you to start a self-improvement program. Think about what steps you can take to make yourself a better, happier person. Whether you want to lose weight, find a new job or sign up for a night class, now is the time to jump right in and get started.
ProblemsIf thoughts of trouble are invading your daydreams, you are feeling a need to prepare yourself for the future. Make an effort to double-check your plans before you leave for a trip and immerse yourself in all the information available before starting a new project at work. Having all your ducks in a row will put you at ease.
Nature scenesYou're a high achiever who craves success. You're willing to do whatever it takes to reach your goals, and your single-minded focus on the main chance makes it a sure bet you'll be a winner. Make an effort to gain the good will of your co-workers and you're even more likely to make it to the top.
SolitudeDaydreaming about being all by your lonesome? The experts say this fantasy indicates you need to express your creative side. Maybe art lessons are just what you need to satisfy your deepest desire. Don't suppress it. Find a way to indulge your fanciful impulses and open the door to happiness.
TrophyMusings about winning awards suggest that you're too busy doing for others to think about yourself. Instead of feeling neglected, make a concerted effort to pamper yourself with a day at the spa or a shopping spree at the mall. Remember that the first step in truly loving others is to love yourself.