'A stitch in time saves nine' is your phrase of the month, whatever that means. (A quick stitch now means you don't have to do 9 stitches later? We don't think so, sounds like it's pants around your ankles time later if you equate a quick stitch with 9 stitches, we're just saying. And why does it save 9 stitches later, why not eight or ten? Did the writer of this saying only choose 9 because it rhymed with time? This is just proof that you shouldn't listen to proverbs - they aren't anywhere near as accurate as horoscopes. That ends our mystical rant over accuracy. Phaa.)
'Better than I expected', 'much improved' and 'lovely' are your damned by faint praise phrases of the month.
Pruning hedges, prunes and parrots are all well starred.
This month your destiny has a proud heritage it is trying to live up to.