Be cautious and careful with who you trust and who you share information with. Someone around you is not what they appear to be. Being to trusting could get you hurt, even if its only an acquaintance you just met. Keep your private business private so you don’t provide any ammunition for them to twist around and use against you. You’ll be able to ride the tide, instead of being sucked into its undertow.
Someone new in your life has ulterior motives for engaging you. Their target may not be you, but rather someone you’re close to. Don’t allow them to make you a pawn in their game. Don’t let them trick you into sharing to much of yourself or someone you care about for the rest of the month.
Pay attention to your security settings online. Don’t share pictures that include you or show your activities outside of work in the public forum. Don’t give out your personal social media pages with people you’ve only just met. Even something as simple as a day at the beach could provide information to a stalker, a burglar or someone who’s looking for damaging information that could harm your position or someone close to you.