Tweaking things here and there won't do the trick. You need drastic, sudden changes. Trust your impulses and you'll come up with an extraordinary solution to your worries.
AquariusJan 20 – Feb 18
You are in the middle of striking a business deal on Monday. Make sure that you're comfortable with the terms. And make sure you have a good handle on the motives of the person sitting on the other side of the table. They may have a more complicated agenda than you realize. Then, toward the middle of the week, try to divorce yourself from stressful business worries by connecting with coworkers on a personal level. Maybe grab a bite to eat with someone after work. As the week winds down, you're going to wind down as well. Friday and the weekend are going to be smooth sailing.
July accents liberation and freedom from complications. It doesn’t get much better than the trine between the sun and fortunate Jupiter and their gift of releasing the hold of the past.
Starting July 9, Venus wears her financial hat over the next few weeks. A transit of your shared resources sector means gains through others.
On the tenth, Jupiter gets your career back on track with a direct turn. The change in motion coincides the next day with a trine between lucky Venus and surprising Uranus amplifying this month’s theme. Your path to take and with whom you should take it become clearer.
A solar eclipse on July 12 highlights gains through employees, supervisors, and perhaps even changes in routine. On July 16, a misunderstanding needs clarification when Venus aspects Mars.
Take advantage of opportunities to renegotiate when Mercury retrogrades in your sector of partnerships on the twenty-fifth. Be sure to read the fine print through the end of August 2018. The next day, the sun opposing Aquarius Mars accents your leadership ability when people form a queue to get behind you.
It’s a lucky Aquarius lunar eclipse on July 27! Expect a breakthrough. Search and send out resumes if job hunting. Schedule interviews and meetings.
Next month, develop your ideas further and then inspire others to carry them out.