Capricorn | Horoscope Expert


Dec 22 – Jan 19

Don't waste your time making chit chat. Why be polite to someone who would rob you blind if given half a chance? They probably already have one hand in your pocket while you're both busy yakking away. Stay on topic before turning on your heels.

Conduct a fact-finding mission at the beginning of the week – and the conjecture and conceptualizing is one thing, but some data really completes the picture. By Wednesday and Thursday, you're focused and ready to execute, but a key connection may be missing. Perhaps a certain party's on vacation or just plain being unresponsive. A powerful friend could be able to kick-start things on Friday or over the weekend, but you'll never know unless you ask. If you're working on Sunday, avoid the temptation to speed through – thoroughness counts now.

Image isn’t just appearance - it’s also the concept in your mind. That said, think positive and project it. March 1 is a lucky day. Search and send out resumes if job hunting, and schedule meetings and interviews under fortunate stars. Also that day, incomparable Venus begins a transit of Aquarius, your sign of money and how you earn it. (That’s Venus, ruler of magnificence AND money, btw).

Starting on the fifth, Mercury is retrograde in your communication sign, through the twenty-eighth. If the situations were reversed, would you do the same things? You have second chances when Mercury is retrograde.

Action-oriented Mars trines ruling planet Saturn on March 14, and the two strengthen determination.

On the fifteenth, retrograde Mercury squaring Jupiter symbolizes much ado about old business (see above regarding reversed situations).

On March 20, the first day of spring, Mars trines Capricorn Pluto. You pack a powerful punch when competition surfaces. Demonstrate your worth and cleverly impress. Let the games begin.

The twenty-seventh through twenty-ninth are more lucky days. You know the drill!

On March 30, Mars transits versatile Gemini, your sign of co-workers and work routine. Think back two and one-half years ago and repeat your successes next month.