The beat goes on. Here’s another stellar day to schedule priority appointments and to get your message out to others.
The Moon in efficient Virgo sails out into quiet seas Monday morning as green lights are up. Luna sextiles practical Saturn at 3:32 PM, followed by the kiss of the day: Mercury Retrograde sextile optimistic Jupiter at 3:38 PM.
This sextile works for you all day long and encourages solutions and agreement in your home or office. Just double-check the details and take your time in traffic—this is the last week of Mercury Rx, thankfully.
One quack shows up tonight when the Moon squares impatient Mars at 10:30 PM. This is when you throw a penalty flag at the person who ate the last brownie.
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Easygoing. Tackle the hard jobs first thing Saturday morning as the Moon trines eager Mars and then sextiles the Sun at 8:10 AM. Caution lights come on a minute later as the Moon turns Void of Course until she enters practical Virgo at 6:08 PM. Hold off on making important purchases and decisions while the Moon is V/C, especially since Mercury is still Retrograde. Green lights come back on once the Moon changes signs, ending the V/C period.
One dreamy note appears in the heavens early Sunday morning as the Moon opposes spacey Neptune at 4:16 AM. Green lights come on at dawn as the Skywatch clears completely. Two kisses show up on Sunday. The Moon trines healing Pluto at 4:41 PM suggesting a good afternoon for social plans and deep conversations. Evening skies are loaded with good energy as sweet Venus sextiles Mars at 12:19 AM early Monday morning. Venus=love/$. Mars=power to acquire. Sextile=beneficial opportunity. It all adds up to a good evening for introductions, blind dates, and finding new sources of income/possibilities—reach out. As times change.
This is an excellent day for priority appointments, calls and business. Green lights are up as the Moon trines friendly Uranus at 9:58 AM encouraging agreement and positive reactions from others. Mercury Rx and sweet Venus meet in the heavens at 12:56 PM suggesting an excellent time for a power lunch or sales presentation.
The good vibes continue in the Skywatch as Luna meets upbeat and generous Jupiter in the heavens at 7:05 PM. Leo likes to party and the beat goes on as the Moon sextiles Mercury Rx at 1:22 AM early Saturday morning.
The only quack around follows as the Moon squares grumpy Saturn at 2:25 AM.
The Moon enters roaring Leo at 5:29 AM and sails out into calm seas for the rest of the day and night. Meanwhile, the Sun meets Mercury Rx in the heavens at 3:40 PM.
Expect the phone to be ringing. And good news is about as Mercury Rx sextiles/harmonizes with energetic Mars at 8:49 PM Thursday evening. And it gets better as Mercury and Venus meet in the heavens tomorrow and this energy is cooking Thursday night—reach out and speak up.
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The Moon in super–sensitive Cancer lines up in three challenging squares and one kissable trine on Wednesday. This is nothing to knock you off your horse, but this is the day when crying teenagers show up in the high school counselor’s office and when cranky customers seem to outnumber the good folks.
Luna squares Venus at 8:46 AM but then sails out into calm seas.
The best hours of the day for priority calls and business follow as Luna next trines dependable Saturn at 1:35 PM.
Caution lights come on as the Moon squares the Sun at 2:12 PM and then squares Mercury Rx at 6:27 PM. Luna then turns Void of Course until tomorrow morning.
Keep it simple Wednesday night.
A quiet but friendly Venus Jupiter sextile at 3:33 AM (CDT) is followed by the Moon trining dream maker Neptune at 4:18 AM on Tuesday. Both markers suggest a pleasant morning and a good time to get in touch with the people who can help you as green lights are up for work or play.
Be open to compromise as the Moon opposes stubborn Pluto at 4:02 PM. Evening skies are high energy as the Moon squares goofy and unpredictable Uranus at 10:07 PM. Followed by the Sun in sextile to eager Mars, exact at 2:19 AM early Wednesday morning.
Might be hard to get the kids to bed tonight—you, too.
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