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If you begin the week feeling more refreshed it is because, whether you worked through the weekend or not, the professional gods took their first weekend off in three months. It was Mars’ departure from your work sector last Thursday that not only wrapped up what can often be a manically busy period, but left you with no planetary activity there. Until the Sun and Mercury return on Tuesday, this is a valuable chance to catch your breath and to even take your work hat off. While the Sun and Mercury don’t bring the almost constant need to remain busy that Mars brought, they will benefit from the trails he has forged and the momentum gained. Mercury is only here for 15 days, so from the get go will be on a mission to get your head in the game, ideas on the table and the communication lines open. The Sun will keep the solar spotlight on work and job matters for the coming month, with Venus returning next month to bring everything together.
No matter what and no matter how slow your professional year has been to get off the ground, the one thing that you can count on is that work and job matters will gain momentum in the latter part of May. That is because the Sun’s return to your work sector on 21st May is something that happens at this time every year, turning the solar spotlight onto your work situation, job matters and options. Often this is the first planetary activity in either of your two professional houses for the year and your first chance to explore new options. While the Sun will return to your work sector on 21st May it will be to find that new paths and trails have already been forged and there is likely to be a considerable amount of movement on the job front. This is thanks to Mars’ return at the end of March and his position here until 16th May. The fact that Mars will leave just five days before both the Sun and Mercury return on 21st May means they will benefit from the traction he has already created, while he is free to leave things unfinished. Mars has a reputation for starting things but not finishing them and if have found yourself enthusiastic about something in the past but then lack the motivation to bring it home, often you find that Mars was there at the creation, but didn’t stick around. However, it is not Mars’ job to bring things home and here you have the perfect makeup, with the Sun and Mercury returning to finish what he starts. This means that while Mars is here you can throw yourself into the things that excite you, following where his work passions, fighting and competitive spirit draw you. The Moon will make its last visit before Mars leaves from 6th May to 8th May. This will give you a better read on how to make Mars’ final days count. It is during Mars’ last full day that the Moon will return to your career sector, coming full circle from not only last month’s Full Moon but a Full Moon four weeks earlier. This could see a lot of action on the job and career fronts on and around 15th and 16th May.