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The Moon’s return to your career sector on Monday was always going to be a valuable chance to check in, with this first visit for the year your first chance to get your bearings. When the Moon left just before Christmas the Sun had just left, Jupiter had left earlier in the month and Mercury was in his final days. As far as the Moon knew, all planetary activity on the career front was about to run its course, which it did. However, while your professional instincts and imagination would have told you otherwise, you ended 2019 with your career sector empty for the first time in 14 months. Yet when the Moon returns for its first visit to your career sector for the year, rather than to find that all planetary activity has run its course it will be to find that is has come back stronger than ever, thanks to Mars’ return 17 days earlier. This is the first time that the Moon and Mars have met up here in two years and when they come together on Tuesday this will be a catalyst for everything that has been waiting for the right trigger.
There is a small window in the very early days of the month where there is a chance to hang your professional hat on a hook by the door, put your feet up and take some well deserved time out. However, this is an extremely short window, with just five days separating Mercury’s departure from your career sector late last month and Mars’ return on 3rd January. Mercury’s departure brought over 14 months of continuous planetary activity to a close, with Jupiter’s 13 month visit having just wrapped up last month. Mercury allowed you to end 2019 with your head in the game and your feet on the ground, before putting out the ‘closed for business, back in five days’ sign. How you use those five days and especially the first two days of January are pivotal, because when Mars returns it will be to begin what could be some of the busiest weeks of 2020. Before leaving on 17th February, Mars will be on a mission to capitalise on all the momentum created during the 13 months that Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion was here. When Mars leaves next month there will be no planetary activity here until later in the year and with no planetary activity on the job front until July, this is when it will become more about the journey. Until then, Mars will be putting everything he has into gaining as much professional traction as possible. Had Mars returned in isolation it would have been to fuel your professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit and to provide the motivation to take your professional power back. However, Mars’ return isn’t in isolation, with literally years of effort having gone into getting you to this point. It is the untapped professional potential and the momentum Mars has to work with from the get go that could make these the most defining six weeks of this professional year. The Moon will make its first visit to your career sector from 20th January to 22nd January, giving you a valuable chance to check in. Meanwhile, the Moon’s first visit to your work sector for the year could have exciting implications across the income, work and career fronts from 12th January to 14th January.