Things might get off to a slow start this year, but then this is the norm for you or at least it has been. January is not an active point of any year on the job or career fronts for you, but that is about to change in a big way. Uranus spent six months in your work sector last year, in what was a chance to get a feel for what was possible and also to set some things in motion. Uranus retrograded back out in early November, but will return in early March, staying here until 2026. By this time next year, Uranus will be a fixed feature. The year begins with Juno in her early days in retrograde motion in your work sector. While Juno is a tiny player and does not have the ability or the desire to create a busy start to the year, she is keeping the wheels turning. With Mars returning next month and Uranus just weeks later, once the big boys arrive to really drive work and job matters forward, you will be ready. Juno is the queen of commitment and she was here at the same time as Uranus last year, so is helping you remain committed to things you began then. This makes it important to move into the New Year having something to commit to on the job front, even if it is just a belief, principal or idea. The less you can take action the better, with Mars returning next month to kick things off. The Moon’s return to your work sector from 15th January to 17th January will be a chance to touch base, giving you your first intuitive read on work and job matters for 2019. Likewise, you will have a chance to do the same on the career front, when the Moon moves through your career sector from 23rd January to 25th January.