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If you are going to suffer cabin fever from being on home isolation or to suffer a case of Mondayitis because life is too busy it is more likely to be on Monday. Not because Monday is the day that those of us that don’t feel ready to return to work are forced to or those that should be at work can’t and all because of Mars. On Monday Mars is in his final hours in an adventurous part of your chart for another two years and is adding enough fuel to his passion for adventure to last you through until his return in 2022. Even if life was back to normal this is not something many of us can drop everything and embrace and Mars knows that, but he wants to leave you willing to embrace life where you can. By Tuesday Mars will not only be in his early hours in your career sector but along with Venus’ return to your income sector this coming weekend, will be part of a groundswell of momentum across the income, work and career fronts.
While the Sun won’t return to Taurus until 20th April to begin your birthday month and new solar year and Mercury until 28th April, the month begins with Venus already here. This is giving you a jump on your birthday month at the same time that Venus’ departure on 4th April will create a sizeable firebreak between the two. There are 16 days separating Venus’ focus on giving your heart a voice and the start of your birthday month and new solar year. This gives Venus time to first focus on the ‘what’ before you need to look at the ‘when, where and how’. Until leaving Venus is taking advantage of a friendly aspect to the planets in an adventurous part of your chart, where things are becoming more confident but also more low key and stable. This is something that the Sun and Mercury will tap into when they return. Yet the month begins with your old solar year still playing out and the Sun in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart until 20th April, until then you may find that the lines between the past, present and future are blurred. This is a time of year for reflection and this is why a Full Moon on 8th April will put a balance between knowing when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off to the test. This is a Full Moon that will always fall in your work sector at some point during the month long wind down of your old solar year and is always a valuable chance to put this to the test. However, with this Full Moon part of an explosion of potential across the income, work and career fronts, the timing couldn’t be better. It was Saturn and Mars’ return to your career sector in the final 10 days of March that has turned this professional year on its heels, just as Venus’ return to your income sector on 4th April will begin the most potentially lucrative months of 2020.