Your free Libra career horoscope for today, this week and this month. Consult your Libra horoscope to help guide your work & career decisions.
Starting the week with the Moon in your income sector won’t just be an advantage financially but professionally as well. Even on its own, starting the week with a sharp nose for money and a lucrative sense of direction will put things on the right foot from the start. However, it is what is happening professionally that gets the week off to such a positive start across the income, work and career fronts. Again, in isolation, the Moon’s friendly aspect to the Sun and Mercury in your career sector and to Jupiter and Neptune in your income sector before leaving on Tuesday gets the week off to an empowered start. However, with the Sun leaving on Friday, Mercury next week and Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion in his last full week in your work sector, this is an advantage at a critical point in this professional year. Because of the timing, this could have long term implications.
Because the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of July in your career sector, the solar spotlight is always on your career and professional situation, matters and options at this time of year. The difference this year is that so much water has already passed under the bridge that instead of getting things started for the year, this is a month for tying up loose ends. Venus, who last year didn’t return to your career sector until August and Mars, who didn’t return at all have both been and gone by the time you move into the new month. Venus only left in the closing days of June and Mars two weeks earlier, giving the Sun a head start and a lot of inherited momentum. The one planet yet to return is Mercury, whose return on 12th July will mark the point when it becomes more about tying up loose ends and setting things on the path they will continue on. Partly because Mercury will be the last planet to leave your career sector this year, partly because of his intellectually savvy edge and partly because the Moon’s departure a day before will wrap up a New Moon that on 10th July will give career matters all the momentum they need. In other words, by the time Mercury returns there is no longer anything you are waiting for. The Sun’s departure on 23rd July will take the solar spotlight off career matters but Mercury will continue to tie up loose ends until leaving on 28th July. This will end all planetary activity on the career front but it is just a day later that Jupiter will retrograde back out of your work sector. After two and a half months of planting seeds, working with dreamy Neptune to update your dreams and explore your options, Jupiter leaves in order to let things settle before returning in December to start over again. Within the space of 24 hours, this will see the number of planets on the job front half and all planetary activity on the career front end, with a chance to finally step back and let the impact from months of extreme planetary activity play out.