Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
You will have all the time you need to improve your understanding of the expectations regarding the job or new venture, and clarifying that description will ensure your success in this venture.
I know Mercury retrograde can be frustrating, but we are all in the same boat with the trickster’s delays and miscommunications. Be more deliberate in all your actions, and make sure you don’t leave your electronic treasures behind on an airplane, taxi, or train. (Also, don’t keep your cup of coffee near your computer on a plane. Turbulence led to spilled coffee on my laptop, and while Apple fixed it perfectly after one week in repairs, I had to buy a new MacBook Pro instantly, so I would not lose writing time.)
Earlier I mentioned the possibility that you will be working with a partner on this new project or venture. That collaboration will crystallize on the full moon, on February 8 or 9 (plus four days or minus two days). (Whether the full moon falls on February 8 or 9 will depend on your time zone.) The full moon will glow in your opposite sign of Leo at 20 degrees, and Leo rules your house of serious, committed partnerships and collaborations, usually covered by a contract. It’s a good time to hire a new accountant, financial advisor, manager, agent, nanny, publicist, social media director, or writing partner—you get the idea. Anyone who works with you in a one-on-one way would be covered by your partnership sector, and this full moon will favorably highlight this person.
Now, let’s say you are not looking for a new job but rather are dating someone you love with all your heart. At or near the February 8-9 full moon, you may receive a marriage proposal. A week later, you could celebrate your love for each other and announce your engagement publicly, on Valentine’s Day. Perfect!
This full moon of February 8-9 is lovely because action planet Mars will send magical beams to the Sun and full moon. There is so much harmony that I can see the little hearts flying through the air above you.