News from Susan Miller
I know you have been waiting for my Year Ahead 2022 forecast, and it is here! Read on!
My manuscript for the Year Ahead 2022 is tucked inside a very special luxe beauty and wellness box of products called The Cosmic Collection, which I did by teaming up with Instyle Magazine and Brandshare. Choose your box of products by your element—Fire, Air, Earth, or Water—and you will find beauty products that I selected for you in collaboration with the beauty editors of Instyle. Lots of thinking went into my selections. This is a great way to shake out of a beauty rut for the New Year 2022 and find new products that I feel you will love.
Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
This will be a somewhat difficult month, so start by lightening up your calendar so that you have space to move in any direction that you may need. Uranus, your ruling planet, will be acting in a wild and wooly way all month. No matter what you think will happen, won’t, and something else will. This month is a test of your resourcefulness and ability to turn on a dime at a moment’s notice.
This trend will start on November 4, the new moon in Scorpio, 13 degrees, in your prestigious tenth house of career, your reputation, your legacy, and your future professional victories. Usually, a new moon in the tenth house is exciting because a favorable new moon brings opportunities. This one is flawed because Uranus will directly oppose the new moon and Sun from your fourth house of home.
This suggests to me that you may be offered a dream promotion or new position from a competitive firm but not be able to accept because the timing is off, and those at home who love you and need you to help them will make you think twice about accepting. You may have responsibilities for a child with special needs or an aging parent who desperately needs your attention. Taking on a new job may represent bad timing right now, for you may feel that there is no one to fill in for you as you take on more duties for you career. The beginning of any new job is the toughest with new people, new procedures, new type of work—so much to learn.
If that is not the case for you—that possibility does not resonate for you—you might be offered a job in a distant city and either hesitate to move or have problems you don’t expect finding suitable housing while also having problems selling your present condo or house for a decent price. If you have children, uprooting them to a new city adds another layer of problems. You see my point—something going on at home will likely interfere with your plans for your career.