Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
All this emphasis on money and career won’t stop you from thinking about home and family. It seems something happy occurred earlier at the full moon December 29 in Cancer, or just before or after. You may have received a new piece of furniture or even moved into a brand new space. You could have had friends over, but that was a risky way of using this aspect—with a raging pandemic, you can’t be too careful. It was alternatively possible you were forced to take care of the well-being of one of your parents. My point is that life appears to be more balanced than it has been, and some of the pressure will start to come down when you don’t feel as much on display.
The full moon in Leo 9 degrees on January 28 will bring some excitement. It will shine in your eleventh house of hopes and wishes, indicating it is very possible that a dream or wish you’ve held for a long time will come to fruition. Jupiter is in that house now, as of last month, and set to stay for the lion’s share of 2021. The Sun is traveling with Jupiter, making this the Luckiest Day of the Year. Jupiter and the Sun will amplify the full moon in your eleventh house of hopes and wishes. (Last year, 2020, we didn’t have Jupiter conjunct the Sun. No Luckiest Day of the Year—no surprises there, right?)
I remember when I wanted a second baby. It was very dangerous to do so, but I wanted another baby despite all the doctors shouting at me. I was pregnant and fiercely wanted to keep the baby (not knowing the baby’s gender). My chart was mixed with some aspects in my eighth house looking really scary (“It shows the condition” my mother said nodding—the need to write your will and so forth. I asked, “It shows the condition but not the outcome?” “Right,” Little Mom answered—“you control the outcome.”)