Your January Horoscope for Aries
Your mind will switch to home and family at the full moon, January 17. Within five days of this date, you may sign a lease on a new apartment, close on a house, or see new furniture be delivered that you chose a while back. You may welcome a family member who will be in town to see you, so you may want to fluff up your guest room to get ready.
Mercury will go retrograde on January 14 until February 3, so while that’s NOT a time to order furniture or sign on a house or apartment, you can do any of those early in January (as early as possible). If you ordered furniture some time ago and are receiving it after January 14, be sure to be home when it is delivered even if you have to ask for a few hours off (or work at home). You will need to check the product when delivered to make sure your order is in good condition.
Venus will be retrograde almost all month, until January 29, having started to go backward on December 19. This is not the month to change your appearance. Don’t make a radical change to your hair, say, from brunette to blonde, cut your long hair very short, or shave off your beard suddenly. Doing good grooming, such as going for hair trims is fine, but for bigger shifts, sit tight for Venus has a lot to do with your good looks. Put off scheduling Botox and fillers, and also don’t ask your dentist to put on veneers. If you are in charge of launching a product aimed at women, put off your launch until February or, better yet, March for best results. Take it slow this month, and rest up—you will be busy in the months to come.
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