Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Mars will move into your second house of earned income from June 11 to July 29, suggesting you will be motivated to increase your income, and if in sales, you may be so focused on your goal that you will impressively exceed your quota. Your expenses will be high during this period, but that will only fuel you to find new sources of income. If planning to take time off, do so in August—you will be too busy at work in July, and you will be lucky in July, too.
The full moon on June 24 will be quite spectacular for you. This full moon falls in Capricorn, and Jupiter, the giver of gifts and luck, will be temporarily in Pisces this month at an ideal angle to the full moon. This is the lucky break you might have been waiting to see happen, for it will unlock benefits from foreign executives, international markets, and any kind of import-export, as well as in the media, including publishing and broadcasting. You also will be favored in terms of academia and university matters.
Also at the full moon of June 24, a close relationship will reach a climactic point—you may get engaged or wed, for example, for this full moon is so sweet. In any case, you’ll need to decide whether to continue the alliance or end it. The alliance may be with your sweetheart or a partner/collaborator at work. Jupiter will be smiling at this full moon, so chances are, you will have a positive outcome. Your chances of getting more money from someone at this point in the month will be very strong
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