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Your Horoscope for Cancer
Your big moment will come at the end of the month on June 28 at the new moon in Cancer when you will be able to voice your desires and set a plan in motion. You will crave travel, perhaps to visit relatives or to travel with your family, and if so, this will turn out to be quite a satisfying, happy trip. Venus and Jupiter will be in conversation, boosting your relationship with members of your clan, so spend quality time together. By July, you’ll have more time for friends, too. You should have no fear that you will lose momentum at work if you take your eyes off projects for a while. Apparently, you will have already put a lot of projects and relationships with clients in motion, and at times like these, it may feel as though your career almost has a life of its own. It does, dear Cancer—it’s called momentum. Yours appears to be proceeding beautifully thanks to all you’ve done previously, so don’t let any worries enter your mind.
When it comes to having fun with friends and romance, two days will stand out: June 11 and 18. The first brings joyous surprises—Venus conjunct Uranus in exact alignment should bring a spontaneous, impulsive invitation, and by all means, take it. What is life without surprises?
The other sweet day will be when Venus and Neptune are in supreme harmony, making June 18 a divine and quite glamorous day for romance, travel, shopping, parties, and all out fun. Venus will be in sensuous Taurus, and Neptune, planet of endless, unconditional love, will be in lyrical Pisces. This day will fall on a Saturday, so quickly make plans to step out and enjoy yourself to the fullest.
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