Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
The only possible temporary impediment to your progress in your career or in any part of your life will be the impending move of Mercury retrograde, to start September 26 and finish October 18. When retrograde, Mercury acts like a little gremlin, messing up your best laid plans. You may see appointments cancel or be postponed or a lack in decisiveness in people you are dealing with. Miscommunications will proliferate.
Mercury rules the gears in machines and the computer chips in electronics, the reason you must not buy anything that has electronic chips inside or a machine during Mercury retrograde. You are likely to have some sort of problems with that item later and not enjoy the purchase as you had anticipated you would when you bought it. Be kind to yourself—buy early in the month, or put off that purchase until a few days after October 18.
When Venus moves through Scorpio (September 10 to October 7), it will be the ideal time to treat yourself to some new wardrobe items for the coming season. You can do Botox or fillers if you want. Women readers might want to try new cosmetic colors or choose a new handbag or other accessories. Men, I am sure you can find ways to look fashionable and to improve your appearance, too. Have some fun, from September 10 onward, staying away from the days that lead to Mercury retrograde, September 26.
Romantically, your very best night—married, attached, or single and hoping to meet “the one”—will be on September 29 when Venus and Neptune set up an evening to remember. Mark your calendar, and start now to book reservations.
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