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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Alternatively, it is possible that you will do very well at work, but that your mate or ex-spouse will become jealous of your success and give you a hard time. The financial loss I see could be that your mate or current steady date may owe you money (such as child support, the payment on a loan, etc.) which might be delayed or not forthcoming for any number of reasons. I am referring to both genders—the jealous person, envious of your success, could be male or female.
I have watched Hollywood, how women and men actors who win the Oscar often simultaneously lose their close romantic relationship. It happens so much that it cannot be a coincidence. It’s a shame—we all have a shot at success, and in an ideal relationship, we are with a partner who is happy and supportive of our achievements. Having said this, if you experience outstanding success this month, be sensitive to your partner’s feelings, for it’s often impossible for your partner not to feel a little diminished by comparison.
Mercury will start to go retrograde on October 31 until November 20, so in all areas of your life, you will need to conclude purchases, deals, and important meetings earlier. In terms of purchasing, for example, if you need a new refrigerator, dishwasher, or stove, or if you need a TV, car, smartphone, or computer, buy it in the first three weeks of October.
Indeed, aim to complete your purchases before October 21 because you will feel the onset of delays and postponements, forgetfulness, and general mayhem earlier, as you move closer to the official retrograde date. If you need to hire a contractor, do so early in the month. If any machine you own is wearing out, you will find out during Mercury retrograde.
It is never a good idea to make electronic purchases (or for machines with moving parts) while Mercury is out of phase. I would prefer you not take a job when Mercury is retrograde, but if you have been out of the workforce for a while, take it. If you find later you don’t like it, it’s always easier to find a new job, once you already have a job.