Monthly News from Susan Miller
Happy New Year.
The day after Christmas I came down with terrible cold, so I spent the holidays inside recuperating and am now starting to feel better. I was so relived and grateful it was not COVID. Because I love to cook, I had made a big batch of chicken soup with many vegetables two months ago, and I have been living on that all week. I am so glad I have it.
I am excited to be back out at public events to speak and meet new people and reconnect with the ones I’ve met over the years. Unfortunately, because I’ve been sick, I had to cancel a few January appearances, including the special one on January 7 in Dallas, which is now rescheduled for February 18 in Dallas from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM with a lunch afterwards. At lunch I’ll be available to talk one-on-one and answer any questions you have. The topic will be the Year Ahead 2023, and I am honored to give the keynote speech
Your January Horoscope for Libra
Life should feel good this month, totally unlike the difficult aspects of November and possibly of the month before, October. The planets are humming along in rare harmony. You were lucky that Mars chose to stay in Gemini such a long time—since August 20—and will remain in this highly compatible sign to Libra until March 25. However, Mars has been retrograde during part of this period, from October 30, but Mars will go direct on January 12.
If you felt that progress has been slow in your career, or other matters, you can blame Mars being out of phase. The same is true if you found executives hard to reach or indecisive. That will change dramatically now. Think of Mars as the planet that pours high octane fuel into your car, and when he is asleep on the couch, we all feel a bit stymied. No matter what you did to get ahead probably didn’t work too well. That all changes now.
Mercury, Mars’ little brother, is a clever little prankster. He looks up to Mars, so when little Mercury found Mars asleep on the comfy couch, he decided he would go retrograde and take a nap too on December 29. Mercury will go direct on January 18.
As you see, January will have a slow start. That’s OK—holidays can be extremely busy, so having some time to move at a leisurely pace may suit you perfectly. There is one possible exception to this rule of January having a slow start, and it has to do with the lovely full moon of January 6.