Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
That full moon will coincide with the Luckiest Day of the Year, January 28, when good-fortune Jupiter will conjunct the Sun. This ensures generous pay and one that could have global appeal. Saturn will be conjunct the Sun too, so you may feel quite a bit of pressure when responsibility is put on your shoulders. Still, that combo—Saturn conjunct the Sun—tends to be present when a person reaches for the stars and hands in superb work. It looks like the assignment that will come up will help you display the range of your talents.
As Mercury will retrograde from January 30 to February 20, it seems certain that someone from your past will call you and ask you to associate together again to create exciting results. If a company, client, or person from your past is involved, that would be very lucky for you—almost “meant to be.”
When it comes to love, think back to the last days of 2020 when a full moon on December 29 spotlighted you and your love life and brought a romantic episode that you may long remember. That full moon was strong through New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. If you are dating seriously, you might have received (or given) a proposal for marriage. Even if you did not (or if you are already married), it was still a happy time. Hopefully you chose not to travel, not even a short distance—you were feeling a need for privacy and rest.
Consider joining a professional club and attend online Zoom lectures and conventions to stay clued into industry trends. Your planets will be twinkling brightly in the group area of your chart, and with Jupiter in futuristic, digitally oriented Aquarius, attending online will be luckier for you than going in person.