Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
You may have been doing fine, but your spouse may have been working on a start-up business, or you or your partner may have lost a long-held job. There are many possible examples—I am just trying to surmise why you’ve been so focused on your finances.
The effects of the pandemic rippled through the world economy touching nearly everyone. When the rebuilding process occurs later in a post-pandemic world, governments will be tapped out of money, as virtually all have had to do considerable, but necessary, deficit spending. (After the meeting of Jupiter and Pluto that happed three times in 2020, which produced large stimulus packages, when these two planets part, and they’ll be far enough apart beginning January 12, it always means the money deflates afterwards.) If you work for a company that does not have a stable income, you need to begin to move to a more successful company. Start making inquiries.
If you didn’t have a project you were investing in and getting ready to bring to market, your emphasis on money may have been because you took over the household books. It’s also possible that someone was paying you in tardy fashion (or not paying at all), and you spent much of the second half of 2020 trying to wrangle your money from that person or company.
Thankfully, Mars will finally change signs when Mars enters Taurus on January 6 to stay until March 3. Your focus on financial subjects will drop and return to a more normal situation.