Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Another day when the stars above will be twinkling brightly will be July 20, when Mercury will receive dazzling beams from surprise planet Uranus. You will feel playful and spontaneous, a perfect day to include if you are planning a trip. All the qualities of the new moon that I outlined will come into play.
Now let’s talk about the position of Mars, which will be touring Leo, you sixth house. That immediately tells me you’ve had a heavy workload. Friends may be posting pictures on Instagram and Twitter of fun parties in the Hamptons, Europe, or in pretty bars and restaurants in your city while you’ll be burning the midnight oil.
July and August will bring you many projects, but you will be happy to have a job you love and to be in demand. You will also be happy that your job allows you to showcase your talents. You will have your chance to have more carefree time, but just not now, in July, nor in most of August. Shortly after Mars leaves Leo, your work-a-day sector, on July 29, the new moon in Leo on August 8 will bring more assignments. You may have a seasonal type of job that a makes you busier in mid-year months than most people. With so many people out of work due to the pandemic, you will be the exception, and you will be able to build savings, if that is a goal.
Here is why I feel you will enjoy the work you’ll do in July. Mars is considered a sexy cosmic lover when combined with Venus in the same sign. Together they set off sparks of love, but the problem is they are rarely together. They typically can only manage to meet once a year—and this year they will meet on July 13 in Leo, your house of work projects!