Your January Horoscope for Sagittarius
At the same time, Venus’ brother Mercury, the planet ruling communication and contractual agreements, will also be retrograde, from January 14 to February 3, a period of three and a half weeks, a trend that happens every 12 weeks, roughly four times a year. You will soon find that getting answers and approvals to your ideas at work will take longer than usual, so go with the mood of the month, and take things slow and easy. Don’t press against delays—everyone will be feeling the same languid tempo.
These retrogrades mean that January will have a slow start, which might be fine with you, for you will have more time to spend on your private life and to continue the light and happy holiday spirit that infused you in December, keeping it alive in you over the weeks ahead.
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