Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Keep in mind that Mercury will be retrograde until October 18, a trend that started last month on September 26. There could be several changes to the projects you are working on at the office, so be flexible when those changes show up. It is alternatively possible that a member of your staff will announce a departure, causing a bit of mayhem until you find a suitable replacement. In anticipation of this, keep résumés on file or a list of temporary workers you can call on if you need to hire someone quickly.
You should not make any new hires while Mercury is retrograde, but you can interview candidates and allow for a trial employment period. Avoid signing a contract or buying electronic items during the retrograde. Leave a space of days after October 18, the date Mercury goes direct, as you need to give Mercury a little time to regulate its direct orbit.
Important changes could occur in your life as present situations wind down to make room for the new, and those changes may be coming sooner than you might think. Before you get to February, your best career month of 2022, you will need to get through a difficult new moon next month in your opposite sign of Scorpio, November 4, and you’ll also experience two eclipses. The first one will be a lunar eclipse in Taurus on November 19, and after that, a new moon solar eclipse in Sagittarius on December 3.
Circle October 28 when Venus, your ruling planet in Sagittarius, will receive shimmering beams from good-fortune Jupiter in Aquarius. This should bring a fantastic opportunity to elevate your career.