Weekend or not, as Mars spends his last full day in your work sector there is a need to have your work hat on. The pace of your professional year will drop back once Mars leaves tomorrow, but the direction, path or intentions he leaves you with will be set in motion. In the process, dare to take a fearless approach to what's possible.
Jupiter's departure from your work sector last week, Mercury's earlier this week and the Sun's tomorrow is bringing a defining chapter to a close. However, it is not bringing work and job matters to a close. Instead, with Venus staying on board and Mars returning tomorrow, the planets that can exploit all the real potential are just 24 hours away from taking the wheel.
As Jupiter spends just his second weekend in your work sector in over a decade, support is literally growing by the day. After Mercury's return earlier in the week and the Moon's return yesterday, the Sun is now just a day away. As each day passes another layer of understanding emerges, with nothing but good news in front of you.
As the Sun spends his last full day highlighting your needs on the home front and for work/life balance, all you need to do is pay attention. With the pace set to rise on the work and job fronts in the final two months of 2017 and first two months of 2018 there is a need to pace yourself. This is all about learning from the past, while facing the future with confidence.
As Mars spends his last full day in your income sector he is less focused on what you're able to fight for or achieve now, as he is in steering work and job matters in a lucrative direction. Working with his ally Pluto, still in his early weeks in direct motion in your work sector, the planets of war and revolution are preparing for the massive job growth ahead.
While the South Node has been in your work sector for five months, the journey still has another 11 months to run. Yet it is only now, as things start to come together on the income front that you're starting to trust the strong sense of direction emerging on the job front. You will feel this by the fact that it has a stronger pull than the money. No amount of money is going to tempt you onto a different path.
As much as the work tension and job pressure at the start of the week has dropped back, it won't ease back completely until Mars leaves a reflective part of your chart and returns to Libra tomorrow. Mars is fighting for a need for time out to recharge your batteries and it is a fight he needs to win.
As much as keeping your work or professional hats off has proven nigh on impossible this year, in the last full day of your old solar year there is a need to at least keep this to a minimum. Unless something is urgent it can wait, with a need to avoid over thinking things. Schedule as much time as possible for navel gazing over the weekend.
Mars' last full day in your career sector does mean keeping your professional hat on over the weekend, but his focus is more on the things that excite you, your professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit. Don't waste this by over thinking the 'when, where and how'. Instead, take a fearless approach to striking out in a direction that excites you, trusting that you can figure it out as you go.
The Sun's last full day in your career sector brings a need to keep your professional hat on, but also to have your eyes open and head out of the sand. The Sun's job is to look at things objectively and in a black and white way. Just as it is Venus' job to look beyond 'what is' and it will be Mars' job from tomorrow to make things happen.
For the first time in over a decade you have the Moon, Mercury and Jupiter in your career sector and with the Sun returning tomorrow, things are already starting to come together. To start with, Jupiter's return 11 days ago was more a chance to get your bearings, whereas now you're getting the support to start making things happen.
With the Moon returning to your career sector tomorrow you can afford to take a wait and see approach. This will be the Moon's last visit with Saturn on his own for another three decades and with things set to start coming together from early next month, the coming days are more about gaining as much insight as possible. Already there is a need to have your finger on the pulse and ear to the ground.