Don't be deceived by a relatively quiet professional month, for this is the norm at this time of year. The last months were an aberration, in that Mars returned to your career sector in early January for what should have been a six week visit. In reality Mars didn't leave until late September, with his longest visit in decades spread out over two decades. Even after Mars left, the faster moving planets kept his legacy going through to November. This combined to leave you with a huge amount of professional momentum and untapped potential, with much of what began last year still unfolding. It is that potential and momentum that you're now starting to benefit from financially, with March likely to be a stunning month for the income developments. Yet as well as maintaining last year's momentum, you're also preparing for lucky Jupiter's return in October and the start of your biggest and most expansive professional year in over a decade. So while you have a relatively quiet professional month this is just what you need, as last year's developments continue to play out and as you prepare for what lies ahead. This makes the Moon's visits to your two professional houses especially important, especially as they will both play out while the Sun is still in your income sector. The Moon will move through your work sector from the 7th March to the 9th March, giving you an intuitive read on work matters as the Sun and Mercury are exploring all your income options. By the time the Moon returns to your career sector on the 16th March Mercury will have left your income sector and the Sun will be in his final days. In your career sector from the 16th March to the 18th March and the Sun leaving your income sector on the 20th March, the Moon will ensure your professional instincts are sharp at a critical point of the month for income matters.
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