The fact that you will have your professional hat on at this time of year is a given, due to the fact that the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of March in your career sector. Yet in saying that, with Neptune in your career sector until 2026, there isn't a point in any year when you don't have your professional hat on to some degree or other. The difference is the level of focus, for when there are no faster planets moving through things settle back to a steady momentum. That all changed when Mars returned to your career sector just before Christmas, where he not only moved into the New Year alongside Neptune, but aligned. This allowed you to literally start the year with your professional passions and dreams aligned. Mars didn't leave until the end of January and with Venus having returned early in the New Year, this gave your professional year a dream start. While both have moved on, the Sun was able to piggyback off their momentum when he returned on the 19th February. Mercury's return and a solar eclipse here in the later days of February gave your new professional year it's last real push, with its tailwind in effect from the get go. Until Mercury leaves on the 14th March you're able to keep your head in the game, working on the professional game plan and resolutions that will give this professional year a roadmap. The Sun will stay on for another six days, keeping the solar spotlight on your career and professional situation, matters and options until he too leaves on the 20th March. This is the point where things should settle back to the steady momentum that the year will maintain and for a while that will be the case. However, expect some unexpected developments when Venus retrogrades back in for a double dip visit in April, one that will start on the 4th April and span almost the whole month.
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