Taking your work hat off over the Christmas, New Year and the holiday period is never going to be an option for you, due to the fact that the Sun will always return to your work sector just before Christmas, where he'll spend the first three weeks of every year. This means you will always have a running start and regardless of how much time you take off over the holiday period, you're able to keep your mind and ideas ticking over. This year you're likely to find that you don't have the motivation to jump back into things and just as well, for you're being warned to do anything but. For you will not only move into the New Year with Mercury in your work sector as well, but in retrograde motion. With the handbrake on, there was always going to be a need to hold back. Mercury will retrograde back out on the 5th January and it's when he returns on the 13th January, just eight days later, that your new professional year will really kick off. Returning with 20/20 hindsight and having had a chance to consider and reconsider your options, Mercury will flick the switch, allowing you to get your head in the game and get things moving. While the Sun will leave on the 20th January, taking the solar spotlight off your work situation, matters and options, Mercury will stay on until the 7th January, giving you time to tie up loose ends. The Moon will move through your career sector from the 7th January to the 9th January, while Mercury is gone and while the Sun has a chance to look to the future. As you look at your job options objectively, this will bring a chance to get your overall professional bearings and an intuitive feel for this new professional year.
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