It was only in the closing days of February that the Moon and Mercury left your work sector, allowing you to start the month with your head in the game and your instincts sharp from the get go, but with work matters having run their course, for now anyway. This marked the end of a busy and potentially game changing four months on the work front, ending with a clear sense of where things stand. From Mars' return in early November to Mercury's departure late last month, just a week after the Sun left, you had a chance to get a sense of what excites you, what your options were and to get everything out in the open. You might not be where you want to be and that's fine, but you have at least reached a point where everything is out in the open and for now you're happy to 'park up' for a while. With Mars returning to your career sector later next month to kick off your next round of career developments, March is a month where there is a chance for work matters to play out. This is also a chance to take a break before next month's career developments. If you have other things going on in your life you'll be happy to have work matters tick over and if everything else is hectic, you will even find the monotony of work somehow grounding and restful. As a transition month before the work developments of the last four months and the career developments from next month, the Moon's monthly visits to your two professional houses become a lot more important. The Moon will move through your career sector from the 4th March to the 7th March. Though not the last visit before next month's career developments, it will at least be a chance to start looking to the future. Late last month the Moon left your work sector just minutes behind Mercury, so when it returns from the 23rd March to the 25th March, things will have had a full four weeks to settle.
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