Gemini: Career & Finance
2012: Gemini Career
Neptune, the planet of inspiration, moves back into your career sector this February to work its mystical glamour for the next several years. This is a time when your dreams and visions insist on becoming tangible realities. A quality of inspiration infuses all that you manifest over the next 12 months, so consider the world your creative oyster! No longer will you work just for the sake of earning a wage; rather, your career promises to become more of a soul-calling. The only downside to this influence is that it can sometimes bring confusion or disillusionment. If this is the case, trust that it's simply a necessary sacrifice that will later bring deeper levels of fulfillment.
Mars, the planet of action, will be out of phase for the first four months of the year, putting everyone in a more introverted frame of mind rather than visualizing the future. You usually thrive on continuous movement, but this imposed pause in the action couldn't come at a better time. Use this energetic slowdown to properly integrate all your sources of inspiration and recent feedback. Your whole concept of work is in a profound process of metamorphosis right now.
Saturn, the cosmic taskmaster, enters your work sector in October, where it will take up residence for the next two-and-a-half years. This is a time to transform your daily schedule and weed out any methods that waste time. You'll begin to take your talents more seriously and realize that you deserve higher pay and, more importantly, a higher ranking. Integrity in your work style becomes the theme for the last few months of the year, ultimately setting the tone for 2013.
You and the kiddo are on the move again today, and will meet lots of people. One of them might become a good friend for life or a parenting mentor. It's good to know there are folks willing to stick with you for the long haul.
You may have a hard time keeping your tasks straight today -- so make a list or two! Even if you spend more time writing them down than actually doing them, it's still a good use of time.
You don't have to go cheap if you're on a budget. Upscale bistros, for example, offer prixe faire (fixed price) menus with limited choice, but delicious flavors. So if you're watching your bottom line, find a more creative way than ramen to do it.
There's nothing like playing fashion police in your head or with a likeminded friend, but make sure you're discreet. After all, one woman's must-have item is another's what-was-she-thinking? Live and let live.