2012: Leo Overview
This is a year of fabulous fortune for you, Leo, especially in the career realm. You'll have jolly Jupiter on your team for the first half of 2012 while in the sign of loyal Taurus; during the year's second half, you'll have the lucky planet blessing your long-range goals and wishes. And if that's not enough of a cosmic bonus, Jupiter will also bring good things to your social life from July through the end of the year. Expect unprecedented party invites and new friends pouring into your life by the time summer arrives!
Mars will activate your financial sector for the first half of 2012, so expect a good portion of your energy to go into making (and spending) money. The first quarter of the year is a good time to conserve your resources and put more effort and reflection into how you can double your investments and increase your earning potential. When Mars comes out of retrograde in May, you'll be able to trust your instincts and spend your money more freely.
The eclipse season begins in May -- just in time to shake up your romantic sector for the summer! The new Moon solar eclipse in May brings the year's first winds of change into your love life. You may or may not be expecting such intensity in your romantic life, but you'll welcome it all the same. You've been daring life to take you on, and now you can finally meet a partner capable of handling your towering strength and confidence. After all, isn't it about time you met your match? And now that Saturn is moving out of your communication sector -- after two-and-a-half years of blocking your ability to speak from the heart -- you'll be back to your old outspoken self after October!
This is not a good day to get involved in financial dealings that involve other people. Your kiddo may make a good case for why you should underwrite their gift buying. But make sure you're not left footing the bill when they default on the loan!
Use your creative energy to find your way out of today's difficult situation. Things may get a little better on their own, but it's really up to you and your active imagination. Work it!
National Pastry Day coincides with you wanting to eat more greens. Maybe you could compromise and get a wedge of delicious spanakopita for lunch -- after all, the combination of spinach, garlic and phyllo does fall within the definition of pastry!
Every now and then you just need to break the rules, but if your workplace has a dress code, bend them gently instead of going for broke. Fishnets under a long skirt lets you secretly rebel, and no one's the wiser.