Libra: Career & Finance
2013: Libra Career
Money and career are inextricably linked this year for you. Time is money, and you're not willing to give away this precious commodity without proper compensation. You're extremely driven by security and the desire to attain more financial stability for the long-term. With Saturn's backing in your money sector until 2015, you'll realize the value of saving and living within your means. Debt is no longer appealing, and you'll no longer resort to it unless absolutely necessary.
The eclipse points are also impacting your money zones this year, which will help tap you into your resourcefulness. Even if you never thought you had a head for business, get ready to learn the ins and outs of making money. You'll be eager to learn now that Saturn is applying pressure, along with the nodes of the Moon. This means you have the most room for growth and change in your financial arena than anywhere else during 2013. Use it or lose it.
Other career support and benefit comes during the second half of the year when lucky Jupiter moves into your career zone. This is an awesome time for expansion and taking a great leap of faith to push your career potential up a notch or two. Of course, this will put your scales out of balance -- but for a very good cause. Risk-taking and breaking out of familiar territory are the prerequisites for greater success and a higher income. Plus, you have to shake things up sometimes in order to keep the creativity flowing and working in your favor.
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