Sagittarius: Career & Finance
2012: Sagittarius Career
This is truly your year to shine in the big leagues, Sag! First, you have Jupiter using its luck and charm to open several new and fabulous doors - many perhaps abroad - for your work until June. Jupiter asks you to expand your talents and what's possible with your work, and it's an excellent time for attracting mentors and advisors that want to help you. Don't be afraid to ask for any guidance or support you need.
Secondly, you have planet of action Mars powering your career sector for the entire first half of the year. Clearly the majority of your focus and energy will be pouring into professional pursuits until summer. Although Mars will be retrograde in your career house during the first four months, you'll still be working hard ... just more internally. This is the time to incubate new ideas and contemplate how to take your professional status to the next level. Come spring, you'll be a serious force to be reckoned with!
Saturn will be applying its final, patient pressure on your sector of long-range goals until October, so three-quarters of your year will be spent fine-tuning your bigger aspirations. Have you recorded your five-, ten- and even twenty-year plan? If not, it's time to get clear on where you'd like to be going. When Saturn moves on to your sleep and retreat sector in October, you'll be less inclined to focus on any kind of agenda. The last part of the year will be spent in a more introspective state, during which you'll rather pursue solitude than worldly success. It's a natural reaction to all the hard work you've channeled into your career throughout the first half of the year.
Who wants to spend as much time as possible at the yoga studio? Most likely, you! Try doing a few asanas wherever and whenever with the little one. It's never too soon to get them started so they can make it a healthy habit.
You have to avoid the temptation of asking for special treatment today -- it just causes problems in the long run! Things may seem to be more difficult than they really are to those in power.
You have a lot of manual dexterity, and you think working with high flame is fun, to boot. So go ahead and approach that renowned chef for an interview for your food blog (see if you can get some tips on how to flambe at the same time).
Make one simple change now, and you'll find yourself with lots of spending money to play with later. Learn how to do a home manicure, for example, or how to hem pants yourself. Then just watch the cash pile up!