The moon is void-of-course/VOC* at 3:02 a.m. ET. The Aquarius Moon makes its entrance at 5:58 a.m. which stokes the potential for conversation and networking.
A Venus/Saturn picture in the early evening suggests the need to define what matters to you. Although some compromise may be necessary, it shouldn’t cost your joy. Sometimes we can’t even imagine alternatives because our grip is so tight on what appears to be the only option. In the late evening, ideas may light like dry wood to a flame.
The big news is that Mars goes direct at 9:31 p.m. ET. This may be a particular relief to those with Aries or Scorpio strong in their horoscopes. Mars direct means that from our perspective here on Earth, it appears that the Red Planet holds still in the sky before it slowly turns back to straight-ahead motion. It had appeared to go backwards (retrograde) for months, due to a different orbit length of than the Earth. This is like when you pass a slower moving car on the highway, that car appears to be moving backwards.
Since Mars is now back in forward motion, you may see the thaw as projects that have been delayed get back on track. You may want to make an overture to reconnect with someone for a project you had put on hold.
Since Mars is in Libra, relationships are pivotal for the success. Listen to what key players say over the next couple of week to determine who is with you and who is not.
*Moon VOC/Void-of-Course… in Capricorn, organizing and filing is like a well-oiled clock. Goals are on the mind, but when the list is too long, achievement is slight. Make a list and put it away to prioritize another day. You might also like to garden or finish up any loose end from work.