Sun 24 January - 2021

Sometimes progress means letting go of elements of the past before you take another step. That’s very much the case now. While you’re rarely sentimental, you’re clinging on to certain arrangements with the hope that, at some point in the future, you can revive these. Not only is it unlikely, it would be unwise.


Sun 24 January - 2021 To Sat 30 January - 2021

Ordinarily, when facing obstacles, your strategy is to focus on the quickest way to overcome them. However, the current planetary setup accents analysis. While ordinarily you’d avoid this dull approach, once you’re involved, what you learn about current dilemmas, potential difficulties and opportunities and, equally, the people involved will more than justify delays. Better yet, you’ll also begin rethinking your objectives for the coming weeks. 


January - 2021

Having spent much of the last half of 2020 reviewing what works, what doesn’t and where changes are needed, January’s events don’t just get you going. They also line you up with those who’ll be part of this cycle of personal reinvention, growth and discovery. Long ago, you decided to ignore those who insist you should plan ahead in detail. So even more, life’s about new ideas, places and people. If ever there was a time to both be spontaneous and trust your instincts, it’s now.

Year to Come


While 2020 was informative, it was also challenging, especially with your ruling planet Mars in Aries, from 28 June until 6 January, 2021. The challenge? Spotting and acknowledging which activities and alliances no longer serve or suit you, and exploring necessary changes. While, mostly, this is a relief, often letting go will be challenging, especially if you’re unsure what’s next. The solution? Making the best of your inquisitive streak, even if it means venturing into unfamiliar territory, personally, in terms of your work, relationships or even passions. Tempting as it is to make changes swiftly, then settle in, devote at least the year’s first half to exploring your options. One thing will lead to another, often in ways as thrilling as they are unexpected. Final plans? They can, and should, wait until later in the year.