The other day you were so full of good vibes and diplomacy that you could have easily hit the U.N. and negotiated a win-win peace treaty for almost any conflict. Today, though, things are a little different. You may need to deal with relatives or coworkers who aren't feeling quite as warmly toward each other as they should. This could take every bit of your legendary tact and mediation skills.
It's a beautiful day on Monday. Even the muddy puddles look beautiful in their way. Still, just because the outward world is fine and dandy doesn't mean that the people around you are fine and dandy. Some of the people in your life are going to be downright cranky, most notably on Tuesday and Thursday. That's just about the last thing you need. Be nice, but avoid them at all costs. Why drag yourself down in dramas that have nothing to do with you? With this strategy, you'll end the workweek in high spirits. This weekend you're going to witness one of the most amazing sunsets you've seen in a long time.
It isn’t every day that you feel like a powerful force, but when influential Mars joins forces with Jupiter in intense Scorpio on January 6, you feel invincible. There may be times when you’ll have to hold back so you don’t overshadow the subtleties of the moment, but you could get used to receiving the respect that this transit provides.
Communications take on a very serious tone when Mercury moves into the Goat’s practical realm on the eleventh, and you do everything a bit more slowly and precisely. You aren’t in a rush, because you’d much rather see a venture through to completion and make sure it’s 100 percent accurate than rush and turn in an inferior project. You can get overwhelmed easily, so take as many breaks and big breaths as you need. Hitting a yoga class after a long and stressful workday wouldn’t be a bad idea!
The altruistic Aquarius sun joins forces with the airy Gemini moon on January 27, and the results can be very special. If you’re in the right place at the right time to be of service to someone else, the rewards far outweigh the challenges. Going above and beyond isn’t expected, but it’s so very appreciated.