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Horoscope for Sagittarius

As Jupiter spends his first full month in retrograde motion in Sagittarius there is a chance to catch your breath, for the first time since his return in November. Jupiter was always going to spend the middle four months of his 13 month visit in retrograde motion and in retrograde motion now until August, this is when this retrograde phase begins in earnest. Yet with May also likely to be a busy month, you might need to tweak your time management, until you find the magic balance point between knowing when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off. For with the Sun in your work sector until 21st May and Venus from 15th May, there will be a need to keep your work hat on as much a possible. However, balancing your time is not the only juggling act this month, with a need to also find a balance between your personal and relationship needs. While the Sun and Mercury won't return to your relationship sector until 21st May, with Mars here until 16th May there is some competition. Especially with Mars and Jupiter in opposition during the early days of the month. Fortunately, there is a lot of support from Mercury, the planet of communication this month. Until 7th May, Mercury is focused on giving your heart a voice, while from 21st May will be focused on giving your relationships a voice. Yet if you think balancing your personal and relationship needs and knowing when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off isn't enough to focus on, a balance between work and play is also required. For while Venus, the planet of love is only in a playful and romantically charged part of your chart until 15th May, she leaves behind forces that are not going to drop back anytime soon. It is during Venus' final days that a mix of both playful and adventurous forces will come together as if to press the point home.

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