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Horoscope for Sagittarius

While the adventurous lunar vibes that came into play over the weekend will spill into the early hours of the week, things will take a professional turn on Monday. Even though you still have Venus in a playful part of your chart until Wednesday, as the Moon returns to your career sector on Monday this will add to the focus that is already on income and job matters. With the Sun in his last, Mercury in his first, last and only full week in your work sector and Venus returning on Wednesday, the Moon's professional instincts and imagination kick in with perfect timing. Especially as the Sun begins the week aligned with Pluto and Saturn, in their early weeks in retrograde motion in your income sector. This gets the week off to a good start across the income, work and career fronts. Meanwhile, Mars' departure from your relationship sector on Thursday will take the pressure off you and your relationships, as Mars turns his attention onto taking your financial power back.

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