Make the most of your people skills, make the big changes you want and need, and advance your goals for the future in 2017, Gemini. You'll have endless ideas and insights but it may be hard to activate them on your own. Talk, network, find partners, and team up when you think it's appropriate.
Mercury, the Sun, and Pluto in Capricorn kickstart one of your most practical and successful years. Also, a Jupiter-Uranus opposition lets you be as innovative and vast-thinking as you please. Think big and be prepared to make major changes before the changes find you first.
A Saturn-Uranus trine offers discipline and boldness to create the year you want without sacrificing those people or things important to your happiness and success.
Venus and Jupiter are powerfully opposed as the Sun enters Gemini in May, giving you clear observations and the ability to make confident, shrewd decisions. Mars is in Gemini then, too. Your batteries are fully charged and you're ready to go!
There's a lot of practical magic in your relationship this year. You can agree about what to do and how to do it. It's also easy to agree on what you should have and acquire. Mercury starts the year in the Earth Sign Capricorn. When the Sun enters Gemini, Mercury is in the Earth sign Taurus. This makes practical matters easy to discuss.
As the Sun enters Gemini, a forming Venus-Mars sextile creates an easygoing but also passionate atmosphere for love. Look forward to pleasant times together out in public, doing your favorite things. You will probably be the one to most often choose what and where.
If passions wane during the spring Venus retrograde, intimacy returns magnified as Venus goes direct on April 15 in supremely romantic Pisces.
When Jupiter leaves Libra in October and enters Scorpio, relationships can deeper and grow more serious. Refinement may be replaced with more basic devotion.
December is bustling, productive, and rich with mutual respect and more shared authority. The Sun, Saturn, and Capricorn are extremely strong now, and so are you and your commitment to each other.
The dating world is vibrant and beguiling in 2017. The Venus-Jupiter opposition draws people your way and suggests high standards for those new love prospects.
Venus is retrograde this spring and your social life might slow down. Be glad. Venus in Aries can be hyper. When Venus goes direct in Pisces on April 15, feelings may be more tender and compassionate. If making plans to secure a relationship or tie the knot, consider waiting until Venus is direct.
Jupiter is retrograde in relationship-happy Libra from February until early June. By summer, there should be no limit to the number of available love connections for you.
The sky is relatively peaceful until December when the Sun, Saturn, and Capricorn exert great influence. Why not share some holiday chores with a willing companion?
The fourth and final Mercury retrograde is in December. Take your time and get to know a special someone really well as the year ends.
Career and money concerns are highlighted all year long. The Sun-Pluto conjunction in Capricorn on January 6 guarantees that. The most intense periods to make career changes and reorganize finances could be in January, and then again in December.
In between are four Mercury retrogrades. The first three start in Earth Signs and end in Fire Signs. Take great care and patience and make plans as Mercury goes retrograde. Be prepared to launch ahead as Mercury goes direct.
The first period started last December but ends on January 8 in Sagittarius. The second starts in Taurus on April 9 and ends May 3 in firebrand Aries. The third starts August 12 in Virgo and ends September 5 in ambitious Leo. The fourth retrograde is entirely in daring Sagittarius, December 3 until December 22. Watch your spending and bookkeeping during these times.
Jupiter leaves agreeable Libra and enters Scorpio in October. Pragmatic bottom line considerations will matter more.
Saturn enters its home sign Capricorn in December, shortly before the Sun enters Capricorn and the Sun conjoins Saturn on December 21. Don't be shocked by the prospect of overtime during the holidays. It’ll pay off, literally and figuratively.