January 29, 2020
Monthly horoscopes by Candace Looft, of Beyond the Veil Tarot / Collage by Janeva Zentz
This is the month to get on the same page financially with a partner. This may be romantic or professionally speaking. The full moon shines a light on what it is you need to feel secure. If you’ve had a situation where either you or a partner were reliant on each other, it’s is likely to come to ahead. Bosses may expect more and not necessarily want to pay more, and partners may come up short on bills. The beautiful thing is you are solid, and support is near. Use the Mercury retrograde to come up with a plan. This may be to pay off a credit card or propose a bonus system to create an incentive at work. The new moon will have you pursuing travel or spiritual pursuits. If there is a place you’ve dreamed of going, do your research first. If you’re considering applying for a program or attending a retreat, ensure you can afford it. Seek something affordable, research options, and plan for later this year.
Candace Marie of Beyond the Veil Tarot has her degree in Cultural Anthropology with a minor in Theology, and studied at the School of Evolutionary Astrology. She is also a graduate of Sacred Crossings Death Midwifery School, and a root worker and herbalist. Read her bio here, and catch more of her work on Beyond the Veil Tarot.
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with. Friendships may be at a crossroads. If you feel the need to expand socially, look into joining a group or association. Networking can bring in powerful new friendships and business contacts.
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