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During the second half of February, you want to get life started, and jump into a new project or idea. You’re enthusiastic, positive, and willing to do whatever it takes to get started. You’ve felt like you were on hold lately with your dreams, but that starts to lift, and you can hit the ground running. No one can stand in your way once you put your mind to starting something. Your only problem may be actually picking something for you to start, as you have plenty of ideas right now!
It hasn’t been an easy road for you lately when it comes to your career and goals, and you’ve felt frustrated more than you care for, but that changes come mid-February. You have plenty of goals that you’d like to pursue, but you’re not in any rush right now. You want to take some time to yourself so you can make sure you have everything you need and know what your plan is first. Getting all of the prep work out of the way helps so that when you get started, you won’t have to stop to do something you should’ve done before.
You’ve had a hard time getting anything off of the ground, or really understanding all that much lately, and it’s felt like something was always in your way whenever you tried to do something that would open up doors for you. That feeling begins to go away in mid-February, and during the second half of the month, you’re energized and focused on your goals. You can set a goal for yourself and work hard at achieving it, seeing just what you’re capable of and feeling that you can do even more.
You’re more ambitious during the second half of February with Venus and Mars entering your career and goals sector. You’re ambitious, you’re driven to succeed, you’re hard-working, and you’re focused. You have the discipline and control over yourself that you need, and you create long-term plans of action that are realistic and feasible for you. It’s a great time for you to set a goal, make a plan, stick with it, and see it through to the successful end.
Dealing with other people, personally and professionally, has been a trouble spot for you since mid-January, so come the second half of February, you prefer to do things on your own. You’ve seen that you can do the best work on your own right now anyway, and you enjoy the freedom of doing things yourself. You don’t need anyone else to do it for you. You’re more than capable and can do the best job possible. You step outside of your comfort zone, and you’re optimistic about it.
Your work life has been an issue lately, and you feel like giving up at times, but keep going. Things get better during the second half of February, and it can be a great time to do something that benefits not just you, but someone else as well. When it’s something that’s mutually beneficial, you can make the most strides, and having someone to help you professionally gets you back on the right track. This is also a good time for investigative work or research.
Work has felt like a chore lately, but with the new moon on the 18th in your work sector, and the Sun entering your work sector on the same day, you start to feel some excitement creep back in with your work. A new project inspires you, a new job opportunity uplifts you, or you find renewed vigor for the work that you do. You’re better able to manage the work you do, can spot the details from a mile away, and you get along better with your co-workers.
Your productivity increases during the second half of February with Venus and Mars in your work sector. You enjoy the work you do, you charm the right people, you have the energy you need to get as much work done as you can, and you can take on many new projects. The full moon on the 3rd occurs in your career and goals sector, so early in the month, you can be rewarded for good work, or experience setbacks that you need to work through later.
You’ve struggled with communicating properly lately, but that changes in mid-February, and you have an easier time understanding others and sorting through important information. The second half of the month is excellent for working on creative projects, especially anything with words (writing, speaking), and you can find inspiration everywhere you look. You channel your energy into something creative, and do better work as a result.
Money has been a trouble spot for you lately, but things change in the middle of February, and you can get a good grip on your financial life. You even come up with new ideas and ways for you to budget better, spend less on more, or make more money, taking full advantage of any financial opportunities you have. If you need help, look toward your family for ideas and opportunities later in the month. They could have an idea that you never would’ve thought of, but is just perfect for you to give a go now.
Getting anything new off of the ground has been a chore for you lately, and issues have plagued everything you’ve attempted. That changes in mid-February, and your mind works at its usual pace, you can communicate more clearly, and you can sort through your ideas easily. The new moon on the 18th occurs in your money sector, so you can take advantage of an opportunity presented to you that will help you increase your finances and put you in a better position moving forward.
The full moon on the 3rd occurs in your work sector, so you can finish a work project with this full moon, or feel that you need to walk away from your job, but it’s best to wait a little while before making such a big decision. Venus and Mars are in your money sector during the second half of February, giving you a financial boost. You have energy and drive to improve your finances, and have an easier time getting your hands on money you need. Just don’t splurge too much!
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