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The two planets that will have the biggest overall impact or will determine the theme of any year are Jupiter and Saturn and for the first time since 2019 they are on different pages and it will stay that way. After spending almost all of 2020 in your work sector and then almost all of 2021 together in your relationship sector, they are finally playing different games and it will stay that way for the next two decades. Saturn is staying on in your relationship sector and after Jupiter left on 29th January, he is giving you the determination to do whatever it takes for as long as it takes in order to turn possibilities into reality. Saturn will have some help when Mercury, the planet of communication returns to your relationship sector on 2nd January and the Sun on 20th January. Mercury will turn retrograde on 15th January before retrograding back out on 26th January, spending much of the month working to ensure the communication lines are open, including time spent giving the past and unsaid words a voice. Meanwhile, Jupiter has moved on and begins the year with dreamy Neptune in your financial sector. Neptune has been here since 2012 so your financial dreams should be well established now that Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion has returned to help make them a reality. This makes 2022 a year for financial growth and expansion. Meanwhile, while January is likely to be an increasingly busy month, especially on the job front, starting the year with both the Moon and Mars in a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart makes it easier to maintain a balance between work and play. However, while the Moon will leave and join a growing number of planets in your busy work sector on 2nd January it is not until Mars leaves on 25th January that the busiest weeks of the year will begin. This will also end all planetary activity in a playful part of your chart, making these early weeks important.