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horoscope for Taurus

Because the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of September in a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart before returning to your busy work sector, a balance between work and play is always a priority at this time of year. Even more so as the lines are a lot more blurred this year, with strong influences in play on both sides of life's fence. The Sun is not on his own in a playful part of your chart, with Mars here until 15th September and both forming a friendly aspect to Pluto, in his last full month in retrograde motion in an adventurous part of your chart. Yet even before Mars returns to your work sector on 15th September and the Sun on 23rd September, Venus and Mercury not only start the month here but are riding the wave from a Full Moon on the career front late last month. While the Sun, Venus and Mercury return to your work sector at around this time every year and Mars returns roughly every 22 months, it is the first time in over a decade they have returned to find lucky Jupiter in your career sector. Along with Saturn but also the dwarf planet Ceres and the North Node in your income sector, Jupiter is just part of the reason why this could be a game changing month across the income, work and career fronts. This makes the work/life balance from both a clash between the Sun and Jupiter and a Full Moon in the latter part of last month a timely reminder. Meanwhile, while Venus is the planet that got things off to an early start on the job front, she will leave on 11th September, taking off her planet of money hat as she leaves, wrapping up a mission to fuel your job confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction. It is then that Venus will don her planet of love hat as she becomes the first planet to reach your relationship sector this year.

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