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Horoscope for Aries

Work/life balance is likely to be an issue this month, except that it doesn't need to be. It all comes down to attitude, whether you choose to see work/life balance as a challenge or an opportunity. For what you have this month is strong personalities in play on both the home and professional fronts and by midmonth they will be in opposition, locked in a battle of wills. Yet the reality is, with Saturn and Pluto both in retrograde motion in your career sector and new doors not opening on the job front until August, but then kicking off the busiest months of 2019, you can afford to pace yourself. While the Sun was always going to return to your home and family sector on 22nd June and since Pluto's return to your career sector in 2008 has had to navigate around this, Mars refuses to do that. Mars will have the focus on home and family matters all month and where you are not able to devote the time you want or need to, he will fight back. Yet in reality, work/life balance is something that will not only benefit your home life, but your professional life as well. The incentive to get it right will come in the form of Mercury's return to a playful part of your chart on 27th June. A better balance between work and play is the perfect incentive to make work/life balance a priority. What can also help keep things in perspective is an adventurous Full Moon on 17th June. Positioned right in the middle of the month, the roots of this adventurous Full Moon run deep. As the only Full Moon while Jupiter is in your sector of adventure, travel, learning and discovery, this is something that won't be easy to ignore. This is at the very point of the month when work/life balance could be an issue, with a valuable chance to put things in perspective. Key to any kind of balance is communication.

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