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Horoscope for Scorpio

Professionally speaking, you have not only reached a quiet point in this professional year but with Mars spending the whole month in an adventurous part of your chart, there is a chance to take a break. While work and job matters will never go completely off the boil, the planets remaining in your work sector after Venus left last month are in no hurry. While they will keep the wheels moving, they are playing a long game. With Mars and the other planets returning to an adventurous part of your chart this month on friendly terms with Neptune in a playful part of your chart, there is a chance to find a better balance between work and play. With the Sun not returning to your career sector until later next month, the biggest danger isn't that by easing back you will lose your momentum. The biggest danger is not appreciating how important it is this month, to actively work to find a balance between work and play, exploiting this month's adventurous and playful conditions. For while it is true that the Sun won't return to your career sector until later next month, with Mercury returning on 27th June and Mars early next month, another busy chapter is just around the corner. Another thing that it is important to make time for, is Venus' final days in your relationship sector. Held back by a retrograde phase in 2018 Venus, planet of love was late returning to your relationship sector this year and is therefore late to leave. Until leaving on 9th June, Venus is working to inject some magic into your relationships, after the Sun wrapped up his relationship housekeeping last month. As always the Sun will keep the solar spotlight on your financial situation and money matters during the first three weeks of June. With Jupiter in your income sector and a Full Moon there on 17th June, there is a need to be mindful of a need for balance between money coming in and money going out from the get go.

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