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There was a huge amount of planetary shifts in the last 10 days of July, creating a very different line up as you move into the new month and as a result, making August a very different month. Two of those changes were Venus and Mars' return to your work sector, opening the doors to new opportunities on the job front much earlier in the year than they normally would and with much bigger implications. Last year Venus didn't return until September and Mars didn't return at all, together creating a lot of momentum before Mercury returns on 12th August and the Sun on 23rd August. This will have positive implications across the income, work and career fronts. Meanwhile, in between Venus and Mars' return to your work sector, there were two very different shifts. A day after Venus returned to your work sector the Sun returned to a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart, ahead of Mercury's return on 28th July. Just as Venus and Mars kick off what could be the busiest month of the year, the Sun and Mercury will be working hard to ensure you have the right balance between work and play. Another shift in the final days of July will make that easier though not without some challenges. Another of the planetary shifts in the final days of July was Jupiter's return to a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart, where along with Saturn he will be calling for more time to hear yourself think. Jupiter returned a day before Mars returned to your work sector, making it clear from the start that you must know when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off. Yet in a month when a balance between work and play is being policed though only until 23rd August, this is key to having it all. Especially with Venus returning to begin something special on the relationship front from 16th August.

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