Australian Women’s Weekly NZ - - ASTROLOGY SPECIAL -

There's joy from chil­dren or a younger gen­er­a­tion, and later in the year Gemini will en­ter a won­der­ful ca­reer phase with new chances aris­ing.

May 22-Jun 22

l Love The op­por­tu­nity to add a child to your world is here and by Oc­to­ber you will have made a choice. In other cases, the suc­cess and hap­pi­ness of a son or daugh­ter will make both of you proud. 2017 is mixed. Se­ri­ous, slow, stuck sit­u­a­tions do af­fect your love life, yet a younger gen­er­a­tion will leave you over­joyed. Skip June for cou­ple’s de­ci­sions, new dates or break-ups – it’s ridicu­lously tough. Fam­ily From July 25 un­til the fi­nal shadow on Septem­ber 19 your rul­ing planet Mer­cury is ret­ro­grade or ap­pear­ing to move back­wards. This will af­fect fam­ily plans, so if you are or­gan­is­ing a re­union or de­ci­sion in­volv­ing a rel­a­tive, al­low for changes. If you have a Gemini or Virgo fam­ily mem­ber, or a chatty web or phonea­holic in the clan, he or she may be un­re­li­able at this time. Prop­erty choices are best avoided now too. Ca­reer The won­der­ful ca­reer phase in Oc­to­ber 2017 be­gins with a dream in Jan­uary-March. That dream is im­prac­ti­cal then and the full moon near March 12 may burst a bubble. Don’t lose your vi­sion of a job or course which feels like a hol­i­day from the real world, though, as from Oc­to­ber 10 chances rise. Near Novem­ber 18, a won­der­ful new phase in your work life is ready to be­gin. Watch job ad­ver­tise­ments then. Fi­nance Al­low for de­lays, reschedul­ing, er­rors or re­ver­sals with your money, house, busi­ness or pos­ses­sions in Jan­uary. On the 29th, though, it is time to talk or sign. A great deal of power or con­trol is at stake. Try to or­gan­ise your prop­erty or fi­nances and sign off on ma­jor con­cerns be­fore De­cem­ber 20. If you em­bark on a loan, mort­gage, con­tract or sim­i­lar in De­cem­ber, get ex­pe­ri­ence on your side. Read the fine print.

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