24 October to 22 November
You don’t quite have the security you desire but you’re certainly on a better path to achieving it. This year the improvements to your finances continue and, once you have a bit of money behind you, everything else becomes easier.
Your job counts but don’t be surprised if progress towards promotion is slower than you would like. Nevertheless, stick with what you have and see if you can bring added value to your company or organization.
If you don’t have a job, you could consider setting something up on your own. As a Scorpio you have the stamina and ability to go it alone. The new Moon on August 1st is the perfect time to begin.
If that doesn’t appeal then don’t be reluctant to seek help with your job search. A Leo friend might have some ideas that are actually workable.
Family & friends
Your health looks good this year, aside from your usual tendency to work too hard or exhaust yourself. Pay attention to that in April. That’s a good month for a few days at home, alone, with a good book and your phone turned off!
Family matters are smoothing out a little. The worry over one person has lifted. You still need to keep an eye on them but it seems that circumstances are improving or, at least, becoming clearer.
If you’d like to move home you could get a nice surprise or offer in February or after.
Don’t neglect your mates. The late Bank Holiday in August is a brilliant time to meet up or get away.
Despite your sign’s reputation for being sexy, naughty and intense, the reality is that once you find someone you adore, you are loyal and value commitment. This year there may be a few waves that rock your emotional boat but it’s nothing you can’t handle. The two of you have to remember that you are individuals and that you can nurture your relationship by doing more of your ‘own thing’ at times.
March, May and July look like the most romantic months of your year and that’s the time to plan a holiday pour deux!
Single Scorpios are likely to meet someone. This person will not be your usual type and, frankly, once you get used to the idea, that should be a relief!