A surprising new opportunity pops up and lets you rethink your current surroundings. It may turn your schedule upside-down, but if you embrace the change as a means to toss out old habits, you should make serious progress. It's easy to just say you don't have time to think things through, but why not take this chance to prove yourself? Accept freely and see where it takes you -- it might evolve into something life-affirming.
If the person you're smitten with resides in your house, well, lucky you, because on Monday and Tuesday you're not going to feel like going out. (It's a combination of factors, but something going on at work is mostly to blame.) Alas, on Wednesday and Thursday, you and you-know-who aren't communicating well. You can't even agree on the time of day. (Your energies are just off.) You don't start enjoying yourself until Friday, the first day of the week you feel in-tune with your special someone and with other people in general. Saturday is tons of fun, too.
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Has the travel bug bitten you? While the Moon passes though Sagittarius, the itch to travel needs scratching. Sagittarius’ influence also may bring about a feeling of idealism, or a sense of discontinuity, restlessness, desire for sports and adventures, and a love of change and motion. With Sagittarius being ruled by expansive Jupiter, people will be warm and friendly, and likely feel impulsive, whimsical, intuitive, and easily enthusiastic. However, they may also have a strong need for independence and feel unable to endure restrictions. It is a good time for more erudite or academic affairs, for dealing with institutions of learning, or for promoting our ideas through publishing, lecturing, or writing. The Moon in Sagittarius brings a philosophical influence and stimulates our higher aspirations for self-improvement. Sagittarius rules the thighs and the hips.
Suddenly, you get out of your own way, and gain access to an unbiased view of others. This is a rare moment when you can see yourself objectively and become aware of whether or not what you truly want is actually beginning to manifest in your life. Commonly, the Full Moon phase stirs emotion, and this is because when you "see" what is happening, you may become upset if you’re experiencing the "same ole, same ole" -- rather than the things you would like. If the Full Moon phase is a disappointment, on the next New Moon it's time to dream big, and take creative action to realize those dreams.