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This is a month that will always grow on you, getting better as the month progresses. That is because while the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of May in your financial sector, putting the solar spotlight on your financial situation and money matters it will always end the month in an adventurous part of your chart. This is a month that always begins with a more mundane focus on money matters but ends with the focus on adventure, travel, learning and discovery. However, while there is often an overlap between the two, this year it is a lot more extensive and has already begun by the time you even move into the new month. It was just a week earlier that Mars wrapped up a seven week visit to your sector of adventure, travel, learning and discovery, with his passion for adventure having little time to wane before Mercury returns on 4th May. Mercury and Venus will both start the month alongside the Sun in your financial sector, with Mercury's smart head for money giving you a chance to start the month with your head in the game and around money matters. Until she leaves and follows Mercury into an adventurous part of your chart on 9th May, Venus is focused on updating your financial wish list, fuelling your confidence and attracting positive outcomes. Mercury should move through an adventurous part of your chart in 14 to 15 days but instead, a retrograde turn on 30th May will keep him here until July and this couldn't be more significant. Less because of the amount of time you can keep the focus on the more adventurous side of life's fence and more because this can guard against life becoming all work and no play, as this professional year roars back to life in a totally unexpected way. It began with Mars' return to your career sector on 23rd April but the real game changer is Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion's return to your work sector on 14th May. Just as things should be slowing down professionally they are instead firing up, with game changing implications across the job and career fronts.