Don’t stop looking, is my advice. Also, a little job on side can grow like the seeds in Jack in the Beanstalk. For six years I had two jobs, and astrology was like my little baby until it grew. So keep looking for full time work, but try your hand at being an entrepreneur.
Uranus is in Aries starting in March, for the spirit to go out there and make it happen. For example, I have a friend in medical sales and I tell him to get out there and do it. Go have lunch with people, show you’re available, keep listening to street talk, read industry journals and so on.
If you look at it with astrology in mind, he’s a planet spinning by himself. Something happens when he talks to another little planet.Crown of Stars
In February, March and April, we have a stellium, or “crown of stars,” beginning in Aquarius. Then that crown of stars moves in Pisces and Aries, following each other like little partygoers, in that timeframe.
I like these stelliums. They are speaking to us very clearly, saying, this is where the opportunity lies for you.On the Seesaw with Saturn
In April, Jupiter Aries is conjunct the Sun, and on the 3rd, Saturn will be opposing the Sun Aries. All this with a Mercury retrograde too. Aries catches fire easily and jumps in with both feet – that’s what we love about Aries! They’re great leaders and know how to create the dream team, but get bored with details.
This Saturn opposition to Aries planets will stabilize things like a seesaw. It’s a counterbalance to the reckless or overoptimistic moments with all this Aries energy. Aries might say, let’s all jump in the pool! And Saturn is there to say, “maybe it’s not deep enough, maybe you should dip your toe in the water to find out.” So you see, it’s not such a bad thing having Saturn there.