July horoscope for Aries
By the time you enter July, you will have just reached a beautiful and supportive new moon in Cancer, 7 degrees, on June 28 that will affect you in the coming weeks. If you know you have to move, or even if you’re just casually considering a move without an appointment to pack your bags, start browsing the web now, or sign up with a realtor to review real estate. A new moon is always very powerful, and there is only one new moon a year in each of the different houses of your sign to help you achieve your goals in life. This new moon is associated with home and family – the only new moon like this year. It will have an effect for several weeks after it occurs.
If you can wait to move, and don’t feel rushed, you will have a full moon in Cancer on January 6 (different from a new moon in that it ends things). In early January, you may find the best place for you, whether you are renting or buying. Mars will be retrograde at that time though, so push the exact home shutdown if you can until after January 12th.
If you are a charterer and don’t expect to stay more than a few months, it doesn’t matter if you sign when Mars is in retrograde. Sometimes, though, as a friend said to me, “I didn’t think I’d stay, but here it is, it’s been three years now and I haven’t moved.” The pandemic came, and she couldn’t even think of moving during the time when infection rates were high. Life keeps happening, so you may think you’re not moving, but unexpected things may come up. If you feel you will lose the apartment if you don’t sign right away, sign.
This month’s new moon (well, June 28 technically but affecting you this month and weeks after) can help you find a place to move, a contractor to work with for the renovation, workers who know how to do specialized and needed repairs, and ways to update and remodel your home, such as painting a room Or choose new furniture, which is likely to be on sale at this time of year. If you live in the suburbs or the country, you may want to ask a landscape artist to work on your land to design your patio, perennials, or other flowers and shrubs to make your home look beautiful during all seasons.
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