The energy this week shifts ever more so to getting us back on track of our regular routines. The calendar may still indicate summer, but our realities could be preparing for, or being immersed in, our everyday ‘normal’ world.
This is a week when we may feel betwixt and between. We might have the sense that summer is drawing to a close and the time is approaching for us to get back on the track of our regular routine.
This week is the first full week of August, and a week when we are seeking to squeeze out as much summertime fun as we possibly can.
This August seems to have us with one foot into summertime fun activities and the other foot into preparation for the routine year ahead whether we are heading back to school or getting back on the track of our daily obligations.
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As we begin this week, people might be feeling on edge, being hypercritical, finding fault and playing the blame game.
This week we might consider skipping out on our responsibilities in search of recreational pursuits and good times.
This week is a dynamic week of energy shifts and changes, which can put a smile on our face and renew our confidence and optimism in looking at our days ahead.
This July is accentuated by good times with good friends and a major energy shift which may well increase our confidence and optimism as Jupiter mid-month begins its year transit of Leo.
Hallelujah! This week ends the three-week Mercury retrograde cycle. What a Mercury retrograde this one has been!
This week is the first full week of the Summer season, and we seem to be in high gear with liabilities towards mishaps in the middle of the week.
This Summer brings out the adventurer is all of us as we look to expand beyond our normal circumstances and engage thrilling scenarios even to the point of risky behavior.
In tune with this week’s changing of the seasons from Spring to Summer, we could be considering the wide variety of changes and possible new interests we may wish to incorporate into our daily lives.
Much can be operating below the surface this week, percolating, ready to break loose. This is the first full week of this month’s three-week Mercury retrograde cycle and Murphy’s Law of ‘whatever can go wrong could go wrong’ is in effect.
This is a week for us to get as much done as humanly possible, for this is the last week before the three-week Mercury retrograde, which starts on this coming Saturday and ends on the 1st of July.
This June can be largely enjoyable except for occasional explosive blow-ups. Communications and relationships may be a fine line between pleasantries and discord and can shift from the former to the latter in a nanosecond with no recognizable cause.
This week can be another pleasant springtime week, a time of fixing up the homestead and even fixing up ourselves with a personal makeover. It’s Spring and we’re likely to be feeling in ourselves the renaissance that the season offers.
We could feel as though we have gained a second wind this week. Our physical energy may be increased, and we might be looking at spreading our wings. While we might be in something of an upbeat attitude, we just have to avoid spreading ourselves too thin.