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There are two stories this month, as is often the case but even more so as one year comes to an end and as we prepare for a brand new year just around the corner. On the one hand, you have the ordinary planetary activity that happens at this time of year, which is dictated by the seasonal impact that the Sun, Mercury and Venus have. On the other hand, you have the fact that Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion is wrapping up what has been a stop/start visit to your work sector before returning to your relationship sector on 29th December. This is something you are already preparing for at the start of the month, with Neptune's direct turn in your relationship sector on 2nd December. This is the point when you can look to the future and with Mars not only in your communication sector until 13th December but starting the month at a friendly aspect to Neptune, start preparing for Jupiter's return and the impact this will have on 2022. Meanwhile, the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of December in your home and family sector, shining the solar spotlight on all things close to home. It is an eclipsing New Moon here on 4th December that makes this a good time for new beginnings and as a total solar eclipse, this will create a lot more momentum. While the Sun will leave on 22nd December and Mercury on 14th December, Mars' return on 13th December will keep the momentum going. It is then that the Sun and Mercury will join Venus in a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart, long after she should have moved on. It was in the early days of November that Venus returned for what should have been a 24 day visit but instead of leaving began to slow down. It is a retrograde turn on 19th December that will keep Venus here until March, giving the Sun and other planets time to catch up. While Jupiter's final four weeks in your work sector could be the busiest, this will ensure life doesn't become all work and no play.