Career Horoscope for leo
This is a month where there is a need to front load things, putting all your time, energy and resources into the early days of the month knowing that you can pull back later. In the same way that more strain is put on a plane's engines during take off than at any other time during the flight, the early days of march can be seen in the same way. The month not only begins with Mars in the final days of an eight week visit to your career sector but coming out of a friendly aspect to Pluto in the final days of February. Mars and Pluto are the planets of war and revolution and with Pluto in your work sector for the rest of the year, these brother planets have just given each other the boost each needed. Mars got the boost he needed to add even more fuel to your professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit, knowing that while the Sun, Mercury and Venus will all return to your career sector next month, he has to leave you with enough momentum for the rest of this professional year. At the same time, Pluto got the boost that he needed, knowing that once Mars leaves he is the only planet that will keep the momentum on the job front going for the rest of the year. {ads_delimiter}Pluto is in your work sector until 2024 so is playing a long game, which is what work and job matters will revert to when Mars leaves. Mars won't leave your career sector empty but like Pluto, Uranus who is here until 2026 is playing a long game. Pluto and Uranus are outer planets and if something takes years to evolve, then that's how long it takes. Mars wants it to happen now and his friendly aspect to Pluto late last month has swept him up in his urgency. This is why there is a need to put everything you have into everything you do, in the first four days of the month. After that, you can start pacing yourself as you switch to a long game. The Moon's visit to your work sector from 7th March to 9th March and to the career sector from 16th March to 19th March will not only be a chance to check in but there could be unexpected developments.