Pisces Free Daily Career Horoscope

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Pisces - ( 19 Feb - 20 Mar ) Pisces ( 19 Feb - 20 Mar )
TodayFriday - July 30, 2021

As the moon leaves your zodiac sign to grace your solar second house of finances, you’ll have a new opportunity to deeply assess all business money matters, Pisces. As the moon takes nearly one month to complete a full lunar cycle, you have a better chance now and in the day ahead to review your income, expenses, and assets. Check your accounts to make sure you know exactly where all of your money is going. If something is amiss, step up and take the lead. Don’t let anything waste your hard-earned prosperity. Cut out all expenses that are unneeded.

TomorrowSaturday - July 31, 2021

A major astrological blessing has arrived, Pisces. As mighty Mars, the red planet of passion and energy, stands across from you in the sky in your solar seventh house of business partnerships, you will find that you are extremely focused on hustling with someone to achieve major professional milestones. You will fly much further as a team right now—rather than going solo. It’s crucial for you to align with the right associate or collaborator who can take you where you’d like to go. If you still haven’t found the best business partner, now is a time to put yourself out there and meet people!

YesterdayThursday - July 29, 2021

An exciting lucky breakthrough could be right around the corner for you, Pisces. Mighty Mars has been sizzling through your solar sixth house of work projects and responsibilities, making you extremely busy at the job. Today, as he peers across the sky to Jupiter, the planet of miracles in your solar twelfth house, you will likely receive aid from someone who believes your work stands out. A surprise compliment, review, or benefactor will point out how you excel at your job. This may bring a raise or bonus from your management in order to reward you for your previous hard work.

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