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Whether at work or with anything that keeps you busy and occupies your time, October is likely to be a busy but also productive month. While the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of October in your work sector, the difference this year is that you also have Mars here until 31st October. Mars is a planet of action and while he is here, life can become busy but you can also get a lot done. Mars doesn't like to rest and that can lead to putting in long hours and failing to read the signs that signal that it is time to take a break. Fortunately, with Mercury in retrograde motion here until 19th October he has one foot on the brake while Mars has his on the gas. It is during Mercury's final days in retrograde motion that the tide will start to turn on the career front, starting with Saturn's direct turn in your career sector on 11th October and Jupiter's a week later on 18th October. With Mercury turning direct on 19th October, this will see the brakes that have been on this professional year one by one release, something that will unleash Mars' need for speed and give this professional year the green light. Coincidently, this comes just as the dwarf planet Ceres' retrograde turn in your income sector on 9th October will open the doors to the past, second chances and untapped income potential. Meanwhile, Venus continues to race ahead of the other planets, with a chance to update your desires and expectations in order to give the planets following in her footsteps. This is something you are benefiting from now on the work front, even though Venus left your work sector last month. Venus will start the month in your relationship sector and while she will leave on 8th October, this will give the Sun when he returns on 23rd October and Mars on 31st October something to work towards. It is then that Venus will do the same on the financial front, which will have an impact on the final months of this financial year.