This is a week when the more adaptable you can be, the better you'll fare! Mercury enters pragmatic Capricorn on December 24, when serious conversations yield the most results. Be ready to make changes on a moment's notice, though, when Mars opposes Uranus on December 25! When the Sun conjuncts Mercury on December 28, you'll receive important information -- although it may not be what you expected to hear, since both the Sun and Mercury square unpredictable Uranus on December 29!
December 24: Mercury enters Capricorn
As the communication planet leaves outspoken Sagittarius and enters ambitious Capricorn, you're ready to stop exploring all your options and commit to a plan. Make a point to seek out those who've already accomplished what you hope to achieve. Talk to them about where you want to commit your resources and which projects you want to take on. These experienced contacts can give you valuable advice and connect you with others who may be able to help you!
December 25: Mars opposes Uranus
The action planet, Mars, connects to the Uranus-Pluto square, first via this encounter with rebellious Uranus. (Mars will square Pluto next week.) Be prepared to make changes to some of your carefully laid plans, and don't act impulsively -- and certainly don't freak out -- if at first you don't get your way! If you're able to remain calm and use your common sense, you'll be able to make any necessary adjustments with minimal fuss.
December 28: The Sun conjuncts Mercury
December 29: The Sun and Mercury square Uranus
On November 1, retrograde Mercury and the Sun formed a conjunction, offering information you were unable to put to use at that time. Now Mercury is direct and meets the Sun once again, signaling a time to reap the benefits of all your conversations and contacts over the last two months, although you'll need to keep in mind the volatile nature of both the Sun's and Mercury's contact to unpredictable Uranus. Stability is not a concept that's in the cards right now, but keep your eyes and ears open for new ideas and interesting people all the same. And if the deck keeps getting reshuffled, hold off on making any important decisions!