I’m one of those people who cringe when someone at my workplace mentions “team building” because those words are often associated with stupid games that almost always waste my time. Wow! What a Capricorn thing to say!
Anyway, Venus enters my eleventh house tomorrow not long after the aspects I discussed yesterday start to separate. I suppose I’ll be a lot more agreeable as a result. “Café Astrology” describes the twenty-five day period I’m about to enter as follows:
“Forming harmonious, warm social friendships, possibly related to group activities within a club, can figure now. You may meet someone through such group activities; consequently, your interests will be shared. Whether or not you do, the bottom line is that sharing interests with someone is what makes you happy during this cycle. Venus here enlivens your friendships and group associations with charm and grace. You are more peace-loving than usual and slightly detached on a personal level. If a romance were to begin during this time frame, it would be characterized by a strong feeling of camaraderie, but it could also be rather impersonal and perhaps lacking in depth and intimacy.”
I’d be happy to be happier at my job. Trying to keep up with the volume of work I have to do has been tough since I returned to my workplace about five weeks ago. It’s also been tough watching people around me not trying nearly hard enough to keep up. Some of them have time to socialize because I’ve bought and paid for their time off with my hard work. Again, I’m a Capricorn, so that’s my lot in life a lot of the time.
But all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. I’d be happy if my workload lightened enough to allow me to enjoy the lighter mood to which my forecast alludes. Venus is my ruling planet, so I usually feel its influence quite acutely. For that reason, I’m optimistic about this shift in the stars. Mars will follow Venus into my eleventh house in a few days from now, and hopefully I’ll be able to devote more energy to “camaraderie” as a result. Either that or I’ll punch the first person who suggests that we participate in a fucking team-building exercise.
I guess I’ll find out soon enough. Stay tuned . . .