I found this photo on a online article titled “9 Things You Should Never Do on a Job Interview.” I haven’t read it yet, but I’m sure it’s going to suggest that you should never wear light-colored pants with black shoes, as this picture clearly indicates.
Anyway, I sent off my resume a moment ago for a new position my employer has created. I’m a shoo-in for the job because I’m already doing it, and I have the blessing of the entire management team behind me already. Nevertheless, I’ve already drawn up a chart to ensure that the stars are on my side during the group interview that is scheduled eleven days from now.
Thankfully, there is really NOTHING going on in my horoscope that day. It’s one of the those rare instances that makes me believe that I’ve got no outside influences — positive or negative — that will affect my behavior. I’m just as worried about showing up with a smug attitude that says that I’ve already got the job as I am concerned about having an interview on a star-crossed day. I’m the sort of person who interprets a favorable aspect between Venus and Jupiter casting light on my chart as a reason to go to the casino. I don’t need encouragement from the planets to be reckless and/or ridiculously self-assured.
In the meantime, I’m going to keep doing what I’m doing because the universe has been pointing me in this direction for quite some time. Venus is currently within a degree of my MC, making this a power-play day for me and the perfect time to make my plea about why I deserve more money for a job I’m mostly doing already.
I would say “Wish me luck!”, but even the stars don’t seem to believe that I need it. Everything is going my way . . .