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Venus' departure from Libra late last month finally brought all planetary activity in your sign to an end, allowing you to fully embrace the journey that this new solar year will take you on. However, this has also had other positive implications and especially on the relationship front. Venus was the only planet to clash with Mars, during his longest visit to your relationship sector in 32 years but she was the last. With so much focus on your relationships this year and especially since Mars' return in June, the planets moving through Libra have had to push back, battling to maintain a balance between your personal and relationship needs. Venus' departure doesn't mean that Mars has won or that it has now become all about your relationships and less about you, for this has left you with a sense of what you want from your relationships and what they need from you that has empowered both. Venus has now turned her attention onto making the final weeks of 2020 as lucrative as possible. Until leaving your income sector on 16th December Venus is working closely with Neptune, in his first full month in direct motion in your work sector to make the closing weeks of this year as opportune as possible on the income and job fronts. It is just a day after Venus leaves and turns her attention onto giving your heart and your relationships a voice that a major sea change begins. It is on 17th December that Saturn will leave your home and family sector, where he has been since 2017 and just three days later that he is followed by Jupiter, who has been here since December. With the Sun and Mercury returning the next day, home and family matters will still be well supported by they will no longer be the dominant force. Instead, Jupiter and Saturn's return to a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart is not just changing the focus and dynamics of this year but of life itself.