This is a high-energy week for Leo natives. When it comes to practical matters, you are blazing through your list of things to do. Rain or shine you're ready to deliver.
The week begins on Sunday, September 13 with Jupiter, in your house of well-being and routines, now moving forward again. Over the next few weeks, you will see progress from recently established good habits. This could include being committed to daily walks in nature, opportunities for picking out locally grown produce, and connecting with your higher self through mindfulness.
September 14 has the sun in your house of money shining a lovely light on Pluto in your house of work. Whether it's due to getting more hours or a bump up in salary, more money is likely flowing into your accounts. You also have the opportunity to increase income by selling items or working a side job. Additionally, there is more harmony between you and coworkers. For some Leo natives, it's more than icing on the cake, harmony makes for a dessert buffet.
The week continues and on September 15, Venus in your own sign of Leo skirmishes with Uranus at the top of your chart. Today, love can hit you like a bolt of lightning. You may have been in this relationship for a while but suddenly you realize how exciting and special this person truly is. The feeling is mutual as the two of you slip into a harmonious period where romance can really bloom.
The new moon in Virgo, in your house of finances, makes her appearance on September 17. At the same time, the sun and moon together dazzle Saturn in Capricorn. Today, others have a new respect and admiration for the systems you have in place for getting things done. You have been honing, delegating, streamlining, and eliminating the excess. You may be asked to teach others how to be so productive or how to use a productivity application you're familiar with.
Toward the end of the week, Mercury, in your house of communication, feuds with Neptune, in your house of resources from others. Today, you may be ready to sign a contract when you discover an error. A significant typo or an omission is possible. An addendum may be unclear. This requires some communication and perhaps some negotiation, but it doesn't need to be World War III. Point out the mistake and let others do their job.