Taurus native, you're feeling confident as you move at a steady pace. But there are some twists and turns in the road toward the end of the week.
The week begins on Monday, February 1, with the sun in Aquarius, in your house of career, making a square to Mars in your own sign of Taurus. It's like putting rocket fuel in a Honda—you can blaze through mundane work projects with ease. And this comes at the perfect time, as you are noticed by your supervisor. This is also a good time to work on your own business, to focus on how you can become more self-reliant. This is not necessarily a cabin in the woods built by your own two hands, but it's not out of the realm of possibilities.
The week continues, and on Thursday, February 4, Venus in Aquarius makes a semi-square to Neptune in Pisces. An acquaintance of yours may be leading you down the wrong road. This is not out of malice. This person is just on a different path than you are. And you want to be a true and loyal friend, so you might be going along, but this doesn't really lead to your success.
Venus moves to conjunct Saturn on Friday, February 5, and now the pile of work on your desk is likely taller than you are. There's no leaving early today. The better use for this energy is to create systems to streamline your work and make you more efficient. Spreadsheet macros and organized filing systems are good for you now. Working hard might impress the boss.
The week comes to an end on Saturday, February 6, with a pair of aspects starting with the sun in Aquarius making a trine to the North Node in your house of money. On the same day, Venus makes a square to Uranus in Taurus in your house of confidence. Today, luck is with you, like ordering a coffee and finding out that it's free. You may receive a note from someone you admire, telling you what a good job you're doing. At home, your family and your partner are throwing their support behind you. You could have so many people championing you. You might consider running for office. This is to remind you that you do have support in your life when it counts. So, consider taking bigger risks in your career.