March will be a major turning point of the year for three major planets will change signs. Mars will move to Cancer (after seven months in Gemini), Saturn will move to Pisces (after spending nearly three years in Aquarius), and Pluto will briefly move to Aquarius (after 15 years in Capricorn) to return more permanently to Aquarius in 2024 and stay for 20 years. In May, Jupiter will change signs too (after being a year in Aries). There is plenty of planetary traffic in the heavens!
If you only read one of my forecasts this year, please read this one. It’s all good news—life that seemed to bring all the same old situations without any change will now bring new conditions and a chance to dissolve former problems. Opportunities will sprout up in places where there were none for much too long. Indeed, the changes the planets will bring will be outstandingly welcome. In your forecast, I will show you how the move of each planet to a new sign will affect you. Always be sure to read for your Sun sign and rising sign (if you know it) for the most complete report. There are so many beautiful aspects that will shine like diamonds in this lovely month of March.
Keep in mind that Mercury will retrograde next month from April 21 to May 14, so while you have a strong, productive month in March, use it to your advantage. Move projects along with a sense of purpose.
If you are reading my forecasts on your iPhone or Android browser, you are not getting the best experience that you could be getting on my app. My apps are seamless navigation and are ironclad secure.
I have two apps, one called “Astrology Zone Horoscopes,” which includes daily horoscopes and my uncut monthly forecasts. There is a free version and a paid subscription for $4.99 a month, a little over a dollar a week, and it will give you so much more information than the free one. In the premium edition you will never see advertising.
My newest app, called “Moonlight Phases,” adds more information, completely different from my classic app mentioned above. You will use Moonlight Phases every day too, because that app will tell you when the moon is void of course. The moon can go void for a certain amount of time several times, randomly, during the week. You want to AVOID a void moon, for your actions will come to nothing if you schedule things during a void moon. Moonlight Phases is $7.99 (a one-time purchase) that gives you advice for every day, 365 days a year, until the year 2050. If you touch the world “void” on the screen, all kind of information comes up—try it. You will never see advertising on Moonlight Phases either.
I am amazed at how quickly you have embraced my apps. Thank you. You are helping me keep AstrologyZone.com free for one and all.
For my Astrology Zone Horoscopes app, I have two versions, free and paid subscription ($4.99 a month, a little over a dollar a week). The paid subscription is far more detailed, with long daily ‘scopes for every day, and you can read for every sign with easy access. You will also get pages of key dates with forecast explanations, along with all my essays, including compatibility articles that can be used for romance or any relationship, such as with your boss—just take out the romantic references.
I have GPS built into both apps (but just on the premier version of Astrology Zone Horoscopes) so you will always get the correct forecast for your time zone. When you travel, the GPS will re-align the information I give you to the city you are visiting. If you have an Apple Watch, you can read a shortened forecast on your Watch—just ask the kind helpers at the Apple store to show you how.
Apple lets us do a few more creative things than on Android. One example is that on the Apple iPhone, we have a Read to Me feature that you can choose from Settings, and you can even choose the voice you like best.
To get the most from my apps, whether on Apple or Google operating systems, be sure to turn on notifications. For Moonlight Phases, it will tell you when the moon has changed signs in your location and whether the moon is void or not. On Astrology Zone Horoscopes, I will occasionally alert you to special days.
To find my apps, the easiest way is to simply search “Susan Miller.” Always look for my photo in the app store display screen on the Apple App Store or Google Play—there are plenty of people out there trying to confuse you and pretend to be me.
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About Mailing Costs for the Calendars
I have been getting a number of questions from readers wondering why the shipping costs are high on my calendars. Readers seem to be wondering if I’m making money on the postage. The answer is no, we are not. Fuel is high these days, and I am charging what the carriers charge me. Yes, it is true that internationally, the carrier costs can be more than the cost of the calendar. I did not raise the price of the calendar this year, even though my costs are up, as I am trying to keep the calendar affordable to all ($26.00 plus shipping and any applicable sales tax, only in New York State).
We do not use the least expensive USPS “Media Mail” because it would take a month for the calendar to get to you—there is a time quality to a calendar—and besides, there is no available tracking. It’s also the least reliable service.
We have to send the calendars in heavy white cardboard envelopes, which we have tested, and we’ve found that they protect the calendar so that you receive it in pristine condition. If you should ever find that your calendar did not arrive in fine condition, please take a picture of it on your smart phone and send it to us at [email protected]. We will make sure you get another one.
If you weigh your calendar at the post office, or at FedEx, for example, it is just slightly under one pound, which is rounded up to one pound by the carrier. I use very heavy archival paper and cover stock, and it is exquisitely beautiful. The calendar is made completely in the United States from the writing (all mine), editing, fact checking, printing, and fulfillment (both of the latter are done outside Philadelphia). We do not sell through Amazon, as I feel I would have to raise the price of the calendar to afford to give Amazon a fair share. The only place to obtain my calendar is here, on Astrologyzone.com (you cannot order the calendar through my app).
The part you may not know is that I pay any VAT that should come up on your shipment. FedEx pays it for me, and I quickly pay them. The costs for that VAT are high. For example, in Brazil, when I sent one to my editor of Claudia magazine, the VAT was $56.00 for one calendar. When I sent several calendars to Beijing, the shipping tax was $106.00. I do not pass any of these fees to you, I cover it. If you are ever asked to pay it might mean that the fulfillment company made an error, so write to us at [email protected]. So far, we have not seen any errors.
Here’s where I will let you in on a little secret: My staff and I had a discussion about whether to offer United States Post Office as an option. My staff said the readers want the option because the shipping costs are lower. I replied, but the tracking is not nearly as good, and we have problems about 10 percent of the time, especially with international orders. My staff persisted, so I let my team have their way, as they were the voice for you, my dear reader. You can decide—I vote for FedEx because it is the gold standard—we have no problem with their packages, and their tracking is superb. UPS comes in second behind FedEx, but FedEx has a slightly better record. If it were up to me, I would remove the USPS option, but it is there for you if you would like to try it. There are fewer problems within the United State Postal Service within the US—it is on international that we get more letters from you.
My calendar is predictive—many of you were surprised to see that I forecast what the day will be like for everyone, no matter what sign they happen to be. I print my calendar so that you can plan you entire year at a glance. The artwork by Izak Zenou, a French artist, is simply stunning. I want you to always be happy when you look up at your calendar, and his work certainly does that!
Enjoy March, dear reader—it’s sensational, and April will be even better. Lots of changes are in the wind, and most will be welcome and benefit you in new ways.