Is it time for a crew review? This Tuesday, November 6, transformational Uranus backs up into Aries and your eleventh house of friends, groups, technology and activism.

The side-spinning planet has been buzzing through this part of your chart since March 2011, departing for Taurus this past May 15. But from November 6 to March 6, 2019, Uranus makes one final visit to the Ram’s realm, helping you sort out the real allies from the hangers-on.

Certain recalibrations will be painless and may actually come as a huge relief, while others—having to unfriend a few people or deactivate your membership from a group you once loved—may be more agonizing.

This is also the perfect time (if you haven’t lately) to Google yourself and see what comes up—and what impression the “virtual you” gives off. Update photos, even if you liked your look of six years ago better.

You’ve got to be authentic, Gem! And if you have a professional website, make sure it clearly represents your work. This cycle might finally be the right time to invest in a brand developer or professional coaching.

On the flip side, if you’d like a little more anonymity or could use a few “bonus” hours in your day, create more boundaries around your screen time. See how restful your sleep becomes if use an actual alarm clock instead of your phone—and keep communication devices OUT of the bedroom, so friends can’t text you at all hours of the night.

It might be time to literally tell the nocturnal chatters that you’re keeping different hours! If you’ve been hovering on the periphery of a group that feels like home, you may finally commit to becoming a card-carrying member before next March 6.

Your wellness rituals—or lack thereof—come into focus this Wednesday as the annual new moon in Scorpio activates your salubrious sixth house. Consider this a self-care wakeup call, especially if you’ve been slipping into seasonal lethargy or have been eating leftover Halloween candy for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

If you live in a cool climate, swap kale Caesars for roasted veggies, butternut squash soup or other healthy delights that will warm you from the inside out. New work opportunities could crop up within days of Wednesday.

Greet this good luck with preparedness! Polish up your online profiles so anyone searching your name can see your professionalism at a glance. Make sure your resume, LinkedIn, or any presentation materials are up to date. You might be asked to pitch or interview at a moment’s notice! Good thing your garrulous sign has a gift for charming on your feet.

Starting this Thursday, there’s a major sea change on your personal emotion ocean as auspicious, expansive Jupiter sails into Sagittarius and your seventh house of committed partnerships until December 2, 2019.

The bold planet hasn’t been here since January 2009, and your twosome-oriented sign will welcome this love revolution. For the coming year-plus, you’ll be caught up in a major cycle of emotional growth, and regardless of your current status, you could set off for a “happily ever after” destination.

The best part? With indie-spirited Jupiter helming this operative, you can write the rules of engagement to suit your tastes. If you’re a Gem who needs freedom to flirt no matter your status or would like things to be a little more “open,” you might attract a partner who is aligned with that.

Or if you wish to travel often with friends (or by yourself), you may find someone who has zero desire to fence you in. That said, this thirteen-month cycle could bring some epic couples’ journeys for attached Twins, perhaps ones involving workshops or a shared spiritual quest.

Look for new ways to co-create and connect that blend your interests—and don’t be surprised if your joint efforts evolve into a side hustle…or more! Single Gems should review your dating style.

Have you been unconsciously limiting your success by only pursuing (or letting yourself be pursued by) a specific type? Throw away the rulebook, especially if it hasn’t been winning you games.

Jupiter can’t help but widen your horizons and loosen your self-imposed restriction. And with the added confidence the red-spotted planet bestows, you may feel empowered to make the first move or allow yourself to be more open and accessible from the get-go.

As the zodiac’s global ambassador, Jupiter could inspire a love connection with a fascinating person from a different cultural background or a long-distance affair.