The planets have fanned out a little, so we're probably going to lose a little of the intensity that hung over the last week. It'll be a little easier to manage everything in the meantime. Mercury is still retrograde, so those elements might shine through a little more, but you'll see less spillover in the sense that things don't spiral down a path of frustration.
Along with that, we do still have Mars connecting to Uranus, which will keep people's foot on the gas in terms of wanting to make lasting changes to what's going on around them. Mercury can tie in to create some conversations where other people might question your motives or goals at times. You aren't going to want to be challenged, but at the same time, it might be helpful. A lot of these types of conversations won't "feel good" to have, but they might be just what you need to get more in touch with reality.
The flipside of the energy is Jupiter continues to connect with Neptune, which does create in our minds a lot stronger, more thought out dreams to pursue. How we get there and what we end up with remains to be determined. But sometimes you just need the carrot in front of the horse, getting you moving in the right direction. Maybe you're shooting for some far off goal in the distance, but stop at some point beforehand that you find suitable. It's kind of like old settlers heading out west for California in the 1800s, and getting to Colorado and saying, "This is pretty cool here, we'll just set up shop and we don't need to go any further". All in all, it's a pretty good chart, and it's slowly getting a bit better. Best of luck.
The Daily Horoscope for Gemini...
The theme of the current chart is "dream bigger", and you'll look directly at your career as a place you might want to take some steps forward. The first step towards achieving that comes with a capacity to get more accomplished, and this can be an area where you focus your efforts. You'll look at the bigger picture, but still see how smaller details fit together. It's a great time for working on long-standing projects because you're going be able to bring greater perspective into those situations and might see alternative angles to solve problems.