Aquarius Mom Horoscope: October 29 – November 4
Home is where your heart is, Aquarius mama. Monday’s full moon in Taurus shines its beams on your domestic fourth house. Your babes are always at the top of your priority list but who else is near and dear to your heart in your family or inner circle that you’ve lost touch with? Make extra efforts to get together early in the week. If distance poses a problem, a Skype video chat is the next best thing. If you’re on the lookout for a new locale to raise your kids, the lunar light could shine its beams on a buyer for your current digs and possibly a listing for the home of your dreams. If you’ve been undergoing a home reno project that you launched six months ago, the next two weeks give you the mojo to wrap it up. The fourth house also rules the women in your world, nudging you to get in some bonding time with your BFFs. Even if you love hanging with the other moms on your block and their broods, schedule in a girls’ dinner out sans the little ones. Strained relations with a woman in your life could lead you to snap this week. You’ve been turning a blind eye to her actions, but you’ll be tempted to call her out. Keep your temper under control, Aquarius, or you’re liable to mar your reputation in the process. If you choose to confront her, frame your concerns in a productive way so as not to destroy the relationship. (Tip: Pretend your kids are listening to keep your sharp tongue in check.) Social Mercury moves into your eleventh house of group activity until November 14, urging you to get out and about with like-minded folks. Whether it’s a parent group, sports league, or a humanitarian cause, find a crowd that speaks your lingo. Come Halloween, you might be dreading the mayhem that comes with bringing your babes out for Trick-or-Treating, but by late in the day when the moon moves into your festive fifth house, you’ll be raring to go. Put on a spooky or silly costume equipped with face makeup and impress your kids with your ingenuity. P.S. Arrange to have the sitter come over after the kids are tucked in, and head out with your boo or bestie for some grown-up Halloween fun.