Cancer Mom Horoscope: October 29 – November 4
Motherhood can be a lonely job sometimes, but it will make this week’s shared victory that much sweeter. On Monday, a full moon lights up your eleventh house of teamwork, bringing a six-month collaborative undertaking to an important milestone. Although the accomplishment is significant, do you see room for further growth as a member of this group? Are they moving in a direction that jibes with your vision and values? If you feel guilty for wanting to head in a different direction, don’t make it worse by continuing on with them because you think it’s the right thing to do. Your time outside of your role as a mother is important for your sense of self, Cancer mama. Spend it honoring your desires, and say your goodbyes gracefully. Make a point of getting involved with new groups of people in activities that pique your interest. You might be drawn to a particular humanitarian cause or community project. Check out upcoming events over the next two weeks, and schedule in the sitter for at least a couple of them. You’ll liable to click with new connections in no time. If you have been working on an online venture, share your brainchild with the world under Monday’s full moon. Even if your website, Mommy blog, or Esty store isn’t quite where you want it to be, launch the beta version. It’ll motivate you to keep working on it, instead of letting the kids’ needs overshadow your personal projects. The cosmos also shine a light on your routines when Mercury moves into Sagittarius, your sixth house of organization and healthy habits on Monday. You’ll be motivated to overhaul how you take care of yourself and your brood, from learning more about nutrition to taking a workshop on time management. This self-improvement cycle lasts until November 14, so seize those moments of inspiration to make positive changes. Just be realistic with your goal-setting. Mercury moves retrograde on November 6 potentially throwing a wrench into your plans. Before you send the kids off to the grandparents so you can remodel all the bedrooms, scale back, Crab. Tackle projects you can finish in a short period of time. Come Halloween evening, the moon settles in your sleepy twelfth house, making kids hopped up on sugar the last thing you want to deal with. If you don’t want miss out on the Trick-or-Treating memories, at least call in for backup, especially if you have more than one munchkin to manage.