Capricorn Mom Horoscope: August 27 – September 2
Tired of doing it all on your own, Capricorn mama? Fear not, the cosmos bring relief this week as Friday’s full moon illuminates your third house of dynamic duos. This certain someone may not be the one to put dinner on the table and tuck the kids into bed, but this person can be a potent partner in advancing your work goals or personal projects. If you’ve had a platonic partnership in the making over the last six months, the perfect set of circumstances could arise in which to channel your combined genius. Alternatively, someone who shares your high-octane chutzpah and exceptional work ethic could emerge as a key collaborator in your world. A particular project demands your attention this week, which means you’ll need help on the home front. Be it your life partner, a relative, or the neighborhood sitter, find folks to keep tabs on your babes while you hole yourself away in your home office to git-er-done. During the first half of the week, be prepared to stand up for what you believe in. Your instincts are spot-on when it comes to a specific issue. The challenge is to pitch your stance to others in a way that puts their fears to rest, so you can bring them over to your side. Remember, Cap, it’s not about being right, but rather about building alliances. On Friday, socially-minded Mercury blasts into your exploratory ninth house through September 16, possibly giving you an itch to get out of town to celebrate the long weekend. An impromptu family camping adventure or even a cross-country flight with your crew to hang with relatives or friends are all within the realm of possibilities. If getting your brood organized for an out-of-town excursion proves to be too grand a feat to pull off, take full advantage of the family-friendly activities happening throughout the city. If you opt for lunch and a matinee, your babes will be bouncing off the walls looking for an outlet. Be it Frisbee in the park, paddle boating in a man-made lake, or a round or two of mini-putt, staying active will keep you grounded (and sane!) throughout the long weekend.