Gemini Mom Horoscope: August 20 – August 26
Summon your domestic diva, Gemini mama. With the Virgo sun cozying up in your fourth house of family, home is the only place you’ll want to be. Of course, your brood always takes top spot, but over the next 30 days you’ll be uber-motivated to spend as much quality time with your nearest and dearest as you can. You may also be inspired to go on a redecorating mission, but be sure you don’t spread yourself too thin by taking on too many projects at once. Focus on the space that gets the most traffic to create a vibe that is inviting yet also practical. Draw on your creative skills to devise functional solutions that minimize the continual clutter that the kids perpetually generate. Have you been thinking of uprooting your crew to a new locale? It’s the perfect time to launch your search. A word of warning: the current solar energy brings out your conservative side, so although those properties in the countryside may seem appealing now, you’ll be crawling out of your skin if you don’t have easy access to wide variety of stimulating activities for you and your babes. On the financial front, revamp your spending habits to accommodate for your long-term savings goals. Have you set up a college fund? What about a tax-free investment plan for each of your kids? No matter what income bracket you fall under, it’s never too early to start prepping for their future. On Thursday, go-getter Mars blasts into transformational Scorpio and your sixth house of health until October 6, pushing you to take better care of your bod. Establishing a fitness routine and a more balanced diet can be a challenge, especially when you can barely get your own kids to finish their veggies, but this Mars cycle could fire you up to do a 180. Aim for moderation, Gemini. Instead of signing up for daily spinning classes, block off time to exercise two to three times a week. If you’re going to give your eating habits an overhaul, invest in a naturopath or a nutritionist to start you off on the right foot. Your professional life also gets a major boost. The most effective way to impress the higher-ups is to be a team player instead of fighting for the top spot. Tip: Apply the same advice you give your little ones—it’s all about cooperation, not competition.