Gemini Mom Horoscope: October 29 – November 4
Change has been a’plenty since expansive Jupiter decamped in your sign on June 11, keeping you busier than you ever thought you could be. Your feet have barely touched the ground in the last four months, leaving next to no opportunity to deal with the emotions that naturally come with endings and beginnings. On Monday, a full moon occupies your twelfth house, nudging you to face your feelings. Scale back your schedge that day, Gemini mama, even if you have to call in for an extra set of hands, in the form of a relative or babysitter. You could be sideswiped by a wave of emotion that leads you to tears. Give yourself the space to cry even if you’re not sure if they’re tears of joy or nostalgia, or a mixture of both. Self-care is important during this healing cycle, and if you’re sleep-deprived, you don’t function at full capacity, making the releasing process even longer. Use your support network to allow you to catch up on your zzz’s. If you haven’t made the time to establish a yoga or meditation practice, pay for a couple week’s worth of classes at a studio with onsite daycare to establish a routine. It will help silence the chatter in that ever-active brain of yours, and get more in touch with the body-mind-soul connection. Also on Monday, your ruling planet Mercury heads into Sagittarius and your seventh house of partnerships until November 14. Both professional and personal pairings are affected, prompting you to reflect on the staying power of some of your important relationships. If you’re single, reserve your energy and efforts for prospects who are also interested in something serious. Coupled? If you’re not sure where you stand, raise the issue. There’s no sense continuing if you’re not on the same page, especially when it comes to raising a family. If you’re in sync, explore your goals together and make new ones. Digging deep into conversation can bring your pairing to the next level. On Halloween, the moon moves into Gemini during the afternoon putting you in a playful headspace for when you get the kids suited up for Trick-or-Treating. You might even be inspired to whip up your own fantastical costume—half the fun will be getting your kids to help.