Leo Mom Horoscope: May 21 – May 27
Make it a group effort now, Leo mamas! With this past Sunday's solar eclipse in Gemini, your eleventh house of teamwork and friendship, and the Sun's movement into this part of your chart for the next four weeks, now's all about getting into collaboration with the people around you. You love to rise above the rest, but your ideas will only get better with the input and assistance of other people's inspiration and encouragement. Find folks whose strengths balance your weaknesses.
Thinking about throwing a Memorial Day party for your neighborhood peeps, but can't figure out what the menu should be or what games to have for the kiddies? Delegate! There must be someone in your crew who loves to cook (or who knows a great caterer), not to mention a fun-loving parent who loves to play kickball and organize games of capture the flag. Rally the forces on Team Leo, and give up trying to take care of every little detail.
Your eleventh house also governs technology, so if you're an entrepreneurial mom, focus your energies now on launching a new website or blog, or maybe even reaching out to potential fans and customers via Twitter, Facebook, and creative sites such as Instagram and Pinterest. Hungry to increase your tech skills? Sign up for a class in social networking (if you're new to that game), programming and web design, or a specific app or program, such as Photoshop or Wordpress. Kids are quick to pick up anything having to do with technology, so why not focus their energies in a direction other than video games and all day Facebook marathons? Seek out a summer class where they can use their brain in a creative and tech-conscious way. You could have the next Mark Zuckerberg on your hands, mamas!
Humanitarian efforts are also favored while the Sun is in residence in your eleventh house, Leo, so get out in your community and start making a difference. Whether you channel your talents and energy towards your children's schools, a local soup-kitchen, or on the philanthropic committee of your community board, the time you spend in this activity will benefit not only the less fortunate, but it'll give you and your kids a healthy perspective on how fortunate and privileged you really are.
As for romance, keep things active and fun in your relationship—tennis, anyone?—and if you're a single mom, be on the lookout for eligible bachelors you meet while weeding in the community garden or schmoozing at a networking event.