Leo Mom Horoscope: September 17 – September 23
Three, two, one… slow down. Since April 10, power planet Pluto has been traveling retrograde, causing you to amp up your Superwoman complex. As much as you’d like to be everything to everyone (including Mom extraordinaire), it just ain’t good for you, Lion. This Monday, Pluto rouses from its five-month nap in your healthy routine sector, making it easier for you to find your feet and breathe again. You’ve already got more than enough on your plate with your mommy duties, so lighten your load and extract yourself from at least one responsibility that is stretching you too thin. As Pluto powers forward, the cosmos give you permission to be more discerning when it comes to sharing your precious time with others. If you happened to add yoga or Pilates to your long list of to-do’s while Pluto was retrograde, that’s one activity that needs to stay on your priority list. If you haven’t been able to squeeze it into your harried schedule, now’s the time to make it work. Investigate studios that have on-site daycare, or buddy up with another mom friend to keep you motivated and on track. Just as you do everything in your power to prevent your babes from getting ill, you need to apply the same logic to yourself, Leo mama. Think prevention. Ample H20 and sleep are fundamental. If midnight feedings or dealing with back-to-school colds are robbing you of your rest, call on your supports to cover for you while you take a much-needed siesta or two this week. Heads up: on Wednesday, a rare square between Pluto and Uranus will demand flexibility. Despite your best-laid plans, someone could throw you for a loop forcing you to think on your feet. No sense getting yourself worked up over something beyond your control. Set aside your irritation, and devise a Plan B. It might work out even better than your original plan of action. On Saturday, the sun slides into Libra and your third house of communication until October 23. Let your voice be heard, whether it’s asking for more help around the house, journaling through your frustrations and emotions, or even launching your very own Mommy blog, podcast, or vlog.