Libra Mom Horoscope: October 8 – October 14
Order and organization may seem elusive but they are possible, Libra momma. Keeping on top of the million and one details necessary to keep your children’s lives running smoothly is a full-time job, often not leaving you with time for much else. As taskmaster Saturn left your sign last Friday after three years (whew!), the structured planet now moves into your grounded second house. You’ll now have the mojo to set up systems at home that will keep you organized and feeling more in control. If you need to navigate through toys, books, and baby supplies when moving from room to room, launch a major de-cluttering mission. Start with the well-trafficked areas of your home. Do your little ones play with all the toys they have? If not, pack some of them up for donation or give them to families you know could use them. Donate clothing that no longer fits or is out of style. Keep on top of your schedule and store your appointments in one central place. Your brood definitely keeps you on your toes, but be prepared, Libra mama, because things are about to get even busier. Upgrade your favorite digital device to keep your to-do’s, agenda, and contacts as streamlined as possible. You’d also be wise to see where in your schedule you can reduce multi-tasking. Ensure that you block off kid-free time to devote to important tasks, so you know you’ve done them well. A Neptune-Saturn trine urges you to pay more attention to self-care. Have you reverted to an old vice as a way to self-soothe from the stress of Mommyhood? Don’t beat yourself up over it, Libra. Instead, reach out to a professional who can gently support you in making healthier choices for yourself, perhaps a naturopath, therapist, or personal trainer. When it comes to romance, Saturn’s three-year cycle wants you to stop and smell the roses. For single mamas, it’s about getting in the game and taking it slow. Attached Libras are likely yearning more affection from their partners. Don’t save all the physical contact for when the kids are bed. Snuggling on the sofa or holding hands can go a long way. And besides, expressing your love for your partner in front of the kids teaches them about a sweet side of love.