Scorpio Mom Horoscope: May 21 – May 27
Whoa, Nelly! A solar eclipse this past Sunday in Gemini, your magnetic eighth house, will turn you into a hotter commodity than you already are, Scorpio moms. Don't be surprised if you have a waiting list a mile long for a coffee or lunch date, or if a sudden invitation to connect with a VIP arrives in your inbox. Your eighth house also rules regeneration, so this week could provide you with the opportunity to mix things up a bit when it comes to what's on the inside: whether it's dealing with some deep issues of fear and resentment that date from long ago, or exploring new pathways towards more intimacy with the ones you love, accept this invitation from the universe to rise up like a phoenix from the ashes and begin anew.
Thanks to the Sun's recent movement into Gemini, you'll have plenty of opportunities over the next four weeks to take your relationships (especially the one with yourself) a few levels deeper. Let's start by bringing sexy back with a vengeance, mama Scorpios! When's the last time you tried to woo yourself? Hang those mom jeans back in the closet, throw out those stretched out cotton granny-underpants, and start this Gemini Sun phase off right with a wardrobe refresh: wear things that make you feel put-together, yet fun-loving, and show off your body's curves while sweating out your stress at a dance class or burlesque workshop.
Since you became a mom, have you neglected some of your passions? Get back in the habit of doing the things that make your soul sing, whether that's kicking off a new chapter of your yoga practice, taking a class in web design, or meeting up with your fellow moms once a week to talk books and movies.
The next four weeks are also the perfect time to make some headway on some shared financial investments that you and your hubby have created for your family. Set aside some time in both of your busy schedules (maybe even drop the kids off at Grandma's), and start sweating the details. Not sure of the best financial path for your future? Speak to a recommended financial planner and get the 411 on the best route—he or she will help you put together an investment portfolio that works for you and your family's needs. If your kids are old enough to have college on the radar screen, and you're willing to spill the beans about you and your S.O.'s financial situation with them, why not involve them in financial planning? Nailing down that summer job or saving their earnings for college, not a car, might suddenly become priority numero uno for your kiddies. How's that for a real-life budget lesson (take that, Harvard)?