Taurus Mom Horoscope: May 21 – May 27
Money seems to be tight for everyone these days, but with this past Sunday's Gemini solar eclipse in your second house of work and money, you could have a sudden influx of cash this week, Taurus mamas. Plus, the Sun's now in Gemini for the next month...how's that for some major planetary mojo? Don't look any gift horses in the mouth: if an opportunity to add a little do-re-mi to your bank account arrives, make your move. While you may not have a chance to read all the fine print, chance are, this is an opportunity too good to pass up. Been looking for an additional source of income or a new gig? Finding something that's in line with your passions is tough, Taurus, but now you'll know that it's not impossible—the universe WANTS you to find your life's work, and it might just arrive now.
Because your second house also rules daily routines, this is a great time to think about some new ways to streamline your schedule. Plan dinners with your significant other ahead of time—thereby preventing the "What's for dinner?" conversation—and create a weekly chore schedule for everyone in the family. You're usually pretty fastidious with keeping the house in order, but this will be a great way to teach your kids some great habits...and remind them they have to EARN their allowance, not just expect it.
Careful of that inner self-critic this week, Taurus mamas—with so much on your plate, it's easy to forget just how powerful you are. Instead of focusing on the areas in which you've made missteps, think instead of where you want to end up...at the top, right? This is a great week to start a morning practice of positive affirmations or ten-minute meditation sessions. Make sure your personal game is impeccable now, and encourage the people in your life—especially your kids—to live up to their highest potential. Focus on your divine sensuality, too: is it time to take those scratchy flannel sheets off the marriage bed and replace them with something satiny? Don't be afraid to take things up a notch now, especially your food, your clothing, and even your home decor. While you may drop a few extra bucks at the grocery store for your favorite cheese or your son's favorite gluten-free cookies, the pleasure you'll get from these treats will be well worth the brief monetary sacrifice.