Taurus Mom Horoscope: October 1 – October 7
Camera, lights, romance! Your ruling planet Venus moves into Virgo, your passionate fifth house this Wednesday until October 28, kick-starting your love life. If you’re part of a couple but the fire’s gone out, it just means you need to step up your game and put your sweetie higher on the priority list. Screaming children, dirty diapers, and daycare bills certainly aren’t aphrodisiacs, so you need to create kid-free time together to bring back the lighter energy of the early days. The fifth house is also all about glamming it up: slink into your LBD (or splurge on a new one!) and hit the town with your boo like you used to. Single and looking, Taurus mama? By all means, spruce up your dating profile with new pix, but face-to-face encounters fare much better during this cycle. Bypass your regular hangouts. Instead, attend an upscale single’s mixer or let your friends play matchmaker. (Tip: Tell the babysitter you’ll be later than usual on date night, so you’ll have no reason to rush home and potentially miss out on a love connection.) Whether attached or on your own, you’ll be especially fertile over the next month. If you’re not looking to expand your brood at the moment, double protect.
On Saturday, the cosmos maintain the focus on your relationships as Saturn starts a three-year tour of Scorpio, your partnership sign. You’re not a big fan of fleeting affairs to begin with, Bull. Well, Saturn will only strengthen your desire for someone who’s willing to commit to you and your babes for the long haul. If you’re knee-deep in a deadend romance, Saturn gives you the mojo to break the bond. This week, Jupiter also turns retrograde in your second house of money until January 30, 2013, making you work harder at keeping the cash flowing in. The last thing you need is more pressure, but rest assured Taurus momma, your perseverance will pay off in spades. Reconnect with old colleagues, especially if you’ve been out of the game as a stay-at-home mom. Schedule in some extra sitter hours to catch up over coffee or lunch. The conversation could open the door to an exciting new opportunity.