Taurus Mom Horoscope: October 22 – October 28
Put away your cape, Supermom—the cosmos are calling for a dynamic duo to git-er-done. On Monday, the sun blasts into Scorpio and your seventh house of relationships for the next thirty days, urging you to share the workload. Motherhood may have turned you into a master juggler, Taurus mama, but you’re burning yourself out. Perhaps you’ve been biting your tongue or doing more than your fair share so as not to rock the boat. The name of the game this week is cooperation and compromise. If you co-parent, remember that you are a team, not Wonder Woman. Avoid generating resentment in the long run, and speak up, Bull. Whether it’s with your life partner on the home front or a colleague in the paid work world, ask for help and redistribute the duties. Disciplinarian Saturn is also in Scorpio, directing you to establish and nourish unions with reliable and responsible people. Fledging relationships could also blossom into something more serious this week. Think: wedding bells, sharing a lease, opening a joint bank account. Coupled or single, let your inner child out to play this weekend and suss out a grown-up Halloween bash to attend. If you’re looking for love, take off your Mommy chapeau and let your hair down. Playing dress-up allows you to attract potential prospects your way. The sun-Saturn meetup helps keep you grounded instead of being whisked away by a romantic delusion. Tuck away the rose-colored glasses for the next month and only pursue genuine connections, instead of trying to mold the person into being The One. On Sunday, your ruling planet, harmony-lovin’ Venus grooves into Libra and your sixth house of well-being. Most of the time you’re busy taking care of your brood’s needs, but you need to incorporate regular rejuvenating sessions for yourself to keep you on your best game. Whether it’s Shiatsu treatments, aromatherapy soaks, or a mani-pedi, schedule in childcare to make it happen. Are you getting enough zzz’s? If you’re lacking sleep (which you probably are) call on your supports to watch the crew, while you honor your body with the recovery time it needs.