Virgo Mom Horoscope: October 22 – October 28
Wondertwin powers, activate! Thanks to the sun launching a monthlong tour of Scorpio and your third house of dynamic duos, you could find yourself craving a collaborator. You may be used flying solo when it comes to keeping things running smoothly on the home front, Virgo mama, but pairing up with another on a project can be especially energizing. Your combined creativity will motivate you to dust off projects you’ve shelved in lieu of Mommy duties. Do yourself a favor, and up your childcare hours this week to give you the space necessary to nurture this developing partnership. You might even join forces with an old friend or sibling. Motherhood can sometimes be isolating, especially if you’re on mat leave or a stay-at-home mom, but his monthlong cycle is all about connecting with like minds. Fortunately, you won’t have to look far to find new friends. There’s just one catch though. This week, the sun meets up with serious Saturn, prodding you to make meaningful connections, and we’re not talking about the air-kissing kind. You get what you give, Virgo, so that means keeping it real. If you’re having one of those days, (you know, the kind where you wondered why the $#&! you became a mother in the first place sort of day), don’t be afraid to express your frustration. You’ll be able to separate the wheat from the chaff, when the quality peeps emerge at your side sympathizing with what you’re going through. Heads up: longer commutes are a distinct possibility this week. You’re going to need some extra shut-eye, and possibly more childcare, so call up the sitter and/or relatives for the extra set of hands or two. If you drive, get a tune-up or better yet, opt for public transportation or carpooling. It’s less stressful and will finally give you time to read that novel, chill out to some tunes, or watching a flick on your iPad. On Sunday, romantic Venus departs Virgo and into Libra and your grounded second house. This cycle will help you suss out who’s really worth investing your precious time into, as you’ll only be interested in moving forward with someone who has potential for a future with you and your kids. If you’re in a relationship, schedule “date night” during the day, so you can spend it out in the great outdoors. A stroll along the coast, a picnic in the park, or a snuggly hayride brings a light and fresh energy to your pairing.