Aquarius Mom Horoscope: March 26 – April 1
Surround yourself with the women you love this week, Aquarius, especially on Monday. The moon, Venus, and Jupiter join forces in your fourth house of feminine and domestic energy, and you’re in the mood to get cozy with your fellow Mama Bears. Invite over some friends and prepare a week’s worth of dinners for the freezer—and while you’re cooking, give and receive some supportive words of wisdom. If you’re in the mood to escape those the confines of chez Aquarius, meet up with some great new friends at a cozy coffee shop or restaurant and get to know one another a little better. A great way to bond with the women in your life: offer to host a play-date so that someone can hit the gym, or maybe pick up a few groceries for a neighbor who has to work late at the office.
Privilege quality family time now, as well. Make family night a priority in the first half of the week, whether you order in or whip up a three-course meal. It’s not what you eat that’s important, Aquarius, but whom you’re eating with! Find ways to deepen those familial bonds now, and do activities that encourage the members of your fam to relate to each other as a team...instead of a house of disparate individuals. You may also make strides on a renovation project now, but just be sure not to go overboard with your ideas! Focus on one or two design concepts, and hire the best contractor or handyman to get the job done.
Towards mid-week, you might be tempted to play superhero for a friend or family member in need. Here’s the thing, Aquarius—no matter how much your heart may be breaking for this person, be careful not to take on his or her problems as your own. Offer your love and support, and even your words of wisdom, and then pull back. Sometimes, the most important gift you can give someone in need is the gift of trust.
One last thing for this week: planet Mercury is still in retrograde (backward) motion until April 4, and from now until then, it's traveling through your second house of work and finances. Remember that home renovation project we mentioned above? Set a budget for yourself and stick to it—no matter how tempted you might be to "zhush" your abode to the hilt, college doesn’t pay for itself! And for all you moms on the hunt for work, get in touch with former colleagues and old bosses. They might be the source of a killer recommendation or a valuable introduction.