Aries Mom Horoscope: March 19 – March 25
Happy birthday, Aries moms! The sun moves into your sign on Tuesday, and it's time to make waves. What's on your spring to-do list, and how are you going to make it happen? Yes, the past month may have been all about finishing up projects, dealing with old emotional baggage, and finally healing from past heartbreak or old wounds, but now it’s time to move powerfully into the future. How about an early birthday present of a style makeover? Pay a visit to your hairstylist for a new and improved 'do and finally use that gift certificate for a facial you've been sitting on since your last birthday. And get active, Aries! Find ways to exercise as a family: take your bikes in for a tune-up so that Saturday morning bike rides become a spring reality, join a gym that offers free babysitting and activities for the kids, and maybe even sign yourself up for the neighborhood tennis league. Are your kids not yet involved in organized sports, or they haven't yet found something that they love to participate in? Encourage them to try something new...you never know what might stick!
In terms of your professional life, Aries, seize opportunities for new projects and responsibilities, and if you've got a great idea, don't be afraid to go for it. Moms looking to get back in the workforce or start up a side business to earn some extra cash should flip through your contact lists and start making phone calls. Schedule informational interviews with industry movers and shakers, and maybe even ask the babysitter to stay an extra hour while you meet a potential business partner for a quick cup of coffee at a local cafe.
This week gets a double-dose of Aries energy from the Aries new moon on Friday, which connects with unpredictable Uranus and Mercury (now in a retrograde phase). Stay tuned for sudden of flashes of inspiration, and maybe even a few "Eureka!" moments (perhaps thanks to some treasures on the blogosphere), and on the down side, some too-risky moves or freakish flashes of that Aries temper. Be careful not to lose your cool with your kiddies or your husband, especially if you're about to lay into them with some less than constructive criticism. You catch more flies with honey than with vinegar, remember.