Gemini Mom Horoscope: February 27 – March 4
You could have a case of the Monday morning blues, Gemini…you know, when you hit the snooze button three times and wish your hubby knew how to braid your daughter’s hair so that you didn’t have to? Blame it on the moon’s placement in Taurus, your sleepy twelfth house. Instead of trying to start something new right now, focus on dotting your i’s and crossing your t’s. At the beginning of this week, some new information could come to light on a project you’re currently working on, or you may uncover some new sources of information that provide invaluable assistance. It’s okay so sit back and observe: you don’t always have to be the most outspoken member of school board or your team at work, especially if you’re in information-gathering mode.
On Thursday, the moon moves into Gemini, and you’ll be more in your element. Now’s the time to put your message out into the world, or maybe even to take a chance on something that you’ve never tried. Don’t be afraid to stand out from the crowd, either: nix those jeggings in favor of a tailored pant suit, and maybe even splurge on some highlights at the hair salon. Someone from your past could come back into your life this week, perhaps a person that you may have been avoiding—let go of whatever tension had arisen between you and this special person, Gemini, and allow his or her supportive energy back into your life.
This weekend, not only does the moon move into your communicative third house, but your ruling planet Mercury, planet of self-expression, begins a month-long visit to your eleventh house of group activity; in other words, you’re ready to connect with the world! Start sharing your thoughts (not to mention photos of your kids!) via Twitter and Instagram, or register for an online course in a subject area you’re interested in exploring. Whether your kids are home-schooled or not, bring more educational opportunities into your home or head out into your local town or city: visit local museums and libraries, or work with their teachers to create some at-home enrichment projects. Make time for yourself as well—spend time with people that inspire and motivate you, and maybe even join a club or a community group.