Gemini Mom Horoscope: March 19 – March 25
Forget the buddy system, Gemini, and invest in the power of teamwork! With the sun's movement into your eleventh house on Tuesday of this week, the next month will be all about finding ways to join forces with like-minded, inspirational, and powerful people in your midst. And while this might mean you have to surrender some control over a particular project or endeavor, doing so will put you in a better position to reach your objective...in other words, it'll all be worth it! Join a fundraising committee at your children's school or your family's place of workshop, spearhead a charity initiative in your community, or head to an industry networking event where you can schmooze with the movers and shakers—and maybe even meet your future business partners. Are there other moms in your community who struggle to find time to balance their professional career, their personal life, and taking care of their kids (um, hello...isn't that every mom?)? Create a support group, complete with play-date calendars, shared baby-sitters, and maybe even an online forum for advice and venting. You are not alone, Gemini, not by any stretch of the imagination!
The eleventh house also rules technology, so if you've got a great idea for a web-based venture, such as a blog, an Etsy store, or a website plugging your goods and services, it's the perfect time to research, develop, and launch your project. And thanks to Friday's Aries new moon, which connects with spontaneous Uranus and technological Mercury (albeit in retrograde), this week is perfect for bold moves and leaps of faith, especially if they're innovative. On the other hand, this particular planetary placement could illuminate some unsavory folks in your inner circle, perhaps friends, colleagues, and kindred spirits who you mistakenly thought you could trust to stand by your side for the long haul. It might be time to face the facts, Gemini: are you better off without these particular individuals getting in the way of your success? Part amicably (if you can), and work to create new relationships.