Leo Mom Horoscope: March 19 – March 25
The sun moves into your ninth house on Tuesday, mama Leo, so prepare yourself to see the world! Even if physical travel isn't possible now (especially from an emotional standpoint...screaming babies, terrifying toddlers, angsty teenagers), find ways to make your world bigger on a smaller scale: take a class, listen to inspiring audio books or pick up some great non-fiction reads, or participate in activities of a more cross-cultural flavor. The more you expose yourself to, the better! However, if travel is a possibility, escape the scheduling snafus and mischievous mishaps of Mercury retrograde, and wait until April 4 to pack those suitcases. Look for alternative vacations that aren't just all about lying in the sun and catching up on your beach reads—take a guided tour through a National Park, or visit a big city's beautiful museums and historical spots. Lucky Leo moms with supportive families, leave the kiddies with their dad or their grandparents, and spend some time on YOU: expand your mind at an ashram or take a cooking class in France (we should be so lucky).
If you're a mom who works outside the house, business connections from afar could become part of your everyday routine, and you could find yourself traveling for your career. Not happy with the trajectory of your professional life, Leo? With the sun in your ninth house, there's no better time than now to think like an entrepreneur, especially if you're looking to add a few extra bucks to your family's income. While you may not be in a position to quit your day job or give up being home with the kids, think creatively about ways you can create a side business. Think: importing/exporting, publishing, travel, or something educational or advice-driven.
On Friday, an Aries new moon connects with unpredictable Uranus and Mercury in retrograde: channel all that energy into some aerobic exercise! Sign up for a class in African dancing or Zumba, something that gets your blood pumping and the sweat flowing, or maybe even put the kids in the car and take an impromptu camping trip.