Libra Mom Horoscope: February 13 – February 19
It's time for some TLC, Libra! Mental Mercury joins forces with Neptune in your sixth house of health and organization on Monday, making this week the perfect time to quite those bad habits for good. Every mom's a working mom, so we get how busy you are...however, you won't be any use to anyone if you stop taking care of that precious body of yours. The best way to get back on track? Hold yourself accountable: start keeping a diary that records not only what you eat, but how you feel, as well as the type and length of exercise you completed throughout the day. Instead of counting calories, keep tabs on your emotional health: did that pint of ice cream make you feel energized the next day or incredibly lethargic? Food for thought, indeed. Download a few apps for your phone or iPad, and maybe even get your kids involved in cooking healthy treats and taking long walks after dinner. If your family's along for the ride, the easier staying fit will be!
Check in with your environment now, too: how chaotic is your desk or your closet, Libra? Are things so all over the place that you dread going to work or getting dressed? Address the mess: head to a stationary or home store to pick up the necessary supplies, and get to work organizing. Spend time with your schedule (and that of your family's) as well: use an online calendar tool, such as Google Calendar, to keep your work and personal schedule, your kids' extracurricular schedules, and their school schedules all in one place. The clearer you are about what's happening tomorrow - or two months from now - the better.
And let's not forget Valentine's Day is this Tuesday, Libra! The moon begins the day in Scorpio, so indulge in a lunchtime medi-pedi or pick up a few fancy-schmancy V-day gifts for your sweetie or your kids. Tonight, the moon moves into social Sagittarius - dress up in your finest and hit the town! Make a date to see a play or a concert, of if you're single, head to a local cultural mecca for an author reading, and bat your eyelashes at the intellectual hotties you might meet. If staying home with the kids is more up your alley for the night, whip out the Scrabble Junior and start a marathon game.