Libra Mom Horoscope: March 19 – March 25
As the sun moves into Aries and your seventh house of partnerships this Tuesday, look for your closest ties to become illuminated now, Libra. The next thirty days are all about togetherness, whether that's with your close friends, your children, your spouse, or even your colleagues and business partners. Look around—whom do you want to get closer to? Privilege quality over quantity. While we know you want to bounce from one meet-up to the next (nothing makes a Libra feel better than a packed social schedule), the people that you love want YOU, and if you're worrying about how you're going to make it to next appointment less than thirty minutes late...well, let's just say that you won't be present and at your best. When's the last time you spent a whole morning with your daughter, playing hooky from school or work, or had a candlelit dinner for two with your hubby? Make it happen.
If your current social scene doesn't get you fired up and inspired, bring some new peeps into your life: make small talk at the playground, attend parties and networking events, and get more involved in your community. While you shouldn't necessarily sign, seal, and deliver on any committed partnerships (whether for business or pleasure) until after Mercury turns direct on April 4, it wouldn't hurt to start talking about them, Libra! Discuss your passions and dreams with the people around you, and be on the lookout for kindred spirits (especially the boldest among them) for future membership in Team Libra. Careful not to judge on first impressions alone, as you could miss out on someone with incredible potential; indeed, his or her maverick-like qualities could be a perfect fit for you and your project.
On Friday, the new moon in your seventh house brings a double-whammy of Aries star power from the universe, especially since it connects with unpredictable Uranus and Mercury (in retrograde until April 4). Your relationships could see some fiery action on or near this day, so do your best to keep drama at a minimum. Instead of having it out with your kids about bedtimes, or why they can't go to so-and-so's sleepover on a school night (seriously?), declare a truce and cease all discussions on the subject until next week. Do something fun together as a family (perhaps even something physical to burn off excess energy), and give everyone some space away from the issue. You could get a last-minute invite from a friend this weekend, or your significant other could whisk you off on a romantic date...oh la la!