Sagittarius Mom Horoscope: January 30 – February 5
Mothers, unite! This Friday, thanks to Neptune's move into its home sign Pisces, your fourth house of all things domestic, all signs point towards a 14-year mommy revolution for you, Sagittarius.
Been thinking about expanding your family or adopting a pet? Both are possible now, as well as a changed perspective regarding what it means to be a mother AND a powerful individual in your own right. Be on the lookout for ways to indulge your inner domestic goddess energy into your everyday activities: if a Mommy and Me group doesn't already exist in your community, start one, join a YMCA or your local swim/tennis club, or participate in community service ventures that help moms and families that are the victims of domestic violence.
While you're a traveler at heart, Sag, the urge to put down roots will arise now more than ever before. Volunteer at your children's school, get memberships to local spiritual and cultural organizations, and put your all into making your home the haven that it should be. If you don't already have "a room of your own," create a space that's yours and only yours: no toys and none of your partner’s paper scraps and spare change, Sagittarius...this corner of your home should be wholly an expression of YOU. "Owning" your individuality within your household could create the clearing for a home business as well, so keep your ear to the ground for opportunities to create a cottage industry, such as your own Etsy shop or a consulting biz.
This week, it could be difficult to balance your craving for fun and social activities with the sheer amount of work or family responsibilities currently crowding your plate. No matter how challenging it might be, carve out time for romance and play in your busy schedule. Everyone's busy these days, but it's up to YOU to stand up to that ever-expanding to-do list. Make time for romance at all costs: hire a babysitter and head out to dinner with your honey, and if you're single, dress up in your sexy best and go out with your girlfriends. Even better? Host a dinner party chez vous that your kids can participate in: involve them in creating a menu, the cooking, and in choosing the parlor games. Hello, monthly tradition?