Scorpio Mom Horoscope: April 23 – April 29
When there's something you want, Scorpio, woe to anyone who gets in your way! This week, thanks to the harmonious conjunction of the Taurus Sun and Mars in your eleventh house, the universe is pushing you to moderate both your tone and your process when it comes to achieving your goals. In other words, give 'em a little sugar! If not, you may end up winning the battle…but losing the war. Whether you're trying to get your children to study for those final exams or your husband to spend more time with the kids, you're not going to get far with nagging, arguing, and pushing, pushing, pushing until they do your bidding. Pull back a bit, and sweeten your requests with compromise. Waiting for them to suddenly realize the wisdom of your ways? Dream on, Scorpio. The ball's in your court now, and it's up to you to extend the olive branch and turn these relationships around.
You'll probably have quite a busy social schedule this week, mama Scorpio, and it could be hard to find the time to respond to every phone call, email, or text message that arrives in your inbox. Instead of scheduling meetings every thirty minutes with anyone and everyone, contact that BFF you've been too busy to see for weeks or that potential professional connection that could prove lucrative to your career. Give yourself enough time to really connect—nix those thirty-minute meetings for two-hour long lunches.
Single Scorpion moms, love could come your way now, and Prince Charming may take the shape of someone you already have a platonic relationship with. Are you ready to take this relationship to the next level? Or, take a chance and join a new organization or group—the cutie sitting next to you at the curriculum committee meeting or pulling weeds next to you and your kids in the community garden cleanup event could be a love connection! If you're already happily coupled, focus your energies now on being your lover's best friend. Do some fun activities, tell each other jokes, and change the subject when things get too serious. As for the weekend, keep those lines of communication open between you and the ones you love. Plan some fun activities around the 'hood (an outdoor concert, perhaps, or a stroll through your city's botanical gardens), and have some great conversations as a family. When's the last time you had a family meeting, anyways?