Scorpio Mom Horoscope: February 6 – February 12
The fog lifts around your long-term goals and dreams this week, Scorpio, thanks to the full moon in your tenth house of ambition and success on Tuesday. You might suddenly realize your purpose in life, or even have a "eureka" moment about how to climb higher and faster up that career ladder. Have you been hard at work on a professional project or a personal endeavor of some kind? Things could finally start coming together at the beginning of the week, the perfect reward for months of working those fingers to the bone.
Also on Tuesday, Venus moves into your sixth house of health and organization, ushering in a wave of positive energy towards the sometimes not-so-fun tasks of diet and exercise. Pick up some new cookbooks (ones that use healthy ingredients and responsible cooking practices, of course), and start mixing up your family's meals! Nix the sugary cereals from the breakfast menu and have steel-cut oats and fresh fruit instead. No time to cook dinner after work or carpool duty? Invest in a slow cooker that does all the hard work, leaving you to run around taking care of business.
Also, make sure you're setting a good example for your kids in terms of body-image, Scorpio - do you often stand in front of the mirror criticizing your hair, your clothes, or your weight? Put an end to this NOW...and not just for the sake of yourself, but for the sake of your children; remember, little pitchers have big ears. The last thing you want to overhear your daughter saying to her friend is, "I need to lose ten pounds, and then I'll be hot" - it's time for both you and her to love the bodies you're in.
On Friday, orderly Saturn turns retrograde (backwards) in Libra, your twelfth house of healing and closure. From now until June 25, you may have periods of depression or moments in which you feel incredibly overwhelmed. Don't let your emotions start steering the ship, Scorpio: get help from a professional or talk to close friends and family about what you're going through. Are you still mourning a loss from your past? It's time to stop sweeping your grief aside—address the source, not the symptoms. Dig deep: even though you know it's time to forgive and move on, there's something holding you back from doing so. During these next months, do the work necessary to jump that hurdle.