Scorpio Mom Horoscope: March 26 – April 1
Finding a babysitter for Saturday night is always iffy…but a Monday night? Jackpot! Thanks to the position of the moon, Venus, and Jupiter in your seventh house of committed relationships, Scorpio, Monday night is the best night of the week for making a move on a special someone…whether it’s your current significant other or a crush with that potential. And don’t be afraid to be direct the show! Grab the reins and take charge—especially if it’s been awhile since you focused on anything besides being a mom and making ends meet (yours truly is guilty as charged). Have you and your significant other been at odds with one another as of late, or have the normal stressors of being parents, breadwinners, and homemakers made you forget what brought you together in the first place? Let your feelings out into the open and allow your partner to share what’s happening in his mind as well. This planetary meet-up could usher in more honesty than you two are used to, so prepare yourself accordingly.
Another aspect of the planets to take note of this week, Scorpio: planet of communication Mercury is retrograde (backward) until April 4, and from now until then, it’s making its way through your fifth house of passion. While Venus and Jupiter ease some of Mercury retrograde’s penchant for miscommunication at the first half of the week, from now until April 4, watch what you say and how you say it. Without even intending to do so, you might rub your honey the wrong way. The best part about Mercury retrograde is that it gives us the opportunity to revisit the past: if you love to do arts and crafts projects with your kids, dig out their work from the past few months and put it on display…and then invite friends and neighbors for a gallery opening! Dig out some old recipes to feature at the dinner table. Chances are, your kids will love tasting their mom’s favorite recipes from when she was a kid.
A final word on this week’s planetary movement: mid-week, take care to strut your stuff, especially at the workplace. Your boss, your colleagues, and even your most loyal clients may not be aware of your hard work, no matter how obvious it is to you. Speak up! Discussing what you bring to the table is a great way to bring up that promotion you’ve been gunning for, or maybe it’s the foot in the door for that new position. Shyness won’t get you where you want to go, mama.