Taurus Mom Horoscope: March 5 – March 11
If you’ve been waiting for the perfect time to make your mark on the world, Taurus, how about now? On Tuesday of this week, your ruling planet, beautifying and harmonizing Venus, moves into your sign, joining lucky Jupiter. For the next few weeks, getting what you want is pretty much just a question of whether or not you’re willing to ask for it; in other words, take a chance and see what’s possible! Schedule a meeting with that important mover and shaker in your industry, make that pitch to a new client, or voice that opinion at the school board or PTA meeting. If you’re a single mom, maybe it’s time to reenter the dating world…as the great thinker Hiller once said, “If not now, when?” Give your personal style a revamp while you’re at it: hit the salon for some highlights, get a makeup lesson from the ladies at the mall, or maybe just add a trendy new fashion statement to your wardrobe (pleats, please!).
With Jupiter and Venus dancing together in your sign now, it’s important that you prioritize your dreams and passions—and with the help of the community you’ve assembled around yourself, you should have all the support and love you need to turn those hopeful imaginings into reality. Talk to fellow moms, your colleagues, and your family about your ideas, and be open to honest (and even constructively critical) feedback. Who knows? The people around you could uncover a few untapped resources that you hadn’t yet considered.
Thursday’s full moon in Virgo sheds some serious light on your fifth house of romance and creativity, making that haircut from earlier in the week (not to mention that glam lipstick purchase) ever so important. Let yourself shine, Taurus, and show the world how beautiful you AND your personality are. Have you been putting all your creative efforts towards an artistic project of some kind, or working to add more creative outlets to your children’s lives? This full moon is the culmination of six month of diligence, so don’t be surprised if you’re taking curtain calls (or rising to your feet shouting “encore!”) by the end of the workweek.