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The surprise factor can spice up your love life today, Libra. With a meetup between the moon and unpredictable Uranus in your relationship sector, someone well outside your “type” could make you weak in the knees. Tune out the peanut gallery, and see where it leads. Coupled? Catch your honey off guard, and do something out of the ordinary. Breaking routine can reignite those sizzling sparks. A word to the wise: don’t send that naughty picture to your sweetie during an important business meeting. Choose your moment thoughtfully, so no one feels compromised.
A casual connection could morph into something serious before the day is out. This shift comes courtesy of the moon moving out of your laid-back seventh house into your intense intimacy sector this afternoon. Whether it’s monogamy, pooling funds, or an exclusive contract, be crystal clear on what you really want for your future before you start issuing demands. While you might just be seeking a little security, reflect as to whether it’s the right time to make such requests. Before you make an impetuous move, check in with a grounded confidant to get an objective opinion.
And you’re b-a-a-a-ck! After a four-month hibernation in your “home sweet home” sector, your celestial ruler Venus grooves into your passionate fifth house until April 5. Set aside the Snuggie and dust off your red-soled Louboutins, Libra. Get yourself glam-worthy again and watch your confidence levels soar—something that your admirers aren’t able to resist. The next month will be a fertile one, perfect for babymaking or giving birth to a creative project. The latter may even lead to seeing your name in lights.
As the 12-steppers say, you’re only as sick as your secrets. Of course, you have every right to keep things private, but it is necessary to carry this emotional weight alone? We think not. Reach out to a few confidants who can provide a little perspective. Besides, when you get out of your head and spit it out, it won’t seem like such a big deal anymore. If you need to take ownership of something, your friends can help you figure out how to fess up without launching a full-blown drama. Speak your truth, Libra, but hold off for a few more days before coming clean.
When horizon-expanding Jupiter entered your career zone last June 25 you followed the “go big or go home” rule of thumb. But your lofty goals may have stalled in November when the fanciful planet began a four-month retrograde. Today, it’s all systems go again as Jupiter powers forward, but you’re in even better shape now. This low-key four-month period gave you the opportunity to gain invaluable insight regarding your next steps. Go on, Libra, take that gamble. There are no guarantees in life, but if it will cause you to grow on some level, the risk is worth it.
Shoot from the hip on Saturday, but don’t use razor-sharp daggers to do it. On Saturday, a quarter moon in your truth-telling ninth house urges you to deliver your message using a balanced approach. Translation: do not hit “send” after scribing an inflammatory email and run the risk of CC-ing the entire company. What you have to say is of great value, Libra, but if you want anyone to really hear you, turn down the volume on the righteousness and rage. Suffering from a case of the blues? With the ninth house also governing travel, a weekend getaway could work wonders. At the very least, escape for the day—even just a change of scenery will lift your spirits. Come Sunday, you’ll feel a surge of motivation to tackle a larger goal—one that keeps getting shuffled to the backburner. Instead of obsessing over the bells and whistles, focus on the nuts and bolts first. Heads up: a less-than-diplomatic fella in your world could offer an unsolicited critique of your progress so far, insisting that minimalism is the way to go. While your first instinct may be to tell him to mind his own business, set aside your ego and take his feedback seriously. He just may be on to something.