Cast aside your preconceptions of a certain coworker to hear what they have to say about an issue close to your heart. You might be surprised at how much insight they really have. Don't be so quick to judge people on superficial information.
AquariusJan 20 – Feb 18
You're not much of a joiner (you rebel, you!), but at the beginning of this week, find those who share your values and you'll feel a sense of community. An infusion of energy is waiting – and singletons might just hook up with an interesting individual. Some buried emotions may surface around Thursday, perhaps prompted by old patterns. Be ready with positivity and a plan to process it. You're always in a class by yourself, and this weekend's no exception: Your individuality has a special, sexy sparkle. You're extra-popular with the people who count – and perhaps one person in particular.
A Mercury-Neptune conjunction on April 2 brings an intuitive energy to your love-related communication. If you get a “feeling” about someone you’ve only been communicating with online and haven’t yet met in person, go with it.
When expansive Jupiter goes retrograde on the tenth, you might not be feeling as optimistic about a budding romantic situation as you have been recently. When you’re not so sure about “meant to be,” it’s easy to be disappointed.
Communicative Mercury joins forces with confident Aries on April 16, so you don’t have a problem making conversation with or asking out complete strangers. You do it so quickly you (or they) probably didn’t even have time to think about it. The element of surprise works in your favor!
The sun enters traditional Taurus on the twentieth, so for the next month, you value people who can offer you security and predictability. There’s no reason to apologize for what your friends might consider a “bland” date choice. There’s nothing wrong with playing it safe.
Saturn loves to put limits on you, but when it goes retrograde on April 29 you might feel some of those restrictions ease just a bit, but not a whole lot. Focusing won’t be easy, but at least you’ll feel like more things are possible.