Aquarius | Horoscope Expert


Jan 20 – Feb 18

Impulse and impetuousness are right at the very top of your sign's list of qualities. At the moment, however, you'll be dealing with the ups and downs of those traits in the department of finances. Your mission is to rein in your own tendencies toward impulsive overspending, to take back the charge cards or joint checking accounts, if necessary, and to refuse to be parted from your money by anyone who's a little too good at talking you out of it.

Starting off the week with some big business moves may not be wise – save any deal-making for later in the week. Right now, it's more about being cautious and not taking things at face value. As the week moves on, you'll feel a growing closeness to one of your newer friends. Use your increasing confidence to meet new people and be more outgoing in situations where you are usually shy. Your career is your priority at the end of the week, when some deep feelings about ambition could set the stage for that big talk with your boss.

Your thoughts run wild during the conjunction between clever Mercury and unconventional Uranus, your ruler, on May 13, putting additional electricity in your everyday interactions. You’re already a very social person, and this transit takes meetups to an exciting level. There are always risks when you indulge in impulsive behavior, but you’re much more of an “I’d rather regret something I did than something I didn’t do” kind of person.

Driven Mars barges into your airy sign on the sixteenth, causing some uneven energy and frustration. Angry outbursts come from out of nowhere and may surprise even you as you make a scene over something you aren’t sure you even care very much about. Use your trademark unconventional methods to get to the heart of what’s really bothering you, Aquarius, before your erratic behavior causes real problems.

You find it extremely difficult to ignore worldwide problems like hunger and the environment during the Jupiter-Neptune trine on May 25, and social justice becomes your own personal cause. People may question your effectiveness, but if you didn’t think that one person could make a difference, you wouldn’t be out there championing your cause. It’s enough to believe in yourself.